Pastor Samuel Muderhwa
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  • Bukavu South Kivu
  • Congo, The Democratic Republic Of The
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PCR

PEACE AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION, (PCR)

is locate in eastern of D.R.Congo, as NGO which was created by Pastor Samuel and his wife Faida.
the mission, vision, target, objective may be founding in website, http://www.peaceconflictresolutionproject.webs.com
we need who may be interest to support our works.

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At 12:21pm on 1st mo. 25, 2013, Jim Johnson said…

I just realized that, for some reason, my last post to you did not make it through.  Of course I would like to be your friend and stay in touch with you.  Thanks for the greeting and for your comments.  I have read your profile.  You are doing good things about wich I would like to learn more.  Best regards and in Friendship, Jim

 

At 7:55am on 2nd mo. 5, 2011, Rita Juse-Cirkse said…

Hi Samuel,

Nice to meet you!

I'm not sure about our collaboration possibilities, as I live in Europe, isolation and poverty.

The only way for now would be to hold you and your mission in the Light.

 

In Friendship,

Rita

At 8:59pm on 8th mo. 21, 2010, James Miller said…
Hi Samuel,

A belated response here, as I'm only now joining in the QuakerQuaker conversation. At any rate, thanks so much for the kind greeting.

In Friendship,
James
At 10:02am on 7th mo. 1, 2010, Rosemary Gould said…
Dear Samuel,
Thank you for the thanks! I would be interested in learning more about your work. I will read your website.
Blessings,
Rosemary
At 2:14am on 7th mo. 1, 2010, Thea Pollock said…
I thank thee for thy blessing Pastor Samuel. I am a Conservative Quaker.
In our Jesus, Thea
At 5:24pm on 6th mo. 3, 2010, Steve Donachie said…
Always glad to meet a Friend. Just curious, what good works are you referring to?
At 3:19pm on 6th mo. 3, 2010, Jan Lyn Lewis said…

Hello Pastor Muderhwa,
Thank you for greeting me. It is good to learn about your mission and I wish you well and send a prayer to you today for it.
I also enjoyed looking at your photos.
In Friendship,
Jan Lyn
 
 
 

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