Contact Us:

Sr. Pastor Cyndi Higgins: pastorcyndi@run-away-brides-ministries.com

Sr. Pastor Cyndi Higgins: pastorcyndi@run-away-brides-ministries.com


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RAB AFRICA MARCH 2016 NEWSLETTER

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Pastor Milton, Rev. Blessings, Bishop Wilfred, Evangelist Nelson, and Evangelist Gervas in Mbeya, Tanzania, April 2016

Pastor Milton, Rev. Blessings, Bishop Wilfred, Evangelist Nelson, and Evangelist Gervas in Mbeya, Tanzania, April 2016, (left to right)


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RAB ON THE GO!

The RAB Africa Dynamic Dual are on the move!

The RAB Africa Dynamic Dual are on the move! Pastor Milton Wanyama, RAB Africa Coordinator and Bishop Wilfred Barasa, Kenya RAB Director, have boarded the bus!

March 2016: Lord willing, today marks another historic day in RAB Africa’s history. As our beloved brothers coming from two different East African nations board the rails of the highway and plan a convergence of their God-given Redemptive Gifts in the city of Nairobi, Kenya. They will minister RABs faith assignment of, “Bringing back the brides of Christ,” there for several days to hundreds of registered pastors and Christian Leaders.

Afterwards, by the grace of the Lord, they shall then move to Mombasa, the second largest city in Kenya where once again, by the Lord’s willingness, they shall minister RABs’ evangelistic manner of going door to door and visiting and prayerfully reconciling runaway brides of Jesus Christ back unto Him. There our RAB Hosts have planned evening Crusades as well for the youth and teens as well as the attendees and their families of the RAB five-day Conference.

After ministering there with no time to rest, with the grace of God our Father, they will travel almost the full east and west breadth of Tanzania and work for close to a week there with the beloveds who have planned RAB Conferences by day and Crusades by night before returning to their respective homeland. Pastor Milton Wanyama from Kampala Uganda and Bishop Wilfred Barasa from Moi’sBridge Kenya.

We welcome you in praying with us for them. Let us pray for our Lord’s divine health, divine strength, divine energy to be their portion. Let us pray that our Father who art in heaven, HALLOWED be His name—His kingdom come and His will be done on earth as it is in heaven—dispatch legions of warring angels to protect them and angels of mercy to minister unto them as well as their families and loved ones waiting for their safe return! Our Lord is able and willing to do all that we ask in Jesus holy name—thank you Father. Amen.

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RAB AFRICAN PROMOTIONS 2016 PASTOR MILTON AND BISHOP WILFRED

RABs African Coordinator, Pastor Milton teaching RABs

RABs African Coordinator, Pastor Milton teaching RABs

RABs Africa Coordinator, Pastor Milton Wanyama, giving RAB Director Certificate to Pastor David Divine, Kampala Uganda.

RABs Africa Coordinator, Pastor Milton Wanyama, giving RAB Director Certificate to Pastor David Divine, Kampala Uganda.

The Bugiri saints thank Pastor Milton with food: Jesus said in Matthew 10:7 "And as you go, preach, saying, `The kingdom of heaven is at hand. 8 "Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse the lepers, cast out demons. Freely you received, freely give. 9 "Do not acquire gold, or silver, or copper for your money belts, 10 or a bag for your journey, or even two coats, or sandals, or a staff; for the worker is worthy of his support."

The Bugiri saints thank Pastor Milton with food: Jesus said in Matthew 10:7 “And as you go, preach, saying, `The kingdom of heaven is at hand.
8 “Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse the lepers, cast out demons. Freely you received, freely give.
9 “Do not acquire gold, or silver, or copper for your money belts,
10 or a bag for your journey, or even two coats, or sandals, or a staff; for the worker is worthy of his support.”

Apostle Moses Bwire (white shirt) with RABs Africa Coordinator, Pastor Milton Wanyama

Apostle Moses Bwire (white shirt) with RABs Africa Coordinator, Pastor Milton Wanyama

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Uganda-Busiro-county-Namingo-district-with-their-RAB-Books-November-26-to-November-30-2015-with-Pastor-Milton-Wanyama-and-Pastor-Thomas-Shure

Bugiri-and-Ojolowendo-photos-with-Apostle Moses-holding-their-RAB-books after Pastor Milton Wanyama has taught RABs for a few days.

