HUB CAMPUSES

LMC-AFRICA IS TRAINING AND DISCIPLING RURAL EVANGELISTS & CHURCH PLANTERS TO GO TO THOSE SEEMINGLY FORGOTTEN CORNERS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA SO AS TO REVEAL THE FATHER’S LOVE AND AFFIRMATION TO THOSE WITHOUT HOPE AND TO OFFER THEM A NEW VISION FOR THE FUTURE [JEREMIAH 29:11]. A FUTURE OF HOPE AND PURPOSE AS WE PARTNER TOGETHER WITH THEM IN THE PROGRESSIVE GROWTH OF HIS KINGDOM.

SOUTHERN AFRICA - Kazungula, ZambiaEAST AFRICA - Lapurua, KenyaWEST AFRICA – Accra, Ghana

SOUTHERN AFRICA – Kazungula, Zambia

The Campus is located just north of the main African north-south truck route (yellow thumbtack on map below). It is near the Zambezi River & at the confluence of (4) nations (borders – yellow lines on map below), Botswana (lower left), Nambia (left center), Zambia (top) & Zimbabwe (lower right)

KAZUNGULA HUB CAMPUS – Designed by Engineering Missions International

Work has begun on LMC-Africa’s 8-acre Southern Africa Hub Campus and Community Outreach Center, located on the north bank of the Zambezi River, approximately 50-miles upriver of the Victoria Falls.

The Campus is strategically located within a few miles of (4) sovereign nations, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia & Zimbabwe, all of which nations can be seen from the water tower on the Campus. The Campus will ultimately contain a Missions Leadership Training School, an Adult Education Program and Job-Skills Training Center, a parochial Elementary School, a Diagnostic Clinic and Medical Dispensary, a large Community Hall & Church, a small Training Farm and a Camp-site for Short-term Missions Teams.

Phase I of the Kazungula, Zambia Campus Development Project is underway.

  • The land has been cleared and fenced.
  • Water has been piped onto the property.
  • Solar power and wood-burning water heaters are installed and solar power refrigeration and lighting hooked up.
  • The campsite safari tents have been erected on concrete pads.
  • The Campus ground managers’ (Dan & Adrie) prefab living quarters established.
  • David & Rozanne’s African home (large furnished Safari tent with bathroom attached) has been set-up.
  • Campsite toilets and showers built
  •  Campsite Kitchen built and equipped.
  • Still to be completed in 2018 is the campsite Dining / Meeting Hall, the connection to the electrical grid and initial campus wiring, the sinking of a water-well on the property, finalization of the Rural Church Planters student tent housing area, and the prep work for a large workshop to be used for Adult Job-skills training programs.

Campsite toilets & showers

Pouring one of the large septic tanks on the property

Dan & Adrie overseeing construction work

Campsite Tents and shower / toilet block

Trenching for water pipes

Basins installed in bathrooms

David & Rozanne’s African home – view from north side

Campsite kitchen and incomplete Dining / Meeting Hall

Vegetable garden

Interior of campsite Safari tent

Campsite wood-burning water heater – ‘the Rocket’

Dan & Adries prefab home with David & Rozanne’s 4-wheel drive diesel Toyota Hilux in the foreground

View of David & Rozanne’s tent from the south side complete with sound-proofing to drown out the noise coming from truck traffic and village dogs & roosters!

Interior of David & Rozanne’s African home – ensuite bathroom in the rear

 

Rozanne’s pride & joy – a real bathtub!

Bishop Felix Mumbi & Missionary / Farmer Rich Monks in front of one of the Safari tents

New storage building

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New bathrooms for Rural Church Planter students campsite

 

New off-road motorcycles for LMC-Africa Evangelists Brian Seleta & Fynn Khondowe 

EAST AFRICA – Lapurua, Kenya

In June 2014, LMC-Africa was ceded approximately 100-acres of land in Leparua, Kenya by the local Samburu tribe. Located adjacent to the Lewa National Park, future plans for the property include a mission station, a church, an LMC-Africa ‘Live School’, a pre-school, an elementary school and eventually high school, an adult training center, a health clinic and an LMC-Africa training farm. Because of poverty, ignorance, malnutrition and poor hygiene in the region, infant mortality rates are high, so Pastor Bonface & Dorcas Saruni (LMC-Africa ‘Live School’ graduates) are proposing the establishment of a day-care and feeding center as their 1st developmental priority.

WEST AFRICA – Accra, Ghana

TO BE ANNOUNCED