Posts Tagged ‘Congo’

Excellent’s Story: A Congolese Refugee in Kenya

Post a Comment » Written on January 7th, 2015     
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Week 9 ExcellentFACT:

The majority of Congolese children being ministered to by the Evangelical Covenant Church in Kenya are orphans, single-parented, or separated from their family.

STORY:

Excellent is a seven-year-old boy who was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He

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Fleeing for Safety in Kenya

Post a Comment » Written on August 7th, 2014     
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ecck blogMen and Women like Gad Nkera have fled the Congo due to instability and civil war which has rocked the country for the past several years. Many have ended up in Kenya without family or friends and without any idea

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Succeeding Together

Post a Comment » Written on July 7th, 2014     
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When worth and identity are important to everyone, and when those things are threaten, or wholly ignored, your entire perspective on life changes. ACT for Congo seeks to bring unwed vulnerable mothers into society as productive, valued people. They seek

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From Marginalized to Leaders

Post a Comment » Written on June 25th, 2014     
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The Evangelical Covenant Church is very active in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and has a long history of activity there. Covenant World Relief serves on the eastern side of the country, a different region than where Paul Carlson

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From Abandoned to Self-Sustaining

Post a Comment » Written on June 9th, 2014     
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Congo Goma Dave Husby 2011 (96)The Evangelical Covenant  Church is very active in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and has a long history of activity there. Covenant World Relief serves on the eastern side of the country, a different region than where Paul Carlson

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