Crisis of Confidence

Not Poverty. A Crisis of Confidence. I have been working in Africa for almost 30 years. I have been responsible for missional projects and ministry […]

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Richard and Delphine

Richard and Delphine want to say thank you. Last month, for the first time, Bobanganza clinic received solar light. Every room in the clinic is […]

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Congolese Christmas

How does the Christmas story end? We certainly know how it begins. Picture the image of Jesus in the manger and quickly the biblical story […]

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Power Will Be Restored!

A Zulu Dam Update For years, PCP has been engaged in efforts to bring clean and sustainable electricity back to Karawa Hospital by restoring the Zulu […]

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Give Them a Voice

Pope Francis’ recent visit to Africa continues to prompt dialogue. Despite continued instability and outbreaks of violence in Congo’s neighboring country, the Central African Republic, […]

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Light ’em up!

We are excited to report that 63 solar lighting systems have arrived at their final destination and are currently being installed at hospitals and clinics. […]

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Stark Contrast

The string of lights sparkled across the Congolese field. “Mondele!” noted my host pointing to members of my team behind each of the flashlights forming […]

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When Healthcare Hurts

When Healthcare Hurts was the topic and a seemingly oxymoronic phrase. How can healthcare ever be hurtful? Yet this was a key theme of the […]

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Not Just Paris

by Meritt Lohr Sawyer, Executive Director The haunting news of the ISIS attacks on Paris echo at every turn this week –  in the news, […]

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Drought

I live in California, currently the land of navy showers and crispy landscapes. For four years we have endured the drought.  It has parched our […]

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