Family Legacy Missions International
Rating: 4.8 stars 40 40 reviews
5005 W Royal Ln Ste 252 Irving TX 75063 USA
Family Legacy Missions International exists to connect American families with the orphaned and vulnerable children of Zambia to proclaim the gospel, transform lives, and rescue orphans. We accomplish our mission through our three main ministries: Camp LIFE, Father’s Heart, and Tree of Life.
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Camp LIFE proclaims the good news of the gospel to Zambian children through American counselors who build relationships and reinforce biblical teaching. A Father’s Heart Sponsorship allows individuals and families to sponsor children and continue the impact in a child’s life long after they return home from Camp LIFE. The Tree of Life Children’s Village, located just outside the capital city of Lusaka, is a 130-acre community of homes for oprhaned children designed to be a haven of hope and light. Our vision is to build 12 Children’s Villages throughout the country of Zambia to rescue orphans from abuse and poverty and bring wholistic change to a nation in need.
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Over the years, I have served on many non-profits but never one like FLMI. The transforming work with Zambian orphans is monumental. But the impact on the lives of the American volunteers is equally as significant.
Our family has been involved for 10 years and has made 24 trips to Africa collectively. We have been richly blessed. Each year the program gets progressively better.
This past summer I can attest that from the moment you step off the plane to the moment you get back on the plane, every detail is purposefully scripted and executed with perfection.
I am so proud to have the honor of being associated with FLMI.
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Changes? Right now n/a. I am confident that FLMI will let God continue to guide and direct the ministry.
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