Sounds of CURE Zambia

Our CUREkids Coordinators are CURE’s eyes and ears on the ground in our hospitals. They not only file photos and updates on each CUREkid but also act as Correspondents, giving us a glimpse of  life at the CURE hospital and in the country and culture in which the hospital serves. The following is part of the Correspondent series, filed by Joel Witwer in Zambia.

Music is a powerful form of expression and always a popular part of our twice-weekly chapel gatherings here at CURE Zambia. This is a playlist of four songs from our time of worship; the translation of the song titles can be found below.

Fwaya ba Yaweh
“Search for the Lord”
Language: bemba

Mwari wa Kanaka
“God is Powerful”
Language: bemba

Yesu Mwamuna wa Mutanda
“Jesus, Son of the Cross”
Language: nyanja

Alansunga Yaweh
“God Takes Care of Me”
Language: bemba


Photo of the Joel Witwer

About the Author:

My title says that I'm the CUREkids Coordinator and CURE Correspondent for Niger (previously in Zambia). All this really means is I hang out with kids and sometimes take photos. I love these kids thus I love my job. My goal is to translate this love into pixels and words so that you can fall in love as well!

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