The Congo Mission Network (CMN) meets yearly to review progress in partnerships with the Presbyterian Church in the Congo and to plan out the next year’s activities. Our next conference is October 17-19, 2019 at First Presbyterian Church of Knoxville, Tennessee.
The MPH guesthouse in Kinshasa has hosted many travelers going into and out of Congo. Clay and Cindy Dunn have been doing a wonderful job of operating and improving the guesthouse for several years. The Dunns raise their own support but regularly need more support.
Roxann Stixrud Rule made a Congo-themed quilt and raffled it at the Congo Reunion Luncheon in Montreat on August 24th.
The quilt raised $2040 to support the Dunn’s ministry at MPH! Read on to find out who bought it!
Please save the date for the upcoming CMN Conference, October 17-19, 2019! Read more for more information, include a tri-fold brochure for the conference that you can share.
Educate caring, capable leaders for the church and the country!
Encourage competent teachers to stay in Christian Schools!
Teach peaceful problem solving and increase health!
Find out how you can help! The end of this article includes a link to the 2018 Build Congo Schools Brochure.
Continue reading “Why build and equip strong Christ-centered schools in the DR Congo?”
Yesterday, at the close of the Congo Mission Network steering committee meeting I shared the good news that the advanced level training for “Healing Hearts” is planned to be held on the IMCK compound in Tshikaji during the first half of July 2019. It was suggested that I share this news and the need for additional funds to make this successful.
Congo’s Children and Families have much for which to be thankful, especially the generosity of any churches and individuals who funded the building of 2 schools in the Kasai provinces this year – Baolongo and Bambuyi. The school to the left is at Bambuyi.