In the late 1800s, while many had visions of the economic opportunities that the Congo provided, others were inspired by the huge population who lived in ignorance of the love of God proclaimed by Jesus Christ.
The night was dark and stormy. August is still the dry season, but a tropical electrical storm accompanied by lots of wind was bearing down on Kikongo.
Tomorrow, it will have been a month since my return home. Daily, I’m grateful. My heart is warmed to be back to my old pursuits and passions, living, ministering and sharing life with friends who are special.
The Kikongo Women’s School prepares pastors’ wives to meet the demands that will be placed on them as key members of the church and to carry out their own valuable ministries.