FOWM 231 Sawmill For Congo

FOWM 231 Sawmill For Congo

Despite the limited resources available to them, the CEUM continues to make an impact in the Ubangi region. One of the ways they have been able to help is through the work of the two sawmills owned by the CEUM. The sawmills cut lumber that is used to build houses for families, churches for worship, tables and desks for school children, beds for patients, and bridges that allow people to safely cross rivers and streams. In addition to all the ways the mills have helped the community, they have also provided the church with a small source of income.

Within the next year, five churches in the Ubangi region are hoping to build permanent structures. Construction will raise the demand on the use of the sawmills, which are beginning to break down because of their constant use. They are in urgent need of repair so that the churches are able to complete their construction. The CEUM has asked Friends of World Mission for donations to help repair these mills as the replacement pieces to fix them are costly and must come from America.

Thank you for your generous gift to FOWM #231, which will help the church in Congo repair their mills while allowing them to continue to build up their community.

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