Democratic Republic of Congo

A New Testament in Mono – Weekly Inspiring Image

Children from the remote city of Bili in northwestern Democratic Republic of Congo crowd in for a photo. This city lies in the midst of the rich Congolese rainforest and only about 50 km south of the border with Central

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A New Testament in Mono – Weekly Inspiring Image

Children from the remote city of Bili in northwestern Democratic Republic of Congo crowd in for a photo. This city lies in the midst of the rich Congolese rainforest and only about 50 km south of the border with Central

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The Privilege of Reading – Weekly Inspiring Image

In March of 2012 I visited a Ngbakan literacy class in Gemena, a city in northwestern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Most of the students were adult women. The class instructors told me that since education is not free, families

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The Privilege of Reading – Weekly Inspiring Image

In March of 2012 I visited a Ngbakan literacy class in Gemena, a city in northwestern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Most of the students were adult women. The class instructors told me that since education is not free, families

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The Deep Congo – Weekly Inspiring Image

Three men steam along in their dugout canoe as the sun sets over the mighty Congo River in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The Congo is Africa’s most powerful river, one of the deepest rivers in the world, and as

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The Deep Congo – Weekly Inspiring Image

Three men steam along in their dugout canoe as the sun sets over the mighty Congo River in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The Congo is Africa’s most powerful river, one of the deepest rivers in the world, and as

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Meet Pastor Pirwoth – Weekly Inspiring Image

Behind Pastor Pirwoth, people who suffer from HIV-AIDS tend crops on a farm purchased by a collective of more than 20 local churches in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Created by Christian Association for the Fight Against Aids (ACLS),

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Meet Pastor Pirwoth – Weekly Inspiring Image

Behind Pastor Pirwoth, people who suffer from HIV-AIDS tend crops on a farm purchased by a collective of more than 20 local churches in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Created by Christian Association for the Fight Against Aids (ACLS),

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Meet Pastor Gaspard – Weekly Inspiring Image

In a remote village church in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Pastor Gaspard is updating the congregation on the progress of the translation of the Bible into their language – Mono. His dark suit contrasting with the beautifully hand made

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Meet Pastor Gaspard – Weekly Inspiring Image

In a remote village church in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Pastor Gaspard is updating the congregation on the progress of the translation of the Bible into their language – Mono. His dark suit contrasting with the beautifully hand made

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Jubilation – Weekly Inspiring Image

Laughter and exuberant applause erupts from the congregation at a Sunday morning service in Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The pastor, who normally preaches in Swahili, has just told a Bible story in their heart language – Nyanga.

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Jubilation – Weekly Inspiring Image

Laughter and exuberant applause erupts from the congregation at a Sunday morning service in Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The pastor, who normally preaches in Swahili, has just told a Bible story in their heart language – Nyanga.

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Those Eyes – Weekly Inspiring Image

This gorgeous little girl lives in a village near Lake Albert in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Once known as Zaire, this huge and troubled nation is still recovering from what some people call “Africa’s World War”. A

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Those Eyes – Weekly Inspiring Image

This gorgeous little girl lives in a village near Lake Albert in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Once known as Zaire, this huge and troubled nation is still recovering from what some people call “Africa’s World War”. A

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