Help Provide Training to Men & Women in the DR Congo Now

restore_final2Restoring Hope Ministries addresses the Congolese peoples’ underlying need for spiritual and emotional recovery. The Congolese church leaders are using a proven intervention of biblical trauma healing that introduces God’s Word to the deepest corners of the human heart.

train_final2Restoring Hope Ministries will establish the Training Center & Guest House at Dungu in DR Congo. The Center will provide post-secondary education for leaders elevating the level of skill and education required for trauma counseling, church leadership, and business development.

sustain_final2The DRC has an abundance of resources both natural and human to build enterprises that can support the Congolese peoples’ vision for their future. RHM will provide catalytic investment, both in money and capacity-building, to help propel individuals into self-sustaining activity through enterprise.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Announcing the Dedication of the New Training & Guest Facility: HOPE HOUSE

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Since Restoring Hope Ministries’ inception, the vision of our ministry has been much like the vision that appeared to the Apostle Paul in the night, where there stood a man of Macedonia saying “Come over to Macedonia and help us”. We were asked by the church in Dungu to help in restoring lives, training leaders, and developing sustainable solutions.

The Hope House will serve as the conduit to which the ministry work happens. As the Congolese move in a new direction after trauma healing, they are then trained up as entrepreneurs so that they can provide for their families and impact the trajectory of their lives, and the lives of their community.

Check out this video that captures the year in review and the dedication of the training center in Dungu.
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Meet Dr. Emile. He’s a local hero on the ground that runs the health clinic near the Hope House. Dr. Emile has a nurse’s degree but performs the work of a medical doctor by receiving instruction via text message from his mentor in Kinshasa on how to perform the procedure/surgery. Empowering local doctors and staff through additional training can help to restore health care and get individuals back to their jobs or school, with excellence.
Will you consider investing in additional training for partners like Dr. Emile?
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