Kamwala Remand Prison Testimonies
Unforgiveness in the heart toward people who hurt us causes us to repeatedly do what was done to us (Romans 2:1). Fatherhood Prison Ministries Zambia (FPMZ) baptized yesterday, 23 March, 2015, 59 inmates in the Kamwala prison of Lusaka.
A Testimony from Banda, Kamwala Remand
Luke 17:15-19: “And one of them, when he saw that he was healed, returned, and with a loud voice glorified God and fell down on his face at Jesus’ feet, giving Him thanks. And he was a Samaritan. So Jesus said: ‘Were there not ten cleaned? But where are the other nine? Did none return to give glory to God except this foreigner?’ Then Jesus said to him: ‘Stand up, go your way; your faith has made you well.’" And so also today few return to say “Thank you.” Here is Banda from Zambia:
Medium Security Prison, Kabwe, Zambia, Central Africa
"Servant of God, I thank God (Jehovah) who caused you to have a heart for prisoners. Prison is a condemned place; only those who feel they can share hardships with inmates can visit prisoners and encourage them with the Word of God."
A Letter from Kabwe Mukobeko Maximum Security Prison
A letter from Kabwe Mukobeko Maximum Security Prison dated 30 March, 2015
"Beloved in the Lord, we are so grateful for the Audio Bible Teachers which have changed and won a lot of souls to Christ. Each time we play the ABTs we feel God speaking to us...
From Kamwala Prison, Zambia
It is a standard process for us to teach inmates about forgiveness for people who have hurt them in their past. Such unforgiveness in the heart causes us to repeatedly do what was done to us (Romans 2:1). FPMZ baptized yesterday, 23 March 2015, 59 inmates in the Kamwala prison of Lusaka...