My Rhema Story

Mary Kaundulu

After graduating from Rhema Bible Training Center Zambia, my life has been good and challenging. I thank God for the training I received at Rhema Zambia because it has helped me pull through the challenges in my ministry. I have continued carrying out more of God’s work in the women’s ministry and see the impact of God’s word in the communities. With the help of committed people, the Women of God’s Act Ministries (WOGA) was set up to train men and women to be fully rooted and matured in the word of God through biblical teachings during our monthly meetings and fellowships.

WOGA is fully run by volunteers who sacrifice their time, resources and materials to better the lives of widows, orphans, the elderly and the terminally ill. Through WOGA, I have seen women discover themselves in line with the Word of God because the word of God is life, it is light, and it is powerful. The Word is all we need to live in the world. I have seen women understand who they are and the role they play in their families and communities. These women conceive and deliver what God has put in them. They are being equipped to excel in their God-given ministry as they serve in their communities. I believe that I was empowered to empower others in ministry. I thank God that through my calling, men have also joined us in this journey and this is a result of support from my husband.