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Curriculum “christening” in Congo

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Tshimika, Funga and Wiebe feast at MMHH in Kinshasa after the curriculum launch celebration.

Long-anticipated project dedicated

In March 2016, the MB church in DR Congo released a K–12 curriculum on Christian ethics from an Anabaptist perspective, launched with dedication events in Kinshasa and Kikwit.

Pakisa Tshimika of Mama Makeka House of Hope oversaw the project on behalf of ICOMB.

Heritier Funga, MMHH coordinator in Kinshasa, set up the meetings. Mwaku Florent (Kinshasa) and Delphin Kaputu (Kikwit) chaired the committee in charge of writing the material.


Mwaku and Tshimika (seated) present the curriculum with a local television reporter.

ICOMB executive director David Wiebe was present at the celebrations, where a copy was “baptized” and prayed over in dedication.





Read more about the curriculum

Baptized books

Congolese educators, church leaders gather for ICOMB consultation


Read more about Mama Makeka House

Congolese brothers in Christ build on a dream


The curriculum gets baptized

International Community Of Mennonite Brethren

Updated Dec 18, 2018: links added

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