The Seventh-day Adventist Mission President of the Central Africa Republic, Pasteur Elie Boromia offers motorcycles to three Pastors to facilitate thier mouvements.
It was in an atmosphere of joy that Pastor Emercy Abib Ndombeth and his colleagues Hervé Wirawile and Jonathan Mobia received from the hands of their Mission President the keys of 3 motorcycles. This equipment will help these Pastors to cover the long distances separating the groups and churches of their respective districts.
Indeed, concerned by the challenges Pastors are facing in fulfilling their duties in the Central Africa Republic, Pastor Elie Boromia, President of the Mission, decided to make motorcycles available for three of his colleagues, Pastor Emercy from Bouar district, Pastor Hervé W. from Berberati district and Pastor Jonathan M. from Mobaye district. This ceremony took place in the premises of the Mission on August 10th, 2017, and was chaired by Pastor Boromia in the presence of some of the Union administrators and even Church leaders from Bangui-Castor.
This vision of providing means for Pastors to be moving around their districts, reveal the importance the Adventist Mission in C A R gives to evangelism and demostrates their commitment to reach the farest communities by the messages of the three Angels.
Let’s support our Pastors in Central Africa Republic because the challenges ahead of them are serious; for some, they have to cover long distances before reaching worship places and for others, especially those in areas where rebels are constantly harassing people, and the most exposed, need our prayers.
Communication & PARL Department
UMAC – Bangui