ASSEMBLY REQUIRED: An interior view of a container holding components for a One-Day Church. This container arrived at a site near Livingstone, Zambia. In August 2009, 1,700 new Seventh-day Adventist were baptized in a single day there.A joint venture of Adventist-Laymen’s Services and Industries and Maranatha Volunteers International, supporting ministries of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, the One-Day Church project is responsible for manufacturing some 3,000 church kits and shipping well over 1,000 to locations worldwide since its launch last year, said Maranatha president Don Noble.
COMING TOGETHER: A worker assembles part of a One-Day Church near Livingstone, Zambia.Reflecting on the project’s impact, Paul S. Ratsara, presi-dent of the church’s Southern Africa-Indian Ocean region, called it a “godsend” for new membership. Mozambique, a country within the region, has received 250 church kits.