Emmanuel Ibengi

First post: Apr 30, 2019 Latest post: Jul 8, 2019
Congolese of origin, Emmanuel Ibengi was born in Bangui in the Central African Republic on June 6, 1993 of a couple of Pastor: Roger and Colette Ibengi, from the Evangelical Free Church of DR Congo. Victim of meningitis at the age of 3, Emmanuel suffers from the sequelae that touched his brain and following which he lost the language and other mental abilities.

For 23 years, his parents organized themselves to take care of him and at the same time of the work of God. Since they can both go out at once, one has to stay home for Emmanuel's care while the other goes to the Ministry. Thus, in 2011, Roger had left Colette for four months for the mission to Haiti after the earthquake.

This last time Emmanuel underwent intensive care in Kinshasa and manifested a positive change. But the breakdowns caused by their limited financial means do not allow them to follow Emmanuel's care until the end or to internate him in a psychiatric Center in order to undergo a rehabilitation.

The couple needs to send Emmanuel to a care center everywhere the Lord will offer them in order to invest in the harvest but their financial means does not allow it. They need your prayer supports.

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