Chewa Proverb Collection

Ukayendera nzengo usamati asakwi afumbula.
If you go to the bush to get rafters, do not say "Look, the mice are digging ".
(Do not get sidetracked, stick to your job.)
Proverb No 963 collected by Toon van Kessel
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Bemba Proverb Collection

Abantu babili na mano yabili: umuntu umo nelyano limo. / Abantu babili: na mano yabili.
Two people, two brains: one person, one brain. (Two heads are better than one.) Two people, two brains.
Ukupingushanya kwaliwama. (Amano uli weka tayashingauke koshi). (from Stephen Mpashi)
Proverb No 17 collected by Frank Carey
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New Book
(released on 16 January 2015)

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Unseen Worlds: Dealing with Spirits, Witchcraft, and Satanism from an African Perspective

new documents:

New Perspectives on Mission

Author: Mark Nsanzurwimo. Date: December 2013. (PDF)

Revolutions in social communication also affect new approaches to mission. This paper, presented at the December FENZA conference, places new trends in mission theology within their historical contexts.

Here we are! 70 Years of Evangelisation and Social Concern (Regiment Parish)

Editor: Mark Nsanzurwimo. Date: August 2013. (PDF)

Regiment Parish has been the locus of innovative pastoral approaches in its history of 70 years that have affected the Catholic Church in Zambia at large. In this study and collection, authors place the pastoral innovations, including the first experiments with Small Christian Communities, into their historical contexts.

DREAMS

Dreams: Where do Biblical, Zambian, and Western Approaches Meet?

A must read for anyone interested in dream interpretation in Zambia.

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Research project on local traditions of reconciliation

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Bauleni location of FENZA

Faith & Encounter Centre Zambia
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Email: director@fenza.org

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Our Aim: Empowering Christians in Zambia to face the challenges of contemporary and traditional cultures with openness and to encounter people of different Christian denominations, contemporary religious movements and religions.

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