A Strategic Response to a Desperate Need
For more than 15 years the Democratic Republic of Congo has been ripped apart by the deadliest conflict since World War II with a staggering death toll of 5.4 million. It is now considered one of the least developed countries in the world. Because of its massive size and lack of infrastructure many of DR Congo's interior provinces have had no access to Bible school training, leaving only a handful of trained pastors for millions of people.
The Congo Project is a strategic initiative that is making a difference in this devastated nation as we bring critical Bible school training into DR Congo’s remote, war-torn interior—to train national church leaders where they have never been trained before.
KINDU — In 1980 Pastor Kalungu Kongolo and his wife sensed that God was calling them to go to the remote province of Maniema in DR Congo’s vast jungle interior. They left their home, their extended family and the life they knew […]
GOMA — On a recent trip to Goma we were able to catch up with Pastor Timothée (pictured above with his wife and daughter next to Bill Shaw), who recently graduated from our Bible school extension in Goma. Two years ago he planted […]
“We are excited to be training missionaries to reach the pygmy tribes of the Kutu, Inongo and Kiri territories to the north.” Rev. Moïse Beyumu Academic Secretary Nioki Bible School Extension
Since graduating from the Mbandaka Bible School, many alumni have gone on to lead successful ministries, plant new churches and use their gifts and training to reach the lost and disciple new believers. To date, more than 100 have graduated […]