Good Friday & Easter 2010 chu Chikankata CO bial chuan ramhnuai/daia inkulh chhuakin kan hmang leh a. Ni 1-4 April thlengin. Territorial Commander te nupain min rawn hmanpui bakah, UK atangin Kettering SA hoin min rawn hmanpui bawk a. Kan chhungkaw bikah pawh Pathian Thlarau Thianghlimin thu a sawi thar nasa hle a, malsawmna tam tak kan dawng a ni.
Visitors from Kettering (UK), the Territotial Leaders and the Mission Leaders also witnessed the Easter Sunrise Service at Chikankata's Calvary Hill
Young ladies from Chikankata Higher Secondary School dance around in praise of the risen Lord
The three crosses at Chikankata's own Calvary Hill, as they appear in the early Easter dawn
People gather in front of the empty crosses as they are waiting for the Easter sunrise
Christ's Cross is empty, and indeed His Tomb is empty too!!
Chikankata lake in the early Easter morning. It is just behind the Calvary Hill. Picture taken from Calvary Hill
The Easter morning sunrise, a symbol of faith, hope, love and LIFE in Christ
Chikankata section songsters leaving after their Easter morning meeting performance
Young and old alike value the occasion
Colonels Geoff & Heather Blurton (R) from Kettering (UK) are the guest speakers. They minister with passion. The congregation are encouraged, inspired and motivated by their speech and action. Their love and affection for Zambia is manifested by their repeated visits to the territory since their first service in this territory as Chief Secretary and Territorial Secretary for Women's Ministry
Marcus again! He loves anything that has wheel
Lunch break in between the meetings. A simple meal on a simple set of table and stool is all that is necessary
Meetings such as this is always a success as long as we are having enthusiastic and committed delegates like these ones
These women and children have to walk many miles to come, spend the three nights at the makeshift camp, and again walk back many miles home! Inspired and challenged, this time my whole family walk back and forth the 3 kilometres (6 kms in total) from home to the camp site. And it's worth it, physically and spiritually!!
By: Dr. Zairemthiama