Bongos need help.
Not drums. Bongo antelopes! Hundreds once lived in the forests of Kenya. Most died out.
Workers taught zoo bongos how to be wild. Many now live in a safe forest park. They are doing well.
Pray: Ask God to make your faith in Him strong and sure.
Read More: The first 18 bongos came from U.S. zoos. They had depended on humans for food and water. They had babies. Those babies were not taught to be tame. And their babies had even less contact with humans. The bongos released into the Mawingu Mountain Bongo Sanctuary are young and healthy. They can find their own food. They are mating and caring for their babies. Habakkuk 3:19 says, “God, the Lord, is my strength; He makes my feet like the deer’s; He makes me tread on my high places.”