If you like most people, you want your efforts in life to count for something. 84 years later thriving churches are found hidden in the jungle where medical missionary Dr. William Leslie ministered to tribal people.
Land for the Vanga mission was first cleared in 1912
Story By Mark Ellis
After crossing the Kwilu in 1912, medical missionary Dr. William Leslie went to live and minister to tribal people in a remote corner of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. After 17 years he returned to the U.S. a discouraged man – believing he failed to make an impact for Christ. He died nine years after his return.