The children occasional leave notes for Kiffanie on my desk along with a request that I save them for her to read in the future.
Harp and Hammers DRC Fact: Religious beliefs in the Democratic Republic of Congo often blur together–a family may practice aspects of Christian traditions alongside indigenous tribal rituals and customs. In a 2007 survey, 50% identified themselves as Roman Catholic, 20% as Protestant Christians, and 13% as followers of Kimbangism. 11.5% follow indigenous belief systems exclusively, and 1.5% are Muslim. The remaining 4% is is made up of communities of Jews, Hindu’s and followers of the Bahá’í faith.
Atheism is rare in the DRC.