Jesus said, “Whatever you have done to the least of these My brothers and sisters, you have done to Me.” The Greek word that Jesus used for “least” literally means shortest. Mbuti Pygmies are the shortest people on earth. More relative is the essence of the meaning of the word “least”. Mbuti Pygmies are the poorest, most malnourished, most sick (malaria, Typhoid, TB, parasites, etc.) and have an average life expectancy at birth of only 18 to 24 years (lowest on earth). This site is dedicated to My little brothers and sisters and their Positive Change.
LOVE IN THE HEART OF AFRICA
A photo-gallery showing scenes from the life of Don and Jenya Foster made by In Touch ministries staff.
In a remote part of the Democratic Republic of Congo, each day brings uncertainty for missionaries Don and Jenya Foster. But they set about their work anyway, knowing that violence, illness, and cultural barriers won’t stop them from sharing the love of Jesus. The Fosters have found success using the In Touch Messenger Lab to preach the gospel in the native languages of the Congolese, in particular Mbuti Pygmies, a disadvantaged people group.
View the full photo-gallery at https://www.intouch.org/read/content/love-in-the-heart-of-africa