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Ambassadors of Zion Children Mission
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Word of Faith Bible training center, Ministry trainging center, Leadership training institute and Makerere University
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Emmanuel McMillan & Sara Vauclair are the founders of Ambassadors of Zion Children Mission.
Emmanuel lived a life of misery in his childhood. Having a meal, education, clothing, medical care and other basic necessities was a hardly a desire hardly achieved. His parents, just like all other parents of impoverished homes, could not afford to provide his sisters and brothers with the essentials to live a full life.
Amidst suffering, their family still had to take care of orphans left behind by the relatives who succumbed to AIDSor natural disasters. Fortunately, God extended the unexpected hand of sponsorship to the Ssekirime family which gave them the golden opportunity to make academic progress in different fields. God enabled McMillan to obtain theology degreesfrom different countries (Uganda, Kenya & Botswana) and to study Business Administration at Makerere University. Today McMillan is a pastor and gives glory back to God. Israel Kyoyita, one of his brothers, is a teacher at AZCM primary school and is pursuing anArt degree.
Their parents, Robina and Samuel Ssekirime, who are also co-founders of AZCM, always shared the little food, clothes and other necessities with the neighboring families that lived in similar conditions. This has turned out to be a family calling because God supernaturally intervened in the midst ofa family crisis when they stopped focusing on the little they had and went forth helping those in need.
In 2004,the Ssekirime family started using their savings to sponsors 10 orphans and other vulnerable children through Christ our Vision Ministries. It was founded by Pastor Samuel Ssekirime, Pastor McMillan Emmanuel and Robina Ssekirime in Kalagi, 20 Miles from Kampala, the capital of Uganda.
Due to the great number of orphans, other vulnerable children and widows as a result of HIV/AIDS scourges and natural disasters, we were propelled to increase the numbers of children under our care to 60 with the little we have.
In 2008, as a sponsored Bible scholar in Botswana, Emmanuel McMillan wondered how he could pay back one of his sponsors Andrew McMillan for the great work he had done in his life. When asked, to his surprise, Andrew replied: “DO TO OTHERS WHAT HAS BEEN DONE UNTO YOU!” This was just a confirmation of what had already started a few years back. When Emmanuel returned to Uganda in 2009,this then led to the formation of a sponsorship project which has reached out to 300 children even though very few have sponsors.
Through our prayer partners, Kelly and Calvin, God spoke to us that we should stop calling his children orphans because we are raising ambassadors of His kingdom who will pass on a long lasting blessing to other generations. We then became AMBASSADORS OF ZION CHILDREN MISSION in Rwanda and Uganda.
We now have a couple of different project entities: AZCM Orphans Help Uganda and Rwanda, AZCM Uganda tours (Adventure in the Pearl of Africa) and AZCM Farmers Association (to enhance the sponsorship of children and widows under our program).
This ministry has been blessed with divine connections of men and women: Daniel Trouten, Mr.& Mrs Roberts, Mr. & Mrs. Matheson, Mr. & Mrs. Washington and other AZCM family - a people with the same passion to transform the lives of widows, orphans and other vulnerable children into God’s Ambassadors who will be a blessing in our nations.
AZCM welcomes partners who wish to participate in empowering widows, orphans and vulnerable children. We want to help them acquire shelter, education, medical care, food, clothing and other life necessities to turn them into successful men and women who will be a blessing to the future generations.
My greetings to you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
I am Mrs.stella phillip from South Africa.I am married to Archdeacon. phillip. whom untill his death served as archdeacon in the St.Micheal'sarchdea conry in Ivory Coast for nine years before he died .We were married for eleven years without a child. He died after a brief illness that lasted for only four days.Before his death we were both born again Christian. Since his death I decided not to re-marry or get a child outside my matrimonial home which the Bible is against.
When my late husband was alive he deposited the sum of $6.5 us dollars in one trunk box and deposit in the SECURITY COMPANY
for safe keeping and the security company did not know that the trunk box is containing money because he register it as
family valuable for security reason.
Presently,my Doctor confirmed to me that I have serious sickness which is cancer problem. he said that i can only last for few months I decided to donate this fund to a church or individual that will utilize this money the way I am going to instruct herein. I want a church that will use this fund for poor people,orphanages,helping the widows, propagating the word
of God and to endeavor that the house of God is maintained.
I am going to be in the bosom of the Lord. Exodus 14 VS 14 says that“the lord will fight my case and I shall hold my peace”. I don’t need any telephone communication in this regard because of my health,please reply me at (firstname.lastname@example.org) so that i will give you more information on how to get the trunk box deliver to you in your country.
God has commanded us to preach all of His Word and to "reprove, rebuke, exhort" (2 Timothy 4:2). This is the preacher's divine standard. God has commanded us not only to believe sound doctrine, but also to earnestly contend for it (Jude 3). That means we are to fight agrressively against that which is false. This is exactly what we see in the uncompromising ministry of the Lord's Apostles. Their epistles contain strong and clear warnings about false teaching. Paul often named the names of the false teachers. Such a ministry naturally causes divisions between those who are committed to the truth and those who are following error. Paul made no effort whatsoever to avoid doctrinal controversy. The Holy Spirit warned that "evil men and seducers shalll wax worse and worse, deceiving and being deceived" (2 Timothy 3:13).