October 10, 2017

"Thanks a Million"

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In 2014, we shared the story of Michael. At the time, he was a grade 12 student at Mwase Day Secondary School in Lundazi, Zambia

"As a result of HIV/AIDS many children are left without parental care. Christian schools are grace-giving schools, and CCAP is putting a priority on serving children who are orphans due to the HIV/AIDS crisis. These children cannot pay their school fees or the cost of their uniforms, and in Christ-centred love CCAP strives to meet the education needs of these students. Michael, an orphan, is a student who has been blessed with scholarship assistance to support him through high school as a CCAP Education Beneficiary, in partnership with EduDeo Ministries. He prays to God for his sponsors to continue with the same spirit, even to others so that the Great Commission can be fulfilled, “Go and Preach into the World….’’ Mark 16:15. His ambition is be a teacher so that he can help others in future - children like him."

Recently, Michael reached out to us through our Facebook page. He continues to work towards his ambition, and says:

"Thanks to the support I received from you when I was in high school at Mwase Day in Lundazi, Zambia, I passed with flying colours. Now I am at the Copperbelt University studying BSc Chemistry Education under government sponsorship. I am really grateful for the support. Thanks a million. Without your help I wouldn't be at this university today."  

We love hearing from students about how their education has changed the course of their entire life. Your support of this quality, Christ-centred educaiton is making a real impact for so many like Michael - thank you!

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