Bwacha

From the Classroom to the Home (Bwacha)

The dream for Shekinah Glory School began with a woman’s vision in 1995. After praying and fasting, Theresa Ng’oma felt certain that God had laid it on her heart to begin a school for the children in her community. After the mines closed, unemployment, poverty, and hopelessness had left little in the way of a […]

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Young Child Suffered From Severe Leg Infection for 7 Years (Bwacha)

While hosting a WOW Christmas Party at Shekinah Glory School, a young boy who was attending the school was brought to our attention. It was clear that this boy was in a terrible state. He was very quiet and did not appear happy despite the festivities of the party. His clothes were dirty and torn […]

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Shekinah Glory School, Bwacha Zambia (Bwacha)

A Bwacha Community Update from Rita Prins, WOW Executive Director. Bwacha is a poor community within Kabwe, Zambia. Many people are struggling. Since the mines have closed in this town, employment has decreased to incredibly low levels. The cost of living has remained the same in the whole of Zambia and so people are finding […]

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Report from Shekinah Glory School (Bwacha)

  Theresa Ng’oma, Founder of Shekinah Glory School recounts how the school began. “In July, 1995 God gave me a burden for prayer and fasting. It was during this period that I received a vision from God of a complex housing a school (preschool up to college level), an orphanage, church, youth centre and Bible […]

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Visionledd’s Richard Brown, Visits Bwacha

Today I visited I visited Shekinah Glory Community School & the coordinator of the school Teresa Ng’oma. I probed her a little more than the last few times I visited and found that she was the impetus for the school. The first time I met her she was running the school in a rundown 2 […]

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