Plans are underway to minister in 2 districts in northwestern Zambia from May 29 through June 10, 2017. Our primary focus will be in the “bush” as we prepare to spend several days in Kasempa, followed by a 3 night open-air crusade in the township of Soweto. In between, our team will evangelize 2 prisons, hold 2 leadership seminars, and minister in several churches.
The past couple of years have witnessed tremendous success and all expectation is that the 2017 venture will be no less spectacular. Outdoor crusades, prison evangelism, pastoral and leadership training, and the supernatural works of the Spirit, head our list of great expectations. God has been faithful to save thousands in recent years and heal even more (the blind, deaf, mute, lame, and many others) and we expect that as we faithfully proclaim the “Kingdom of God” as Jesus directed, so too shall we witness the Spirit’s accompanying wonders.
As an added note, we are currently in prayer and discussion with several African partners regarding mission trips to western Kenya and Uganda. Ethiopia has already been confirmed for 2018, with details to follow.
If you live in the USA and have never been on an IPICM mission trip but would like to be considered for partnership on our upcoming venture, click on the IPICM Mission Trip Application link and print the pdf form. (When the file opens, you may need to press Ctrl + P to open the print box.) After completing the application, either mail it to 3624 Winston Road, Fort Worth, TX 76109, USA, or scan the form and send it via an email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Please note the application is intended for American Christians who desire to travel overseas with IPICM. Applicants must have their own means of financial support. This application is not intended to serve as a request to receive ministry.)
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Nepal Embassy in Washington D.C.
U S Consulate in Kathmandu, Nepal
Malawi Embassy in Washington D.C.
U S Consulate in Lilongwe, Malawi
Zambian Embassy in Washington D.C.
U S Consulate in Lusaka, Zambia
Center for Disease Control
Inoculations (Tarrant County, Texas)
International Calling Instructions
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Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP)
Time & Date
U S Department of State (overseas travel)
World Health Organization
International Partners in Christian Ministry, IPICM