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More Good News in 2022

May our efforts to spread Good News be increased exponentially in 2022!

south of mokele mbembe

South of Lake Tele and Mokele Mbembe in the Republic of the Congo, Congo River Mission in the DRC is still neglected since the BMS withdrew 50 years ago!

Please partner with me to resume the Great Commission work b.m.o. sustainable Business as Mission methods.

dying embers under the ashes

With a call to missions in 1996 and a reassurance in 2004, the Congo River and Kisangani as mission field stands firm in my heart. The work done between 2004 and 2014 must be followed up. The effort to broaden mission awareness and mobilization in sending environments versus getting back to blow again upon dying embers of faith and deep rural discouragement in isolated villages must now be decided. Do I go just in faith or as one sent according to the example of Jesus and the exemplary obedience of the Congregation of Acts?

Reaching beyond the Zone!

Beyond the Conflict Mineral Zones of North and South Kivu provinces of the DR Congo are the many unreached villages along the Congo River and its tributaries. 18 million souls, perhaps? How can they hear if someone, – feet from the Body of Christ that carry the Good News, – is not sent and sustained?

The Good News Hotel

While the call for missions had manifested in 1996, the specifics about Congo River Mission came in September of 2004! Ground work was done up to 2014 when sending support dwindled due to perceived risk in central Africa regions. Various co-mobilization efforts, angles of approach and partnerships were attempted, – none sustainably. Many with short term vision only. Some merely exploiting the objectives of reaching the unreached in isolated villages along the Congo River and its tributaries to enhance their own ministries. Time is moving along. The work is growing cold. Here-with inviting international Christian outreach minded business partners to procure a riverside hotel as a Business as Mission base in Kisangani with a quay to harbour the MV Good News Trader.
1. Local business development. 2. Congo River commercial stimulation. 3. International mission participation to encourage the local church. 4. Medical outreach in cooperation with the Yakusu Hospital and Faculty of Medicine at the University of Kisangani.

Beyond the drums and the witchdoctors

The Gospel of Good News still has ground to cover. It needs feet to carry it among and beyond the drums and the witchdoctors of the Congo!