Inke refugee camp visit

Refugees the world over face difficult living conditions and that is no different at the Inke camp for refugees from the Central African Republic.  We visited this camp of 20,000 registered refugees last week after our seminar at the Gbado-Gboketsa

Diamonds in the rough

Every day of the week the diamond diggers or miners in the villages surrounding Mbuji-Mayi area sell the diamonds they found the day before to the buyers at the “comptoirs” [counters]. These buyers in turn take the diamonds to Mbuji-Mayi

CHE having big impact in southern Congo

Wow!  CHE (Community Health Evangelism) has significantly impacted the communities in the areas we’ve visited and continues to do so.  Just four months ago another small church was planted in Tshilundu and back in July 2015 one was planted in

Filming for Covenant Kids Congo

Luke at work

Luke at work








I enjoyed watching Luke Johnson work taking videos footage for Covenant Kids Congo.  He was very creative and always polite about asking permission.  Enjoy a few pics of Luke at

Poles going in ground for Zulu powerline

March 23 the engineers arrived and immediately started working with their Congolese co-workers to assemble and install the 85 poles for the new 7 miles power line between Karawa mission and the Zulu hydro-electric dam.

Power poles coming down the line

Power poles coming down the

Flight changes and hosting in Congo

So what happens in Gemena if your flight to Kinshasa is scrubbed and you have to wait until the next day?  And, what about your international tickets out of Kinshasa that night?  And, what about room and board, what will

CHE is changing lives in Bogbakole & Botakambia

“I’ve noticed that those who are in the CHE (Community Health Evangelism) training are speaking more in church meetings and giving good reflections on the Scripture.  What they’re saying has more depth to it.  I am going to offer that

Computer lab dedicated at Lycee Vanette

HALLELUJAH the new computer lab at the Lycee Vanette girls’ secondary school at Karawa was completed and dedicated last Friday.  In his remarks about the lab the Rev. Goyenge said  “God brought about this fruit and we must praise Him

Gbagu’s boat

Many Congolese use the rivers like highways to transport goods and sell at port cities if the rivers are passable.

Many Congolese use the rivers like highways to transport goods and sell at port cities if the rivers are passable.









Some things seem impossible. Gbagu (pronounced Ba-goo) does not understand impossible.


CEUM re-elects President Mboka

Reverend Jules Mboka was re-elected to serve a second 4 year term as President of the CEUM during the General Assembly (biennial meeting) January 10-15.  The meeting was held in the village of Botakambia.  After conducting the business of the