CLCN, Participant Photo #7

M & Mme Diacre Mundundu Pakasa

Here’s another image of March 2016 Seminar Participants to add to your prayer wall: COUPLE DIACRE MUNDUNDU PAKASA

Sometimes Congolese people choose not to smile for photos. It makes the open beautiful smile of this man and the almost impish smile of his wife even more delightful.

© 2016 Hope4Congo

CLCN, Participant Photo #6

Seour Sylvie

I hope you’ve been adding all these photos to your prayer wall. If not, you still can. It’s a wonderful way to put a face on the people being trained in the seminars.

Here’s another March 2016 Mukedi Seminar participant: SEOUR SYLVIE,  a lovely young lady. Please intercede on her behalf.

© 2016 Hope4Congo


CLCN, Participant Photo #5

Rev. & Mme Munganji

Another Image from the March 2016 Mukedi Seminar to add to your photo prayer wall. This is the REV. MUNGANJI couple.

Obviously there must have been Munganji around the day of his birth to merit that name. They are now a cultural curiosity, but in times past, this name signified a secret society that among others things instilled social order, beat up recalcitrant children, and generally terrified people that would have been free thinkers.

© 2016 Hope4Congo

CLCN, Participant Photo #4

Frere Lukombo Lunga Andre, Youth Leader

Please add this young man to your photo prayer wall. He is another March 2016 Seminar Participant: FRERE LUKOMBO LUNGA ANDRE (youth leader at Mukedi)

He sat right up front at every seminar session. It was obvious that the youth respected him both as a choral leader in the worship, as well as out on the soccer field.

He needs resources!!! As happens so often, he is another leader without resources. The seminar is so important for these young leaders.

© 2016 Hope4Congo

CLCN, Participant Photo #3

M & Mdm Diacre Munganga
M & Mme Diacre Munganga

As you see the photos of these dear African brothers and sisters, please pray for their safety and ministry. You might make a photo prayer wall since you’ll be receiving more of these photos in the coming weeks.

The image above is of participants from the March 2016 Seminar: M. & Mme Diacre Munganga.

Don & Naomi Unruh said that Diacre Munganga was their gardener for many years at Mukedi. He kept them supplied with vegetables. He is also an excellent livestock husbandman. Through him they learned many insights into the culture of the Phende People, and also the ins and outs of the politics of the Mukedi Church.

Don said, “They call him Diacre, but really he is ANCIEN (Elder One).”

Prayer Request for Other African Christians:
Nigerian Christians continue to experience horrific persecution. Please continue to pray for them. If they’re not already on your prayer list, please put them on.

A Nigerian pastor who has lost his daughter and home to Boko Haram had this to say to prayer warriors: “Definitely, I am telling you, it is by your prayer, with the power of your prayer that we are surviving.”

Pray on.

© 2016 Hope4Congo