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Family silhouetteThese Sowers help churches reach their communities more effectively. SOS is a handy acronym for Support of Sowers (staff, not SOWERS the Mission). Gifts for SOS go to front line trainers teaching churches the theory and practice of outdoor evangelism.

Sowers go by invitation of churches that want to reach their communities for Christ more effectively. Sowers have the language, the training and other abilities needed for this work. They have the time too, if partners can release them from working to feed their families. A well-supported family that cannot afford ministry costs achieves little. Therefore an amount to cover these costs is added to personal needs to reach the support figure we pray for.

Would you join us in praying that financial and prayer partners will be found?


John writes, "As a young man growing up in Mwense District in the Luapula Valley, I became involved in all sorts of evil things like, smoking, drinking and adultery. My life was a real mess. Later on I became a fisherman and in 1978, I gave my life to Jesus Christ as my personal Saviour and the Lord called me to serve Him."

I was born in a family of six children and both my parents seemed to be Christians when they were not. When I grew up I used to have bad manners, like stealing things from our home. I used to go from church to church without knowing my position in the Kingdom of God. In 1980 I attended a Conference where the theme was “light and darkness”. The message touched my heart. I was convicted that I was a sinner and needed to be delivered from the power of darkness. At that time I accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and my Saviour. Since then, I am a committed Christian with many responsibilities in His Church.

Seketi writes, "I used to go to church without knowing and understanding what being born again means. One Sunday in 1976, a preacher preached about salvation from Romans 3:23; 10:9-10. I realised that although I went to church, my destination was hell. That is when I gave my life to Jesus Christ."

Puta writes, "I was born in a Christian family and was involved in Sunday School, Youth Group and Church Services. The problem was even though I was doing these things, my behaviour was not good. One day in 1978, in Kashikishi the village where I lived, I started reading the Bible and I discovered that to be a child of God I needed to accept Jesus Christ as my Saviour and Lord - John 1:12. I was touched and kneeled down and prayed for forgiveness. At that point I accepted Jesus as my Saviour and I asked Him into my life. From that time I became a transformed person and I even started doing the work of Evangelism."

Titus writes, "I was a Church goer for many years. My Mum and Dad are both Christians. One Sunday a missionary preached the Gospel of Christ and in his explanation said, "Jesus came to save sinners. Why? Because we are all sinners by birth and come short of the glory of God. Unless one accepts Jesus Christ, he or she will not enter the Kingdom of God". I was convicted that I was a sinner. So I asked the preacher what I needed to do to be saved. He told me to pray a prayer to ask for forgiveness and invite Jesus into my heart. This is what I did and I became a Christian."

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