Brother Gerome K., a 19-year-old Muslim, testified that he received salvation through reading a Scripture portion saying that "Christ is God.". He joined a local church after receiving Jesus' Love.
Gilbert was addicted to drugs and other evil habits. When a team from the Alliance of Evangelicals of The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) met him, it was indeed the day of his salvation. “I could have died as a result of drunkenness, but I was given literature from World Missionary Press. I was told that God still loves me! From that moment on, I began to reason and made the decision to distance myself from evildoing. I will not go back. I am now in Jesus. If He had not sent these precious men to me, I would have died, not only physically, but spiritually.”
-Israel N., DRC
Proverbs 27:2 says, "Let another man praise you, and not your own mouth; A stranger, and not your own lips."
I'd like to give thanks for my dear friend, Samuel Murusi, who is New Covenant Missions' National Coordinator in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The last few years have been tough for many, and it has been especially difficult for the precious people of the DRC.
Nevertheless, Covid-19, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, floods, a refugee crisis, and scores of other calamities haven't stopped the Love of God from functioning through this precious servant. He and his team have continued to evangelize and disciple many in the midst of it all.
World Missionary Press Scripture booklets are a vital part of his ministry, and no one appreciates them more than this dear brother who is constantly sharing the Love of Jesus.
I encourage you to pray for Samuel and the beautiful people of the DRC, as the Holy Spirit leads.
Yours In Christ,
Ambassador Network Director
World Missionary Press
The Democratic Republic of the Congo, with approximately 90 million people, is the most populous officially Francophone country in the world, as well as the second-most populous country in Africa. Its capital, Kinshasa, is an enormous city—the third most populous city in all of Africa. In the past year, new doors have opened for WMP to send large supplies into D.R.C. to meet a growing cry for God’s Word. Centralized in Kinshasa, shipments carrying Scripture booklets in regional languages as well as in French are also destined for the southern and central regions of D.R.C. as well as Goma in the East.
Charma W. wrote from D.R.C., “The literature helped us a lot in the work of the gospel. We reached several villages and received many testimonies of the souls blessed through the reading of this literature and now the demand multiplies. Our brothers who collaborate with us in the distribution of these Scripture booklets in the villages demand even more because every day they get requests from people and churches for more Scripture! There is a great thirst for spiritual material and learning. World Missionary Press is much appreciated for bringing the gospel to a neglected population. Please send us literature for evangelism in French and Kituba.”
A new ministry partner from D.R.C. has requested WMP literature. “I don’t know how to praise the Lord of our harvest,” wrote Samuel M., “and how to express my joy to read your materials! I welcome all the evangelical materials you have, especially those in Swahili-Congo, Lingala, and French. (New Testaments and The Way to God should not be absent in the shipment.) As we are a church-planting and humanitarian ministry in remote areas, WMP materials are very important, and I believe God and you will be very happy when we begin working together. Again, I say thank you, and I welcome these materials with two hands!”