A Congolese politician with Mennonite Brethren ties visited FPU.
Lumeya Dhu Maleghi, a member of the legislature of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, spoke February 12 on the main Fresno Pacific University campus. He had earlier represented the D.R.C. at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C., February 2-6.
Doug Kulungu (BA ’10) is concerned about his homeland. The Congo has been in the grip of civil war for more than 15 years. Not just soldiers suffer in this war; women are victimized by rape as a weapon of terror.Doug brings this horror to life in this edition of Scholars Speak.
Child abuse is a horror. But what happens when it is also a symptom of other abuse that can tear apart a country? That's what Fresno Pacific University student Doug Kulungu fears is happening in his native Congo. He addresses the issue and its implications in this Scholars Speak.
When Christians do not abide by the principles of Jesus, it makes it hard for them to convince nonbelievers or even bring them to Christ.
There's nothing like the voice of experience to remind us when we watch or read about famine, war and cruelty that we're talking about people, not percentage points. In this week's Scholars Speak Doug Kulungu, a student majoring in business at Fresno Pacific University, lays out what is happening in his homeland of Congo. Despite the pain, he does this in a spirit of hope that, as bad as life there is and has been, that awareness, work and faith can make it better.