Bugiri-and-Ojolowendo-photos-with-Apostle Moses-holding-their-RAB-books after Pastor Milton Wanyama has taught RABs for a few days.

PROMOTIONAL CONGRATULATIONS

PASTOR MILTON WANYAMA

Named RAB Africa Coordinator

Congratulations Pastor Milton Wanyama we are so very glad to announce your promotion from East and Central Africa RAB Coordinator to Africa RAB Volunteer Coordinator. Pastor Milton’s spirit of excellence in all that he does shows its value in all the voluntary tasks he performs

for RABs. We are incredibly grateful and thankful to the Lord for preparing Pastor Milton’s heart before the foundations of the world for this faith assignment long before any of us existed. We are so very thankful to Pastor Milton for his infectious love of Jesus Christ and his honesty in all of his dealings inside and outside of RABs. RABs Africa directors and leaders will find Pastor Milton’s stress-free leadership easy to work under. He does not seek to build himself up, but rather King Jesus and His kingdom.

Many of you who are now in the RAB family working the faith assignment of “Bringing back the brides of Christ,” are doing so because of this Man of God.

Pastor Milton Wanyama has begun to work with other African nations outside of East and Central Africa and as he is led by the Lord, we will see the development of RABs in many other African nations. Please join us in congratulating Pastor Milton for a job well done and a promotion well deserved. We have many plans but the best plans are always those of the Lord. The plans of God cannot be thwarted and we trust in His good counsel.

 

 

 

 

 

Bishop Wilfred Barasa ordained as RAB Kenya National Director, January 31, 2016. Ceremony officiated by Bishop Saul Kisato, National Bishop Pentecostal Holiness Church in East Africa

Bishop Wilfred Barasa ordained as RAB                  Kenya National Director, January 31, 2016. Ceremony officiated by Bishop Saul Kisato, National Bishop Pentecostal Holiness Church in East Africa

Bishop Wilfred Barasa in the RAB Mission's field with Rev. Daniel Mahier, Kenya, East Africa

Bishop Wilfred Barasa in the RAB Mission’s field with Rev. Daniel Mahier, Kenya, East Africa

With a healing touch by Jesus through the prayers of Bishop Wilfred, a miracle for Rhoda manifested in a total healing! Praise the Lord!

With a healing touch by Jesus through the prayers of Bishop Wilfred, a miracle for Rhoda manifested in a total healing! Praise the Lord!

Bishop Wilfred and one of the Church Deacon's perform water baptisms outside of Moi'sbridge Kenya

Bishop Wilfred and one of the Church Deacon’s perform water baptisms outside of Moi’sbridge Kenya

PROMOTIONAL CONGRATULATIONS

BISHOP WILFRED BARASA

Named RAB Kenya National Director

Congratulations Bishop Wilfred Barasa we are so very glad to announce your promotion from RAB Director of Trans-Nzoia West County to RAB Kenya Volunteer National Director. Bishop Wilfred’s reputation of trustworthiness and integrity wherever he goes or has been remains stellar under many trying and tempting circumstances. We applaud Bishop Wilfred for walking under the mantle of Prophet and without guile humbly submitting himself to the relentless multitasking of a true servant-leader. We praise the Lord for Bishop Wilfred’s kind smile and gentle healing touch with all those he meets. Although his ministerial schedule is heavy, he takes the time to be a loving father to many children inside his home that have come to him and Diana in many different ways. He sets for all young men a good example how to love the Lord first with all your heart, all your mind, all your soul, and all your strength, and then putting all others above yourself including treating and loving your wife like the first lady of the household that she is. All positions within RABs are voluntary positions without payment for services, but Bishop Wilfred’s admirable work and service in the way he performs it, one would think he was the highest paid man in all the land of Kenya. We thank you Bishop for humbly receiving this promotion as we follow the leading of the Holy Spirit in this faith assignment, “Bringing back the brides of Christ.”

