Posted on: 22nd July 2021
CMS missionaries David and Prue Boyd have served in DR Congo over several decades. They have lived through the refugee crisis following the Rwandan genocide, outbreaks of Ebola and cholera and natural disasters. Despite the unknown status of Coronavirus in DRC, they were eager to return and continue their ministry. When David and Prue Boyd returned […]
Posted on: 8th June 2021
CMS missionaries David and Jenny Juniper are waiting to begin their ministry in DR Congo. With their departure delayed due to the Coronavirus, they have found other opportunities to serve God’s people. They share how God has opened a door to serve on Christmas Island while they wait. “Now I want you to know, brothers and sisters, that […]
Posted on: 24th May 2021
CMS missionaries David and Prue Boyd have ministered in DR Congo for many years, but due to COVID and other complications write this from Australia. They are clear about the risks and costs, but are praying that they might return to location. Here David explains why. Life can take some unexpected turns, as billions have […]
Posted on: 24th April 2017
The fragile nation of DR Congo has many needs – and many opportunities to show the love of Christ in practical ways. CMS missionaries David and Prue Boyd and Graham and Wendy Toulmin share how they are working to care for a struggling people.
Posted on: 17th July 2015
Graham and Wendy Toulmin are new CMS missionaries. They will be serving in DR Congo, where Graham will be running a dental training school. They shared this update about preparing for work in DR Congo.