Muphamuzi Home

Children are abandoned almost every week at the hospital just down the road from where Living Hope Church meets. We hope to open a baby cottage for these children – a place where they can be nurtured and well cared for by a combination of well-trained staff and lay volunteers from Living Hope Church, until each child can be placed in a solid, loving Christian home. We hope to open the Muphamuzi Home before the end of 2011.

“Muphamuzi” means “give me a home”. It is also the name of a previously abandoned baby boy who now has a home: Josh and Marda Mack brought “Muzi” into their family in November 2007. Our dream is to see many abandoned babies provided with loving homes, just like Muzi.

God has provided for this vision in incredible ways! All $115,000 we needed to raise came in, and 1Hope bought the house that will serve as Muphamuzi Home in October 2011. We’re currently raising funds to renovate and touch up the property, and to furnish the home.

Donate towards this ministry:

If you’d like to give tax-deductible donations towards the Muphamuzi Home:

To give on-line, please click here. Please enter the amount you’d like to give in the “1Hope for S. Africa” box and enter “Muphamuzi Home” in the box alongside it.

To give by check, please make your check payable to “Lakeside Community Church” and write “1Hope Muphamuzi Home” on the memo line. Send your check to:

Lakeside Community Church
E6295 County Road K
Algoma, WI 54201

Muzi with his dad, Josh Mack

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~ by masimdumisene on October 25, 2011.