We have a lot to offer in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Emmanuel has a degree in Mission Aviation Technology and is trained as a mission pilot-mechanic (a much-needed service for missions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo). Kahindo has a degree in Christian Education with a Youth Ministry emphasis. These are desperately needed skills in Africa. We have experience in these fields working in the secular marketplace in the US and Europe, as well as in Christian education in Nigeria. We have served in our churches in the US and in France and understand the challenges of international ministry.
We both speak English and French, and Kahindo also speaks Swahili and understands Lingala. These are all languages spoken in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Both of us spent a significant number of our childhood and adolescent years growing up in Africa before studying and working in the US and Europe.
We want to use all these talents, skills, and experience that God has given us to support the work of the church through mission aviation and Christian education in Africa so that the good news of the Bible may be taught and people can have the fullness of life* that Jesus gives.
To be able to do this we need
God’s work can only be accomplished by his power through the prayer of his people.
We will need to raise the financial support necessary to do this work in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, as well as the funds we need to prepare and get to DRC.
Monthly Financial Requirement : $7,500
Preparation and Installation (One-time) $ 23,000
(Enter our name and mission ID, « 40286 » in the fields provided. Then select ‘Mbodwam- Support’)
Finally, we believe that everything we have to offer in Africa can be multiplied through the encouragement, feedback, comments, and ideas that ,many of you give through following this blog, e-mailing/facebook, skype, calling, writing letters or meeting in person.
« How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them? And how can anyone preach unless they are sent? As it is written: “How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!” (Romans 10:14,15)