DPDO Vision Statement:
The Diocese of Lango aspires to have a Godly community that is healthy, economically empowered with equal rights and opportunities, and living fulfilled lives.
DPDO Mission:
Diocese of Lango is part of the Anglican Church, commissioned to carry out Christ’s Mission of empowering communities to challenge factors that contribute to social imbalances by way of capacity building, resource mobilization, lobbying, advocacy, and networking.
DPDO Goal:
The DPDO goal is the reduction of rural poverty and our focus in on food security and household income, literacy, health, education, civil rights, and equal opportunities. The challenge is to help the communities reduce, prevent, and cure the underlying causes of social imbalances.
Credo statement:
We are a team committed to improving the quality of life of those in need. We strive to uphold the teachings of the Church of Christ through initiatives which seeks to restore and preserve human dignity.
We aim to act as a catalyst, helping to change visions into realities through encouraging, nurturing, and supporting such initiatives to achieve their goals and attain their independence.
Always keeping in mind our inherent accountability and integrity, we respond with innovations, flexibility and enthusiasm to whatever is asked of us and endeavor to bring joy to those we serve.

Friday, January 18, 2008

DOL 2008 Convention

On January 9-12, the Diocese of Lango hosted their annual convention in Boroboro. The intercessors from all over Lango started off the week by praying day and night around the convention grounds, offices, houses, and Cathedral.
Thousands of people flocked in over the course of the week to hear various speakers, including....

Topics addressed ranged from ...
Through the ministry of the convention, many people received prayer and and were healed, saved and ministered to.

While the conference was a great blessing to many, it did end with a very sad and tragic note.
Saturday night, a lorry full of attendees returning home to Acaba (?) flipped over. Four people died and around 70 were taken to hospital, some with very serious wounds.

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