Hope and Healing in War-Torn Congo

In 2002, Congolese Daniel Kasereka worked for a well-respected hospital in the town of Nyankunde when tribal fighting broke out, resulting in the horrible massacre of thousands of people. MAF pilot, Dave Jacobsson, evacuated Daniel just as he was about to be killed. These events led to Daniel founding the Christian group Organisation Evangélisation Intercession and Liberation (OEIL) with the purpose of ending war in Congo by using God’s principles of forgiveness and reconciliation. Today, Daniel has trained hundreds of pastors and witnessed lives radically changed, including the chief of Nyankunde who attended one of the first workshops. Mission Aviation Fellowship supports the organization by flying pastors for free to workshops in far-off locations.