THE Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) under renowned Nigerian prophet T.B Joshua, in partnership with Christ the King Ministry International Church, last weekend donated 12 pockets of cement and K1 million to a Ndola family in whose house a motorist recently plunged.
Last month, a Bank of Zambia (BoZ) employee, Beiton Kunda, who was in the company of a woman, lost control of his Mercedez Benz car and ploughed into a house belonging to Amos Mwaba on Kwacha Road.
Christ the King Ministry International senior pastor, Charles Mumba and other members of his church presented the donation at Mr Mwaba’s residence.
“We are here to feel part of you and to do the work of God because the Bible says if we love God, we are to do His work,” he said.
Pastor Mumba said the accident should not move Mr Mwaba and his family away from God but rather bring them closer to Him because he was feeling the pain they were going through.
The Mirror, a motivational book written by Prophet T.B Joshua and a DVD titled “Discover Your Purpose” were also part of the donation from SCOAN.
Mr Mwaba said he was short for words because of the gesture and thanked SCOAN and Christ the King Ministry International for lending a helping hand.
“I am an admirer of T.B Joshua, I want to thank his ministry for helping us, he should continue with the good work and may God bless,” he said.
He thanked the Times of Zambia for continued coverage, saying it was through the newspaper that the world knew about the accident at his house.
“People as far Manchester looked for my details and called me to wish me well. The coverage in the newspaper is what is making people from outside the country like SCOAN offer support,” he said.
SCOAN, in partnership with Christ the King Ministry International, is engaged in community work in Nkwazi where they donate clothing, foodstuffs and pay school fees for orphaned children.
The project has 150 people as monthly beneficiaries.