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 An Expedition to Zambia with Us is:

Personal Growth

You will find your own magnificent self and learn to give voice to the power of love through daily classes and activities as part of our exclusive “Knowing Love Works” personal development master class.

Humanitarian Service

You will work side by side with the Zambian staff, play with and mentor children, and serve people of all ages in several different communities.

Cultural Exchange

Your senses will be enlivened by the Zambian culture as you are welcomed into the homes of new friends. Come experience the drumming, dancing, singing, delicious food, and a trip to an artisan market.

Designed for the Whole Family

Connections can be made at any age. Our expeditions are structured to provide a life-changing experience suitable for ages 8 to 85. 

2022 Knowing Love Works Teams

JUNE A – June 3-15

Robbie and Bill (8 spots left)

JUNE B – June 17- 29

Steph and Aly (4 spots left)

JULY A – July 1-13

Jodi and Heidi (Team Full)

JULY B – July 15-27

Carol and Pam (10 spots left)
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What is Knowing Love Works?

The Mothers Without Borders experience in Zambia is unique because it partners personal growth with humanitarian service.

We believe that the path to changing the world begins by looking within ourselves and living a life inspired by love rather than fear.

To accomplish this, we spend the first 90 minutes of the day as a team in meditation and training. This training is guided by the “Knowing Love Works” master class which has been licensed exclusively to Mothers Without Borders.

Experiencing the difficult reality of life in Zambia while on a team will allow you to go to a place of vulnerability in a way that will prepare your heart for real growth and change. Our highly trained Team Leaders & Trainers lead with love and create a space for you to journey inside your heart and discover your best self.

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