Abigal and Chris Duman

"It's so good to see you feeling better," Chris smiled as I walked through the house with broom in hand. As I grow stronger by the day, I am thankful. Aside from keeping house, washing laundry by hand, and cooking with the limited supplies we have, I've worked on several projects. The need here is tremendous - I can't even begin to describe all of the need. The vacant places for laborers in the harvest.

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Frank Ricks
CFM Ventures Into Church School Construction

Tantine is a seven year old girl living in the remote jungle village of the Congo. Her parents accepted the Adventist message when Congo Frontline Missions preached an evangelistic series in her village. This girl has been faithful to her parents in supporting the family. She helps her mother to fetch water from the brook for family use, cook food and take care of her younger brother and sister. In spite of helping her family happily, Tantine feels that something is missing in her life. She can neither read nor write. The village does not have a school.

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Frank Ricks
First One Day Church in Bunia

The Adventist message reached the city of Bunia in 1954, when it was just a small village. Up to the beginning of this year, there was only 279 members attending the church every Sabbath. This is an extremely slow growth (about 5 members each year). In April this year, CFM started the program of training members to reach people for Jesus. Thirty members were involved in training. Mzee Morris was among those trained. After the training, he was sent to a small town called Centrale near Bunia city. The family was happy to leave their home village to preach the Three Angels Message to a dark town.

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Frank Ricks