We are super excited to announce that at the end of September, President Lungu, the President of Zambia, re-opened all the grades in the schools. Putting a lot of measures in place, the teachers and staff were ready to welcome the children back to school! The children were happy to be back in school, to […]
On Saturday, September 12, 2020, M2L partnered with DC Dream Center and other organizations such as Mission for Christ to distribute food to families of low income in DC. COVID time has not been easy on many people. For some families, the sickness caused heartbreaks and loss. For some other families, COVID and other conditions […]
By: Meant 2 Live Foundation At Meant 2 Live Foundation, we not only care about the academics of every child but their emotional and social maturity. Therefore, on July 18, St. Mark’s Church hosted local teenagers from the school for a teen conference with the theme “Relationships.” The day was full of worship sessions and […]
By: Dalia Fam I have discovered a secret. Throughout our 13 years living in Zambia, we have experienced many short-term mission trips from all over the world. We have witnessed many lives transformed by mission trips. But, when they go back home they lose the same passion they had in Africa. Why? Can you only […]
We would like to say thank you or Zikomo (in our local Zambian language) to all those who have provided support to the OZ Project. Since the COVID-19 pandemic started, Zambia has not been spared by the virus. The number of cases continues to rise. Zambia has also been hit hard economically due to the […]
By: Sophie Normand The last few months have been difficult for everyone, as we navigate the new realities of social distancing, quarantines and isolation. Some communities that are especially vulnerable to COVID-19 have really been struggling. At Meant 2 Live Foundation, we believe that there are ways to help everyone live a meaningful life, […]
In just one week, the Chawama bakery received two special visits from Brian MacNair of WCK and Bishop Paul of Mission Affairs.
By, Jessie Manzer Earlier this year, our school celebrated students who completed the ninth grade with light refreshments and praise. We are extremely delighted and proud of the accomplishments of these bright students. Donors and former missionaries even took part in the celebration via Facetime.
“It was all a dream, I used to read Rolling Stone Magazine. In 2012, God put it on my heart to launch Meant 2 Live Foundation. I was inspired by a song that proclaimed “we want more than this world has to offer” and that we were “meant 2 live for so much more!” This became our mission, […]
It is 2011, my first time on Zambian soil, and every day I see the same beautiful kids spend hour after hour within the church grounds. There are two, who even now, are never apart, who love each other with the enduring love of brothers. One day we sit close in a circle, read over […]