 

My sincere greetings to all RABS families and friends. Personally I appreciate you all for your ceaseless prayers to this Faith Assignment of bringing back the Run Away Brides of our Lord Jesus Christ back to him. As your Bridegroom, Jesus Christ lovingly waits for all of the church, His bride to return to His loving embrace.

 

I humbly give my vote of thanks to our International director, Senior Pastor of Barefoot Gardens Fellowship Ministries, Ada Michigan, Mama Cyndi Higgins for her tireless days and nights of prayers and support to make the end meet. The Lord has used his love, and compassion, through communication skills to bring hundreds of Run Away Brides of Jesus Christ in African Continent to His embracing arms. I cannot say it enough, but may the Almighty God richly bless her.

 

THE RAB AFRICA DYNAMIC DUAL: PASTOR MILTON WANYAMA AND BISHOP WILFRED BARASA--CONGRATULATIONS TO BOTH OF YOU!

THE RAB AFRICA DYNAMIC DUAL: PASTOR MILTON WANYAMA AND BISHOP WILFRED BARASA–CONGRATULATIONS TO BOTH OF YOU!

Bishop Wilfred Barasa in Kampala, Uganda during his visit in February took advantage of an opportunity and began teaching RABS.

Bishop Wilfred Barasa in Kampala, Uganda during his visit in February took advantage of an opportunity and began teaching RABS


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DONATIONS FOR BFG AND RAB MINISTRIES




CURRENT NEED: Special Humanitarian Fundraiser for our Somalia Team
FROM APRIL FIRST THROUGH JULY FIRST 2016, BAREFOOT GARDENS IS RAISING MONEY FOR OUR RAB SOMALIAN TEAM!

Dear Mum, Pastor Cyndi Higgins:

It is always a blessing hearing from you. You really encourage us. we must agree that it takes God to stay here and serve this community of seeming thankful people, I must say not all of them are “bad”, those who are bad are really bad whilst those who are good are extremely good. I mean God must be working in their lives to reveal Christ to them.

This place is extremely poor and marginalized. It’s like everything is seemingly impossible to come by hence making life a little expensive than living in the city as everything is imported from other parts of the country, which makes such essential goods and services extremely expensive. A midst all these challenges God has been faithful and merciful to the Somalis. I can’t count how many times our faith has been put to test here……several times I have been attacked by armed people while going about ministry work in villages……but apart from emotional hurts we always escape unhurt. This is what keeps us going: that the Lord indeed is with us—-this knowledge is sweet to the soul a midst insecurities and other challenges. As a team we have given up all that we are or have to God just to see an indigenous Somali church coming up and empowered to reach out to their own people with the gospel, until this is done, we will stay put even if it means dying at our duty post. Actually we are gaining ground here, it’s the doing of the Lord of the harvest.

We have been working as missionaries for almost 12 years now when the Lord laid it on our hearts to double up as pastors too, we are missionary pastors, nurturing and reaching out. We worked with a mission agency but our time ended and we decided to work with the church—to reach out and reconcile the runaway brides.

To answer your question, we don’t work with any humanitarian organization. We receive help from well-wishers: some of them know what we are doing while others God spoke to them to give us help especially supporting the irrigation farming and sports ministry here. This is how we manage ourselves here though such help is not monthly is once in a while as they are led. As missionaries we endure and wait upon the Lord of the harvest. He never fails though at times it’s extremely difficult especially where we are expected to pay high school fee for some of the converts who are orphaned or living beyond poverty line. I must say God is with us.

Challenges have strengthened our walk with the Lord of the harvest and soften the hearts of the Somalis towards the gospel. Keep praying with us for when we are weak then His power is made perfect in our weakness. We love Somalis too much and we will stay among them for a long while as His grace enables us.

Greetings from the fellowship here.

