Inkayi Camp

Team from Inkayi
About 40 young adults from Inkayi (about a 5 hour drive from Ebenezer) came to Ebenezer to see what was happening on the ground. The main purpose of their weekend camp was to give vision for their community and their area. If some decided they'd like to join Ebenezer, that would be great too!

Peter Cunningham shared on the perception of Africa as most of the world see it, asked the Inkayi folk how they saw Africa and the potential for their lives.

George Mlilo shared on Foundations for Farming - the four principles on time, to standard, without wastage and with joy.

Steve Manhanga shared on the Life of Joseph. He did an absolutely FANTASTIC job - hit it right out the park!

Honourable Minister Stembiso Nyoni with Steve Manhanga (right) and George Mlilo (Left)

The Honorable Minister of Small to Medium Enterprises and Inkayi Member of Parliament, Mrs Stembiso Nyoni and team came to Ebenezer as well. They were given a tour of Ebenezer which was led by Steve Manhanga before the delegation went to visit one of the chicken farmers in the community - Mrs Mkwananzi and then proceeded to visit Justin Thebe - young model farmer in the community.

Honourable Minister Stembiso Nyoni touring Ebenezer
The group from Inkayi were impressed to see what other young people were doing and accomplishing. They attended Crossroads Community Church on Sunday morning for some fellowship and had a real good time. It was really great praising God together.

Justin Thebe's chicks

A team from Ebenezer will probably visit Inkayi sometime in the year and see what they are doing on the ground. These links could be the beginning of something special between Ebenezer and Inkayi.

By Molly Manhanga

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