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A Resurrection Day Story

“Anyone who belongs to Christ is a new person. The past is forgotten, and everything is new.”  2 Corinthians 5:17 CEV

Five-year-old old Evelyn and her younger brother were living in our rescue homes and their mother was living on the city streets because their father had disappeared. Their situation looked bleak, but the Zambian team continued to pray.  Prayers were dramatically answered when the father to the two children decided to change his life and left the streets.  The first thing he did was find a full time job and rented a two room house.  Then he found the mother of his two children and married her.  After confirming the couple was stable and the home safe, we were able to reunite Evelyn and her brother with their joy filled parents.  For this family, everything has truly become new!



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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