Shalom

YOUR SONS AND DAUGHTERS

Somali Field

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News from Uganda and Kenya East Africa——-January, February, and March 2016

 

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Bishop Wilfred Barasa Wafula–Ordained RAB Volunteer Kenya Director

JANUARY 2016

INSTALLMENT OF KENYA RAB NATIONAL DIRECTOR:

Bishop Wilfred Barasa holding his RAB Volunteer Kenya Director Certificate

Bishop Wilfred Barasa holding his RAB Volunteer Kenya Director Certificate

BISHOP WILFRED BARASA WAFULA

Sr. Pastor Cyndi Higgins, officiating the Ordination via phone

Sr. Pastor Cyndi Higgins, officiating the Ordination via phone

First, we would like to thank Bishop Saul Kisato, National Bishop Pentecostal Holiness Church in East Africa for his officiating this God-given promotion in ordaining Bishop Wilfred Barasa Wafula as RAB Kenya Volunteer National Director. The ceremony and celebration took place on January 31, 2016 at the Moi’sbridge Church, Bishop Wilfred oversees on behalf of Christ Jesus. Bishop Saul officiated as RAB Founder and International Director, Sr. Pastor Cyndi Higgins, via phone, prayed, blessed, and ordained our beloved Bishop Wilfred as RAB Kenya National Director. The remaining commissioning was left in the capable hands of Bishop Saul Kisato.

Dear Pastor Cyndi:

After reading your speech, I was able to install Bishop Wilfred Barasa as Kenya Director on your behalf. On behalf of the IPHCK Church in Kenya I promise to work with Bishop Barasa Wafula and Pastor Milton Wanyama, RABs Africa Coordinator. I believe through your prayer, we shall reach the unreached and the backsliders with the good news. I know Bishop Barasa as a good faithful man of God. I believe as we join together this year, we shall achieve much on RAB Assignment so continue praying for us. The devil is a liar!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UGANDA: RAB Introduction Seminar to the members of UMFIC—United Ministers Fellowship in Christ, Kamuli District, Uganda, East Africa

Pastor Milton Wanyama, RAB Africa Coordinator teaching RABS at Namasagali, Kamuli District, Uganda

Pastor Milton Wanyama, RAB Africa Coordinator teaching RABS at Namasagali, Kamuli District, Uganda

Pastor Augustine (black vest); Pastor Peter (tan suit); Pastor Patrick (black suit) pose for photo with Pastor Milton and some of the musicians.

Pastor Augustine (black vest); Pastor Peter (tan suit); Pastor Patrick (black suit) pose for photo with Pastor Milton and some of the musicians.

30 Pastors of the 44 Churches in Namasagali County attended--and listened intently!

30 Pastors of the 44 Churches in Namasagali County attended–and listened intently!

March 21, 2016

To dearest International Director Mum, Pastor Cyndi and the BFG/RAB USA Committee

I humbly take this opportunity to salute you for the prayers you always offer me, the support and the zeal for RABs ministries to gain roots in African soil. With my humble heart, I appreciate you so much. On Saturday 19th of March, RABs as a mission’s ministry has planted its roots in Namasagali County, Kamuli district. We had about 30 pastors of the 44 churches in the County. It was such a wonderful moment of truth of the word of God for the people to get to know how to bring back the runaway brides, for the preparation of the church to be ready for the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.

I humbly thank my God for the great work done. I took photos with Pastor Patrick in a black suit and red shirt with grey tie, Pastor Peter of western Uganda in brown suit, and Pastor Augustine in black vest, our ladies with the church member in the back are singers, at their home ready for the journey to Namasagali. Also other photos are for members in the church listening and receiving books as well. It was such a wonderful moment. Your prayer has made a difference. If not prayers, I am nothing before God and people. May the Lord bless you.

In Christ; Pastor Milton Wanyama,

RABs Coordinator Africa.

Washed out roads on way to Balupa, Kamuli District, January 23, 2016 "Pastor Milton," motorcycle taxi passenger

Washed out roads on way to Bulopa, Kamuli District, Uganda on January 23, 2016 “Pastor Milton,” motorcycle taxi passenger

Pastor Milton with his motorcycle taxi driver who safely delivered him to the RAB Meeting

Pastor Milton with his motorcycle taxi driver who safely delivered him to the RAB Meeting

The 45 churches of Bulopa attending leaders each received a FREE Copy of the RAB Bible Study book--teaching them how to 'Bring back the brides of Christ.'

The 45 churches of Bulopa attending leaders each received a FREE Copy of the RAB Bible Study book–teaching them how to ‘Bring back the brides of Christ.’

