Representatives of three organizations who work in the Central African Republic shared opportunities to help the war-torn country during a special presentation on Sunday evening, January 12, at the Winona Lake (Ind.) Grace Brethren Church (Bruce Barlow, lead pastor). Below is a video of the evening, shared with the generosity of the Winona Lake church. Appearing are Dr. François Ngoumape, who directs the Brethren Biblical Seminary in the Central African Republic; Barb Wooler, director of Project Hope and Charity, an orphan care ministry of Encompass World Partners; Mike Taylor, founder and director of Three Strands, which provides medical care in the C.A.R.; and Jim Hocking, founder and director of Water for Good (formerly ICDI), which provides water and sanitation needs in the country.
Encompass World Partners is sponsoring an International Day of Solidarity to pray for the Central African Republic. Click here for more information.