Hurray Another Soup Kitchen in Mahwalala, Swaziland!
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Hurray Another Soup Kitchen in Mahwalala, Swaziland!

Here at the InnerCity Mission, we love celebrating every milestone and impact we make in the lives of the indigent.  Since its inception, through our robust Feeding Program which focuses on child nutrition and food security for families in vulnerable conditions, our program has had different approaches which include the Food Banking system, School Feeding, […]

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OUR CALL TO PRAYER.
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OUR CALL TO PRAYER.

Prayer. It is a key discipline of the Christian faith and a commandment to all believers. Still more, Christians are commanded to pray without ceasing. This is because prayer is the most powerful asset in our arsenal and it is never inadequate.   Insurgencies, wars, violence, climate change, inflation experienced in different parts of the world […]

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What is in the Kitchen for Easter?
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What is in the Kitchen for Easter?

It’s Easter season and you’re probably wondering how best to enjoy the whole celebration, what to eat and drink with family and loved ones. Well, you don’t need to worry anymore. Let me share with you a few easy-to-prepare home meals you can enjoy with your loved ones this Easter; these meals will leave you […]

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EDUCATION AND NATION-BUILDING.
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EDUCATION AND NATION-BUILDING.

At one of our epochal events, Career Day, hosted at the InnerCity Mission Ikeja Campus, the students were dressed in colorful attires of the professions they want to be when they grow up. A popular phrase says “Catch them young”, and this is exactly what we are doing at the InnerCity Mission network of schools. […]

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Creating a Zero-Hunger World
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Creating a Zero-Hunger World

Have you ever gone to bed hungry not because there is nothing to eat, but having plenty, you chose not to?  Now take a second to think of those that go to bed hungry not because they have a choice like you, but because as a result of poverty they do not have to eat […]

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