Nebobongo Hospital Overview
E4 Project Overview
New Land Cruiser for Nebobongo
Celebration Ceremony for New Pediatric Ward at Nebobongo Hospital
The Legacy of Dr. Helen Roseveare in Nebobongo
Nebobongo Primary School
3 Missions to Gabon, Africa – Bridge Community Church
Nebobongo Water Project
Pastor Jacob Mouele
Hope House Fun.
Project Sunset in the DRC.
Overview of the ministry opportunities in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The installation of the PK27 Guard House at the property. Jacob, Todd and Dan with a helper assembled the pre-fab building which was put together by the Grove City Alliance Church team last summer.
Video of the widows at the sewing center in Gabon working and singing worship songs together. The women pay dues to have access to the sewing machines for their own sewing projects, or they work on projects where they are paid by the ministry for the job completed. We are currently working on a more strategic plan for the women with our partner ministry, Bon Samaritan.
The purpose of the Hope House Children Sponsorship Program is to raise support from individuals to help cover the cost of the children’s basic necessities (food, shelter, clothing and education). Donors will have the opportunity to sponsor the children at Hope House through a monthly donation of $38 USD. Our goal is provide funding to cover all current and future children taken care of at Hope House.
Don Wilcox, E4’s Director of Development, recounts his experience on his first mobile medical clinic in Gabon, Africa with the Fellowship Alliance Chapel Team.
E4 Project’s Gabonese partners outline their desires for PK27. PK27 is a 65 acre social outreach campus for the ministries represented by OSPAC.
Jacob and his family in Libreville, Gabon sharing a song before dinner.