The RAB Teaching in process in Bulopa, Kamuli District, Uganda

The RAB Teaching in process in Bulopa, Kamuli District, Uganda

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

January 25, 2016

Dear Mama Cyndi:

Greetings from Uganda East Africa. As the whole nation is coming for election February 18th, the Lord has not left us like that.  We are still seeking for those who said ‘YES’ to Christ for salvation. For whatever reason many who said ‘YES’ to his proposal, left Him standing at the altar, waiting for them to be ushered back.

I managed to take a mission work to Bulopa county Kamuli district last weekend. Praise the almighty God, many pastors hugged together, and church leaders to hear the RABs teachings. A number of them loved the teachings so much that they requested me to go back again. RABs is going all over Uganda, East Africa and the rest of African countries and in the whole universe. Jesus Christ is around the corner.

I take this opportunity to thank the Lord for my hosting pastor, Patrick Mukisa, who made it possible to hold RABs in his county, together with pastor Sunday Patrick, the chairman of pastors Fellowship Kamuli district. May the Almighty God bless you abundantly. Above are some of the collection of photos, very wonderful and God caring people. The man in a brown coat is Pastor Patrick Mukisa. Above all, I thank God for this far. My vote of thanks goes to International director, together with BFG committee and the finance committee as well for the work done.

May our heavenly God richly bless you so big for loving our people and Africa.

I remain yours

Pastor Milton Wanyama, Africa RABs Coordinator

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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UGANDA REPORT

2014 RAB CONFERENCE

WITH RAB EAST AFRICAN DIRECTOR REV. GEORGE LUDISI

 

May 4, 2014

CENTRAL UGANDA (Kampala)

Dear beloved servant of GOD, I am indeed happy to see how our heavenly FATHER MOVED swiftly to make us succeed and bless our mission. In Uganda, many brides were ushered in, and prayed for all their needs. Pastor Aron and pastor Joseph did the work of praying for them. Testimonies on phone reveal the return of the brides and new converts are coming to JESUS in Joseph’s church. I have requested Pastor Joseph to give a report on how this mission has helped his Church, and I am sure he will do so. On the same note, I ordained leaders i.e. Evangelist Milton Wanyama Muwanguz, as RABs East African Coordinator. Pastor Joseph Ouma Wilson as the District Director, Kampala District and Aron Mukiza as RABs Director Burundi. I then ordained Pastor Denis Peter Muwanguz as the RABs Director Uganda. Pastor Clive Eve Nansereko as the Associate Director. Pastor Denis graced the occasion by opening and closing the conference. I gave them their certificates after which I delegated them duties to give the rest of the certificates and books to the rest of the participants.

They excelled well in handling the vision of RABs and teachings. We agreed that all African directors to come together at a forum at the end of June in Kenya to know one another and brain storm about the future development of RABs in East and Central Africa. All directors and participants were happy for the welcome note you wrote to them. They are very eager waiting to hear about the August conference. Uganda leaders requested RABs material to be printed in Kiganda. They wanted to know about preparations of your coming to Kenya. I did not mention anything because I have to get a word from you over the same first.

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BURUNDI REPORT

2014 RAB CONFERENCE

WITH RAB EAST AFRICAN DIRECTOR REV. GEORGE LUDISI

BURUNDI (Bujumbura)

 Dear sister Cyndi, praise God. I will forward photos and Milton too. After the conference we left to Rwanda on 21st of April. We left for the journey, Milton, I and Aron. Unfortunately, Milton was barred from entering Burundi by the immigration office because he didn’t possess a passport. You remember he had written to us for help and nothing was done about it. His passport needed to be renewed. We had to think what next! We called on Pastor Robert who came and took him to the Church where we were supposed to minister; Robert assigned him duties to evangelize in the church and in the area around while we took off with Robert to Burundi leaving Milton Behind. We ministered in Burundi and Congo DRC then came back to Burundi and Rwanda where we finalized on our mission Trip. I took care of Milton’s Passport. I gave him some funds to go and renew his Passport so that he will not miss in the next mission trips.

