Tag: Democratic Republic of the Congo
| Pray for Kathy and Dr. Tim Rice, meeting needs and training doctors and nurses in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

The Rice’s vision is to train the next generation of Congolese doctors and nurses in Christ-centered, whole-person care, empowering them to use the limited resources available to restore life and health across the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Their desire is to facilitate worldwide partnerships, enabling health professionals to participate in mutual exchange of expertise at the Vanga Evangelical Hospital and elsewhere in the world.

| Pray for Jill and Mike Lowery ministering in the name of Jesus to the people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Mike serves as pastor of the International Church of Kinshasa, which has a long history of serving English speakers in the capital city. Jill works with Mitendi Women’s Center and Mitendi Primary School, ministering to marginalized and vulnerable young women and children.

| God smiles in Vanga

Anabell Quast is a short-term volunteer on extended assignment in Vanga at the Vanga Evangelical Hospital. God is smiling all around her, in her new environment in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

| Pray for Katherine and Wayne Niles serving the needs of people in the name of Jesus in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Wayne serves with IMA World Health in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Katherine serves with Congolese Christian health professionals and grassroots community leaders. Their goals are to reduce Congo’s maternal and child mortality rates by developing solutions to common health problems using cooperation, local resources and the Word of God.

| Only $10,000 still needed to complete construction of the Mitendi Primary School. You can help open the doors!

Please help complete the school construction by May 31 so 660+ Congolese children can receive a quality education in a Christian environment.

| Pray for Dr. Bill Clemmer and other health workers in Eastern Congo providing care to Ebola patients in the midst of continuing violence.

Dr. William Clemmer, who is leading the IMA World Health Ebola response in the region, visited the hospital shortly after the attack and talked to staff, who expressed fear and discouragement.