By Sr Elinda Moron SSPS
Sr Elinda Moron
I am a missionary assigned to a village called Kindege, about 500 kms from Luanda, the capital city of Angola. Only heavy-duty vehicles can reach Kindege. Thank God, there are no land mines, only friendly people waving at us as we pass by. In war-torn Angola, I have seen and felt God’s unconditional love, which goes beyond race, culture, age and gender. The people of Kindege are very peace-loving, caring with a faith in God that can move mountains. “Deus e grande” (God is great) is what they always utter in both painful and joyful situations.