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This is a brief report on my recent trip to the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It will give you a taste of what we are doing there.

Thank you so much to those of you who prayed for Kennedy and I during our recent trip to the Democratic Republic of the Congo. God was faithful and we saw over a hundred people come to Christ as I preached at several different churches in and around the city. Here is the link to one of those services if you are interested in seeing how they worship in the Congo. Kennedy was my translator.

During other church services, we also prayed for hundreds of people who were battling fear, worry, anxiety and depression. I felt before the trip that the Holy Spirit wanted to bring healing in these areas as we ministered. These are difficult days and it is easy to forget that God is in control, he has a plan for his people, and he has promised his peace which surpasses all understanding.

Part of the reason for this trip was to check in on the schools that we are working with. Kennedy and I visited four schools and I shared a brief presentation of the Gospel in several classrooms. There is no problem with praying in Congolese schools and I prayed with so many students!

I had several generous people who gave me some money to take with me on this trip. Because of their generosity, I was able to provide 12 $500 scholarships to the different schools. That $500 covers a big chunk of a year’s tuition for needy students. The DRC is one of the five poorest nations in the world. What a blessing it is to be able to help young men and women receive a quality education in spite of the challenges that they face.

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