Christian Gang of Fountain of Victory Ministry donate to Samaritan Trust

The youth under the Blantyre-based Fountain of Victory Ministry on Friday donated assorted items to Samaritan Trust, a Non Governmental Organization that promotes and protects the welfare of street children.

Fountain of Victory Ministry members

In an interview after the donation, Dominic Duwa, chairperson of the “Christian Gang” as they fondly call their youthful group said they donate various items yearly to the underprivileged.

“Today we have come here at Samaritan Trust to show love to them by sharing assorted items. We have given them items such as clothes, laundry soap and some food stuffs. As the youth of Fountain of Victory Ministry, we regard it as an opportunity to reach out to these needy children.

“We encourage other organizations to share what they have with these kids so that they should not lack basic necessities,” said Duwa.

One of the caregivers at the Samaritan Trust, Chester Samson commended the youth for the donation and he was quick to call upon other individuals to emulate the gesture saying, giving for charity brings positive change to the life of the underprivileged.

“We are really grateful for the word of salvation they have shared with us, and we also appreciate various materials they have given us.

“People should know that we live for each other. Let us make sure that our neighbor has a status similar to ours. It is my encouragement that as the youth of Fountain of Victory have done, people outside there should have the passion to help and assist those in need because this can indeed change their life,” he said.

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Vellings
1 year ago

Let what our left hand gives stay with the left hand and our right hand should not know. Let’s be biblical christian which Jesus wants. and not like Pharisees who goes to the media to boost of their giving. Giving it’s between one and God.

Munthu wanu ine
Munthu wanu ine
1 year ago
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Whether out of good or out of evil bola someone benefited. Let them keep giving whether for God or not. Also, how else will people know the right way to live. The same bible says, “Let your light so shine that people may see your works and glorify your father.” Don’t use scriptures for your own personal ends and reasons. Leaders should live by example whether they be political or ministry. It’s us aas individuals who should not get engrossed in our hearts due to giving. Nkuona akuti your OWN right hand should not know. It’s about how it reflects… Read more »

Believer
Believer
1 year ago

Thumbs up! this is what is expected of us who have known the love of God

The philosopher
The philosopher
1 year ago

Christian “Gang”. Mmmmmmmm OK?

NyaBanda
NyaBanda
1 year ago

This the way to go. God is smiling on the Throne.

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