The security situation in Luanza is still tense, so please continue to uphold our brothers and sisters there.
I have been able to visit the refugee camp again this week, which has more than doubled in size since November. There are now over 13,000 people there, including many believers from assemblies in Congo. They now gather within the camp every Sunday to remember the Lord and preach the gospel. They don’t have access to bread or wine, so broken biscuits and juice are used instead. It was sad to meet people there that we know, godly brothers and sisters who have served the Lord over many decades. The all sufficient Christ was preached in the gospel, and we had a time of Bible teaching following the breaking of bread.
We were able to provide gospel literature and work with the believers there to organise a program for evangelism and pastoral care within the camp.
Despite their suffering, nothing could hide their evident joy in the Lord.