We had few events in Burundi since Pastor Aron was on our convoy. Much of the conference was done in the evenings. We did conference in Bujumbura on 21st, 22nd, and 23rd in the evenings. Photos were not clear because we did teach at night. However Aron took some with his camera and promised to send them to us. My phone took some though not clearly seen. Aron has a big church and 40 members (as you will see from the photo). He and his members requested to join EABFG. I told him that I will contact you first over the same. Ok that is all I can say about Bujumbura. Expect more reports twin.

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RWANDA REPORT

2014 RAB CONFERENCE

WITH RAB EAST AFRICAN DIRECTOR REV. GEORGE LUDISI

RWANDA (Rwamagana and Kanombe Districts)

 Hello my dear beloved servant of God Pastor Cyndi, we had two missions in Rwanda. One at Rwamagana and Kanombe districts. At Rwamagana, I taught RABs from morning to evening. The other day, I taught half day because we had to leave in the evening to Kanombe to get started teaching on 30th. Our hosts were Pastor Robert Jean Kinyatiro, Pastor Joselyne Batamulyza and Pastor Mushashi Gerardine. We held the conference in Joselyn’s church. I ordained three of them. Pastor Robert Kinyatiro as RABs director in Rwanda, Pastor Joselyne Batamulyza as the Associate Director and Mushashi Gerardine as the District Director Rwamagana. We also gave other certificates to ushers and attendants. In this district many people do not know Kiswahili.

So they requested in future the RABs material to be translated in Kinyarwanda (mother tongue). Language varies from district to district. In Kanombe we did not experience people having a problem in reading and understanding Kiswahili. They were comfortable when we taught in Kiswahili. In Kanombe I ordained Pastor Ruturwa Bizi as the District Director of Kanombe and gave him a certificate and some other two pastors. In Kanombe we did not have certificates to give to ushers and attendants. They requested us to produce more certificates and send to them. There is need for more certificates everywhere we went twin. In Rwanda many leaders wanted us to visit their churches though we did not get time to do that.

 

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DRC CONGO REPORT

2014 RAB CONFERENCE

WITH RAB EAST AFRICAN DIRECTOR REV. GEORGE LUDISI

 

DRC CONGO (Baraka and Tanganyika)

Dear Twin, I would love to brief you about our work in Congo. We held our conference in Baraka town. We were hosted by Pastor Christopher Munga. We were four of us from Burundi. Pastors’ Hezron from Uvira, Aron, Robert and me. We hired a taxi from Burundi to Uvira and then got four motorbikes which took us to Baraka. It was so difficult to get a vehicle which could take us to Baraka. The Road network is too poor and small vehicles cannot pass at all. There is only one road which links to the interior, a muddy road running along the lake. For our visit to Tanganyika it was very unfortunate for us that we travelled during the rainy season. We often were just stuck in mud with our motor bikes and would walk for some distance and then get back on. It took us almost the whole day to reach Baraka town. We really got exhausted on the way.

I bet that Jane didn’t join us on this mission trip as lazy as she is in walking, she could have it rough. Big (four wheel drive) trucks are the ones that ferry people and Goods interior. They load goods and then passengers sit on top of the goods. When travelling you’ll not be sure the day to reach your destination. We were told that sometimes guerrillas attack people on the way by stealing them of their money and leave them empty handed.

Twin, the road passes through a thick forest. Commuting trucks are given to soldiers by the government to escort them. In this respect motor bikes help a great deal in transporting people though they charge heavily. I’ll send photos for you to see.

Entering Congo we paid visa and we were checked thoroughly before allowed to pass. Reaching Baraka, we were then taken to the office of the chief. We filled out some forms and gave out our passport size photos. In Baraka we had two days to teach RABs. I tried very much to capture five lessons. The lessons were thrilling with many questions from participants. They were very attentive and could write notes.

We ended up the second day by ordaining Pastor Christopher Munga as the Director of DRC Congo. In Congo people understand Kiswahili though they requested the material to be translated in the largest Congolese Zairean language. Congo broke the record of participants, followed by Uganda, Rwanda and then Burundi last. Aron was in our company, I think that did not give him much time to prepare the conference for or with his people. Our mission ended then we left Brother Aron. Twin.

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