Our Vision is to establish a life-giving church within walking distance of every person in the Western Province and to see all villages impacted by the Gospel and uplifted through a strong Christian Community.

So others may live


Churches Planted


Water Wells Installed


Children in VOH School

Thousands of people living in Western Zambia have no hope or any idea that we have a Savior called Jesus. They have no access to Bibles, and live without basic needs like clean water and medical care. There are thousands of children in need and 60% of children die before their fifth birthdays.

Malnourishment is rife and life expectancy is 29 years. The people’s need is urgent, but it can be solved! With your help we start new churches and take the Gospel to where it is not yet known. We also provide people with clean water, medical care, Bibles and care for children in need.

“We feel beyond privileged that we get to lead The Zambia Project! It feels like just yesterday that God called us to pioneer and lead this life-giving church planting movement  in April 2003.” – Paul & Marinette van Coller, Project Founders.


Church Planting

Our primary focus

The Zambia Project is a church planting movement. We believe that every village in Western Zambia deserves a life-giving church that uplifts its community. Many people living in the Western Province have never heard the name of Jesus. Our mandate is to take the Gospel wherever it has not been heard. We need 2,500 churches to see our vision come to pass.

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‭‭2 Corinthians‬ ‭9‬:‭11‬ ‭

“You will be abundantly enriched in every way as you give generously on every occasion, for when we take your gifts to those in need, it causes many to give thanks to God.”

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& initiatives throughout Western Zambia

“The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” John 10:10.

We, the Zambia Project, take the Gospel to where it has not yet been heard in Western Zambia and endeavour to uplift communities through various projects and initiatives.

“If you can't feed hundreds of people, feed just one."

Mother Theresa

"To the world you may be one person, but to one person you may be the world."

Bill Wilson