In February, 2016, the DRC released the first of what was to be several small lists of families being given permission to bring their children home. We were so thankful to be on that first list, although it seemed our case was still not moving forward well. So, we decided to travel to Kinshasa, and do everything we could in person. We ended up staying a bit longer than anticipated, and missed Easter at home, but in the end – it was so worth it. Two and a half weeks after arriving, we came home to unite our family – finally and wholly together.
Thank you, Jesus.
Our prayers continue for the many, many families still waiting to bring their children home from the DRC. Some progress has been made, but it continues that children who already have families and homes are not being allowed to travel to join them. We pray that VERY SOON, all of these children will be forever united with their families.
We also pray for the DRC, and for all that God is up to in their midst. Political transitions, empowering the people, and inspiring new creation paths for the future Congolese – God is doing a new thing…