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Pastor Ngosa

Pastor Bernard Ngosa

Pastor Ngosa is the Pastor of Rock of Hope Church and the Chairman of the Project.
(The full name of “The Project” is “The Integrated HIV/AIDS response in Serenje”)

He is married to Annedy and they have 3 children- Sylvia is 23; Ephraim is 10 and Bernadette is 7. Annedy leads the women in their Church; she also leads worship and she is a nurse and a hairdresser!

Pastor Ngosa is a leader and a man of influence in Serenje. He often led community meetings and he translated from Bemba into English for us. Pastor Ngosa is a great communicator .
I caught a couple of great quotes from him on this recent trip
On the partnership between Kerith and the Serenje Pastors Fellowship:
“We are in eachothers lives for a purpose”
On the invaluable role played by the team of Volunteers: 

"We owe it all to the volunteers - you are our hands, feet, eyes and ears"

Pastor Ngosa's Prayer request:
To fulfil all that God’s called me to do.

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