In the summer of 1999, a team of missionaries from Antioch Bible Church in the Seattle, Washington
area went to Zambia, in the southern part of Africa. There, it was learned that ten percent of the
population of that country has AIDS, resulting in over 360,000 children left orphaned and homeless.
With Zambia being one of the poorest of the African nations, there was no way to care for these
unfortunate and innocent victims. Amidst this tragedy and hopelessness, Grace Church
Zambia was founded,
with a strong committment to help these orphaned children.
The sounds of worship and praise from within Grace Church, without the aid of any musical instruments,
made such an impression on the missionaries that they returned to Zambia the following summer, to record
the music and bring it back. Using the simplest of equipment brought from home, and by the grace of God,
they were able to produce a professional-quality recording from within the walls of Grace Church.
Through the ministry team to Zambia from Antioch Bible Church, this music was recorded and produced
as another way to help the orphans in the Southern region of Africa. The choir is from Kabwe, Zambia
and through the venue of song they are trying to do their part in helping those underprivileged
members of their society and make a positive difference.
Through the generous donation of time, effort and finances, the CD has been produced and underwritten
so that all the proceeds from donations will go directly to the “Community Care Project” in Zambia to
help the orphans.
Listen to 20 seconds of music off the CD: