Click on the links below to see the most recent videos from Lulwanda Children’s Home. Or click here to see the Lulwanda Children’s Home channel on Vimeo, where you can access these videos and more.
*** Brand New – Released 27 January 2018 ***
Daily Life at Lulwanda = Join us as we participate in a typical day at Lulwanda during the Dec/Jan school break, when the older children return from boarding school.
Discipleship At Lulwanda == At Lulwanda, we not only care for the health and education of the children, we engage the children with Christian teachings, with the goal of nurturing a faith in Jesus Christ.
Naster’s Story = In December Naster graduated from high school, and this year she will enter university. Here she shares her story and gives us a child’s perspective on her life at Lulwanda.
Raising Pigs at Lulwanda = John Palmer explains recent improvements in raising pigs at Lulwanda Childrens Home.
New Children at Lulwanda – join the joyous and exciting celebration at Lulwanda in May 2015, as 12 new orphans join the family and have their first look around the Children’s Home.
Welcome to Lulwanda Tendo – the 10 older boys and girls from Lulwanda who now live at Lulwanda Tendo provide a personal guided tour of their new home.
10th Anniversary Celebration at LCH – join the party of the year at Lulwanda (on December 2nd, 2014) as we celebrated the 10th anniversary of opening the doors
History: How Far We Have Come – learn about the steady growth of Lulwanda since the start of operations in 2004
Growing Up At Lulwanda – see how the children have grown and matured over the last 10 years!
Song: We’ve Come From Far – a song written and performed by the Lulwanda children
Some earlier videos:
Love the Lord | The children sing of their love for their Creator.
I Believe (Education is a Treasure) | LCH children sing about the importance of a good education
An Orphan’s Story | The drama of a child devastated by his parents dying of AIDS, being rescued and given hope for a better life at Lulwanda.
Beautiful Things | The stories of a few Lulwanda children, as told by the children themselves.