On the Road Again!

Recently teams from South Shore and Faith visited to Bongolo and rocked the roads. Well actually they repaired the roads using laterite. Laterite  is a naturally occurring gravel formed by the dissolution of primary rock. Located approximately 3 meters below the surface, laterite needs to be uncovered then broke up with picks, a task that South Shore from Mass and Faith from Ohio, gladly accepted. These 2 teams put their heart and back in it and got the job done. In a matter of a few days all the roads on the mission were repaired what a great blessing to the mission staff. They are coming by the truck load and Jumping for Joy!


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The Gabon Mission gets many visitors each year. Now with a Short Term Mission Office (STMO) in both Libreville and at the Bongolo Hospital, our visitors to the field have increased many fold. A group of YOUTH from Lancaster Alliance Church from Lancaster, PA were just in Libreville and kept Read more…