To spark a passion for the Kingdom of God in young generations through evangelism, education, and sustainability, in such a way that it reverses poverty in Zambia, both physically and spiritually.
The Reality in Africa
of the world's population is in Eastern and Southern Africa
of the world's AIDS cases are in Eastern and Southern Africa
of children in the neighborhood we serve in have lost a parent due to AIDS
The desks that YOU helped us raise money for on GivingTuesday 2019 have been finished and delivered to the school! School has just started up again after a December break, and the children are more than excited to get to use the new desks in this coming year! They are...
One person can’t do everything,
but Together We Can Do Something
What We Are Doing
Learn more about the Christ-centered education we are offering 250 children in poverty who live in a remote village.
House of Noah
Help support the vision to raise up orphaned children in homes with Christian parents. Learn more about the House of Noah and future plans.
Outreach & Discipleship
Partner with us to witness amazing life transformations. Over 800 have come to faith in Christ! Over 300 baptized in the 80 bible study groups meeting in Luanshya! Praise the Father!
Aaron understands the children he loves and serves well because as a 13 years old, his own parents died and he became an orphan. He was passed from one home to another until he became homeless.
Bright was one of the first orphans to graduate from the House of Noah and start a carpentry business. He now is a light in his community and leads others to Christ through his business.
Reaching the Heart of Zambia wants to make a difference in the lives of the children orphaned by AIDS, as well as the children who have a parent suffering with HIV at home. We are serving one soul at a time, loving these children with the love of Jesus Christ by meeting their physical and spiritual needs. We want to teach them about salvation in Christ and disciple them to go and disciple others, creating a change in the culture of Zambia.
In the compound in Luanshya where Aaron Mulenga, a native Zambian, was called to minister 10 years ago, over 90% of the children have lost one or both of their parents to HIV/AIDS. These sweet children are often in the care of a grandparent who can barely afford to feed themselves, let alone an additional mouth to feed. The elderly and children make up most of that community, the most vulnerable of a society. There is much suffering and sin- undernourishment, unemployment, drinking, robbery, prostitution, even murder.
“If we can save the young generation to be lifted to the things of God, the community has changed. The community will never be the same.”
— Aaron Mulenga, Founder