Mpongwe Baptist Church 2008

Church Life

Giving Hope to Rural Zambians The churches of MBA are rural churches serving their surrounding villages. Only a handful of MBA churches are located in urban areas. Most churches have between 70 – 250 members. Growing beyond 200 members is rare and the reason is practical. Churches are located in sparsely populated areas and the distance it …

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MBA Pastors

MBA the Denomination

Mpongwe Baptist Association (MBA) is a denomination of 163 local churches and 14.000 members in the following regions Copperbelt Province: Luanshya district, Mpongwe District, Lufwanyama District Central Province: Kapiri-Mponshi District North-western province (planned expansion) The Association is organized into wings: Women’s wing Youth wing Sunday School wing Pastors Council Evangelism Group MBA supports the work of the …

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Guest House Rates and Services MBA Guest Houses are not open to the general public but are available to volunteers, training students and visitors. Rates and services that apply are as follows:


Guest House

Welcome! MBA has Guest Houses available to volunteers, training students and visitors. We also have facilities for staff housing. The Guest Houses – The Guest Huts, Agape Guest House, New (Blue) Guest House The Guest Huts, three round huts grouped together around a shared bathroom and toilet. These buildings are older but renovations have begun on the …

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Malaria is one of the leading causes of death for children in the developing world and in our region. It has been estimated that two to three million people die of malaria worldwide every year, 90 percent of them in Sub-Saharan Africa. Those who die in Africa are mainly pregnant women and children. The Zambian …

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TB Program

TB is the leading cause of death among people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) and one of the most common opportunistic infections they experience.  People who are infected with HIV are especially susceptible to developing active tuberculosis (TB). The prevalence of HIV infection among patients in TB clinical settings is high, up to 70 percent in …

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Vision, Values

Vision for Mpongwe Mission Hospital is: PROMOTE HEALING THROUGH OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST IN THE PROVISION OF HEALTH CARE FOR ALL.  Mission Providing holistic care that includes spiritual, physical and mental well being.   Values Good Stewardship Integrity Loving and Caring Giving Hope Serving the community Authority of the scriptures Excellence Chastity The hospital’s vision and …

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Impacting Lives

Ann is 33 years old*.  She has two children, a boy and a girl aged 12 years and 14 years respectively. We arranged to meet Ann at the Anti-Retroviral Therapy (ART) Clinic where HIV/AIDS patients receive their treatment.  The interview was done in a quiet place, in the room that is used for counseling. Ann …

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Mpongwe Mission Hospital

A Vital Role Mpongwe Mission Hospital plays a vital role in the health care of Mpongwe District. In the Copperbelt Province where the Hospital is located 16-20 percent of adults are infected by HIV/AIDs, malaria is rampant, 17 percent of children die before the age of five from neonatal causes, malaria, pneumonia, diarrhoeal diseases and HIV/AIDS. …

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