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INSAKA is a Bhemba word from Zambia which has a similar meaning with the Zulu word “ibandla”. It speaks of men and elders sitting in the kraal to discuss the destiny of their families, their community and nation. It speaks of a central, circular communal hut in the village where elders discuss issues. It is a place of meeting, communicating, planning, disciplining etc.

The name INSAKA has been adopted by CFCI as a name that defines “Men’s Network” or Men’s Ministry”. Whenever we say INSAKA, every man must know, we are talking to him. We are using this ministry to mobilize men to care for their families, build and create wealth, be healthy spiritually and physically, win other men to Christ and the local church, be involved in society to be the salt of the earth.

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  •  Esikhawini Township,
    Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
  •  0357960235
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Esikhawini Office

 

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