You are invited to join us for an evening with Jon Paul Witt, our founder & pioneer and the author of The Away Kit. Jon will be sharing his heart for what God is doing in sub-Saharan Africa right now and explaining why we’ve written The Away Kit. Drawing on personal experience and lessons we have learnt over the past 11 years Jon will share how The Away Kit can be used to start a kingdom movement!
Beyond Zambia is an evening for you if you answer yes to any of these questions:
Do you want to hear God’s heart for sub-Saharan Africa and pray with us as we go all out for this continent?
Are you looking for something that can add even more value to the mission work you are already doing?
Do you believe that God wants to work through the people in the community where you are working or where you live?
If so, come and find out about The Away Kit. The evening and the resource are both completely free. So join us for some food, fellowship and to share in our exciting news… who knows where it might lead!
Why come to Beyond Zambia?
– Do you want to hear God’s heart for sub-Saharan Africa and pray with us as we go all out for this continent?
– Are you looking for something that can add even more value to the mission work you are already doing?
– Do you believe that God wants to work through the people in the community where you are working or where you live?
If so, come and find out about The Away Kit. The evening and the resource are both completely free. So why not come along for some food, fellowship and to share in our exciting news… who knows where it might lead!
Check out the 2 minute video below to see what a difference your fundraising can make…why not organise an event now?
A huge well done to our team of walkers who all completed the Yorkshire 3 Peaks, Pen-y-ghent,Whernside and Ingleborough. The walked 24 miles and climbed 1585m around the head of the valley of the River Ribble in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. It was a busy day with many other charities also completing the challenge but a great atmosphere throughout the day. Thank you to everyone who sponsored our team of walkers. Together we raised an incredible £7,106 (incl. estimated Gift Aid)!
This was such a fun day of climbing and walking as our team climbed 10 graded rock climbs and completed a 10 mile circuit on foot and all inside 10 hours. The Peak District scenery was beautiful and the sun shone for the whole day! Special thanks to Will4Adventure who facilitated this event for us…and of course, a big thank you to everyone who sponsored our team of walkers. Together we raised £1,312 (incl. estimated Gift Aid)! That will help us to reach 285 more people with good news of Jesus through a Life Groups, leading to amazing lives and everyday miracles!
A huge well done to all 28 walkers who took part in the first ever Dignity Marathon! What a great day we had for our inaugural marathon. By the end of the day there were lots of tired feet and big smiles…along with lots of stories! It was great to support our team of walkers with cookies, flapjacks, balloons, medals and general cheering on! Together the team raised an incredible £5,140 (incl. estimated Gift Aid)! Wow!!
Wow! What a weekend we had! Thanks to our 6 cyclists, Keith, Rob, Paul, Stuart, Ste and Michael who gave it their all to cycle 140 miles from Whitehaven to Tynemouth. They took in the mighty climbs of Whinlatter, Hartside and Parkhead as well as finding their way through Penrith, Keswick, Gateshead and Tynemouth! By doing this they raised an amazing £11,806 (incl. estimated Gift Aid). Legends!
Over 2 weekends 11 amazing walkers conquered the Welsh 3000s, the 15 mountains in Snowdonia with summits over 3000 feet. One group completed the challenge in 3 days and the other did the entire route inside 24 hours. Sore feet, achy legs ensued and big smiles followed as everyone was delighted to complete the challenge. In the process they raised £11,041 (plus Gift Aid) – what superstars!!!
Target 1: 300 Life Groups – SMASHED!!!
Wow! We’ve just had feedback from our Impact Teams and the number of Life Groups now meeting across rural Zambia and Namibia is 314. That’s an estimated 6,280 people learning more about loving God and loving their neighbour. Amazing! There will be many stories of redemption and hope emerging over the coming year.
To mark 50 years of Zambian independence and raise funds to support our work in Zambia, the trustees of Dignity invited you to join them in their 50:50 Challenge.