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FOWM #247 – Disciples Making Disciples in DR Congo

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Disciples Making Disciples in DR Congo

Make and Deepen Disciples is one of the five mission priorities of the ECC, and Serve Globally is committed to partnering with churches to do exactly that across cultures and around the world. Thousands of people in the Democratic Republic of Congo continue to come to Christ and need intentional efforts to deepen their faith.

Reverend Jules Mboka, president of the Communauté Evangélique de l’Ubangi-Mongala (CEUM), or the Covenant Church in DR Congo, is committed to genuine discipleship among CEUM members. Under his direction, the CEUM has proposed a plan to make 1,800 disciples who make disciples in two years!

Integral to this vision of CEUM-wide discipleship is the development of contextualized biblical and worship resources. Two popular booklets, Liturgy and Teachings for Believers (Mateyo na Bandimi), for pastors are essential resources to guide them in their ministry as they lead worship services and train new believers. After continual requests for these two booklets, the CEUM wants to reprint them and make them available to every pastor—which is no small feat as the CEUM consists of more than 1,900 churches sprawled across miles of rough terrain. Distribution of these booklets to every region will also be a challenge that requires funding for fuel, maintenance, and delivery.

Will you consider supporting the efforts of President Mboka and the CEUM in making and deepening disciples in the DR Congo? FOWM Project #247 gives you the opportunity to do just that. Thank you for your partnership in “making disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I [Jesus] have commanded you” (Matthew 28:18-20)