Christians over the centuries have been active in seeking to help those in need, where-ever they may be. The Trust seeks to follow in the footsteps of many other initiatives in seeking to assist under-developed areas of the north western part of Zambia. In so doing they seek to help all peoples, regardless of background, but they seek always to promote the Christian faith and to assist churches and believers practically and spiritually. Indeed, it is acknowledged by some who have no interest in Christianity that “In Africa Christianity changes people’s hearts. It brings a spiritual transformation. The rebirth is real. The change is good.” (Matthew Parris, TimesOnline, December 27, 2008.)
Many meet for worship in “buildings” that many overseas would not consider fit for anything. The Trust seeks to assist these believers in the construction of better meeting places and by providing support for spiritual leaders. Silver and his wife used to work on the construction team of the Zengamina hydro. He now leads a small church called Musangala that first gathered under a grass roof (see above). He now leads a growing church meeting in a larger new building.