Kihomi and Nzunga preach in churches and serve through a variety of ministries. Nzunga teaches theology at the Christian University of Northern Haiti, trains assistant professors and administers a scholarship program for elementary- through university-age students. He manages the goat and pig projects for children, the clean water project for communities and the Cap-Haitian Eye Clinic. Kihomi works in counseling, women’s health, community health evangelism and economic development. She coordinates and advises the women’s association of the convention, representing women of all the Baptist denominations of Haiti at international conferences.
They write – From a human perspective, if there is a legacy that can be called the Nzunga legacy, it is the training of young professors at our University, the Universite Chretienne du Nord d’Haiti. Way back now, when I privately started with my first assistant professor, Rigard Charles, I had no idea that this program was going to go wild. When Rigard moved on to work on his Master at Central Seminary, the president of the university then, Dr. Jules Casseus, asked me to train Henri Claude Telusma. Today Henri Claude holds a PH. D from France and is the Dean of research and the founder of Center of research in Ethics and Anthropology in Haiti. Then came Albertus Phucien who has two Masters from France and getting ready for his doctorate in Canada. Meanwhile Albertus Phucien is heading the Master in theology program. Many young people have gone to further their studies overseas and are coming back to take over the future of this university.
Today all the schools that we have here: theology, Education, Agriculture, Fine Arts, Business Administration, Nursing, Master in leadership and English are eagerly training the professors of tomorrow in Haiti. The youth are assuming their role and their responsibility of training their fellow countrymen.
This year I am training three gifted young people in my Motivation class with 334 students. Looking at all those young professors today as they lead and teach at our university, our mind could not stop praising God for His wonders. We praise God for the missionaries He used to train us in Congo and now we can follow on their footsteps. We can say that our time in Haiti has not been in vain. This is our Thanksgivings.