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Ntcheu AY Visits Chitungu CBO

Ntcheu Adventist Youth (AY) especially Master Guides and Master Guides (MG) in training on 14th May,2020, visited Chitungu Community Based Organization (CBO) in an Outreach Program which aimed at having a time with Orphans in the area of Group Village Head (GVH) Mastimale.

The initial program was involving all Adventist Youth members but due restrictions which came because of COVID 19 pandemic, only selected members were in attendance.

MG James Phiri took the gathering through the book of Luke reading Chapter 4:18.He emphasized that despite that we lack a lot of things in life,we all still need God in our life.He also said that we should love and help one another.He later quoted Hymn No 124 stressing that God loves us and cares for us all.

He then concluded with a short story of a certain prisoner who was imprisoned for ten years and his wife abandoned him but after serving his sentence,he wrote a letter to his wife asking for forgiveness.He told her to hang a red cloth on a tree near his house as a sign that he has been forgiven, Instead,his wife hanged red pieces of clothes all over the trees to show her total forgiveness.God loves us all and he is doing all He can to make sure that every kindred is served.

Later,five families from five villages who are keeping Orphans within the area received a package each containing 10 kgs of Maize flour,25 tablets of U-fresh Soap,1 Packet of Sugar and assorted pieces of clothes.

In her remarks, GVH Mastimale thanked God for what Ntcheu Adventist Youths have done,she further asked the group to continue organizing such programs so as to help the needy.

Thirteen Master Guides and Associate Master Guides in training attended the event.

Reported by Victor Mangwalala


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