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A Peaceful Country in a Troubled Region

We were saddened to hear of the passing of the president of the Republic of Zambia on October 28. President Sata has been described as “a man who loved his family, his country, the vulnerable in society, but most of all, he loved God.” Mourning for the president will last 30 days and elections will be held within the next 90.

We have been so blessed working in Zambia the last 17 years. One remarkable fact about this beautiful country is that there are 72 different tribes within its boundaries and they all get along peacefully!  Even their independence, gained in 1964, was accomplished in an orderly fashion without fighting.  

Won’t you please pray that the next president will be elected peacefully, that he will be a godly man, and that the government of Zambia will continue its commitment to working on behalf of vulnerable children.
Thank you so much.

 

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Our Mission
To demonstrate the Love of Jesus Christ by bringing orphans and abandoned children into secure families, schools, and communities.

Our Purpose

  • Rescuing children who would otherwise die
  • Empowering families to care for their children 
  • Facilitating adoptions when there is no family
  • Working alongside the Zambian people assisting them in caring for their children and rebuilding their nation
  • Helping churches educate children so they may grow up to lead families, communities, and country
  • ACE is not political, dogmatic, denominational, or partisan. We maintain very low costs of operations, exemplary by all standards. We have made significant progress, yet the need is still great.

 

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