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TSAMAHA Bienvenu loue le Seigneur en mafa -TSAMAHA Bienvenu is praising the Lord in Mafa – TSAMAHA Bienvenu a slèberdè Zhiklè a da’i mofa

TSAMAHA Bienvenu

Ndav nga a wuffè te man Zhiklè m’woy nga…m’va nga nshèffè a mèdèp.

Nous nous réjouissons parce que Dieu nous a aimé…Il nous a donné la vie éternelle.

We rejoice because God loved us…He gave us eternal life.

Un temps pour se former: L’Institut Universitaire de Développement International (IUDI) au service du développement intégral et durable

L’Institut Universitaire de Développement International (IUDI) porte à la connaissance du grand public qu’il offre un cursus académique riche et varié, de la licence au PhD. Il offre également des cours d’habilitation à diriger les recherches dans le cadre des études postdoctorales. Son mot d’ordre demeure : formation pour transformation. Les cours sont disponibles en français, anglais, espagnol, arabe, et bientôt en chinois (mandarin) et dans les langues africaines. Il bénéficie désormais d’un solide partenariat académique avec une vingtaine d’universités et organisations collaboratrices situées sur six continents. Les filières subséquentes sont actives : Développement International, Administration des Affaires, Sciences de l’Éducation, Études Interculturelles, Études Linguistiques, Médecine, Agroforesterie et Théologie (sciences bibliques, théologie systématique, histoire de l’Église, missiologie, théologie pratique, religion et culture, théologie holistique, musicologie et musicothérapie). Ci-dessous, nous vous proposons l’œuvre musicale de Joseph Mbock (Edéa, Cameroun), l’un des alumni du département de musique et musicothérapie de l’IUDI. Il vient d’ailleurs de faire sortir un album complet que nous vous encourageons à acheter pour le soutenir.

Pour vos inscriptions, veuillez tout simplement cliquer sur le lien suivant et remplir la fiche en ligne : https://iudi.org/application et le nouveau Directeur des Admissions, M. Célestin DELANGA, se mettra à votre service.

Cordialement,

Prof. Moussa Bongoyok, Président de l’IUDI.

The University Institute for International Development (IUDI) brings to the public’s attention that it offers rich and varied academic training, from bachelor’s to Ph.D. It also offers postdoctoral research supervision habilitation courses. His watchword remains training for transformation. Classes are available in French, English, Spanish, Arabic, and soon in Chinese (Mandarin) and African languages. It now benefits from a solid academic partnership with some twenty universities and collaborating organizations located on six continents. Following departments are active: International Development, Business Administration, Educational Sciences, Intercultural Studies, Linguistic Studies, Medicine, Agroforestry and Theology (biblical sciences, systematic theology, Church history, missiology, practical theology, religion and culture, holistic theology, musicology, and music therapy). Below, we present the musical work of Joseph Mbock (Edéa, Cameroon), one of the Department of Music and Music Therapy alumni at IUDI. He has just released a full album that we encourage people to buy to support him.

For registrations, please click on the following link and complete the online form: https://iudi.org/application, and the new Director of Admissions, Mr. Célestin DELANGA, will do diligence.
Regards,
Professor Moussa Bongoyok, President of IUDI.

The Prayer of Habakkuk

  • In what ways COVID-19 has impacted the local economy and even spiritual life negatively?
  • What do we learn from Habakkuk in such challenging times and how do we apply these lessons to our individual and collective lives?
  • Joy must characterize the life of a follower of the Lord Jesus Christ. If there is no joy in your daily life, please watch as there is certainly a spiritual leak. Ask yourself these diagnostic questions: Am I complaining often? Do I have the tendency to blame others for almost everything? Do I talk to myself negatively? Do I dwell in my past successes or failures? Do I resist to change? Do I want to please everybody (which by way is am impossible task)? Do I doubt God’s wonderful plan for my life? Do I neglect my Bible study, church attendance, and prayer life? I am hiding to commit sin or life my life like an ungodly person without a respectful fear of God? Am I jealous? Am I envious? Am I afraid of what will happen to me given my current life circumstances? Bring these issues to the Lord in prayer and your will enjoy His peace and joy.
  • Prof. Moussa Bongoyok

Amour inconditionnel – Samuel Traoré

Le témoignage de l’Ivoirien Samuel TRAORE mérite d’être connu de tous les fils et filles du continent africain et du monde. Orphelin et aveugle, il a refusé de subir les assauts de la vie et du négativisme. Il a nagé à contre courant. Aujourd’hui il est chantre, prédicateur, formateur en musique et en informatique, coach en développement personnel et en techniques de communication. Par-dessus tout, il est un modèle et une source d’inspiration pour une jeunesse africaine en quête de repères. Pour en savoir plus, veuillez consulter le lien original: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vpln5LJiObk

The testimony of the Ivorian Samuel TRAORE deserves to be known to all the sons and daughters of the African continent and the world. Orphan and blind, he refused to endure the assaults of life and negativity. He swam against the current. Today he is a singer, preacher, music and computer trainer, personal development coach, and trainer in communication techniques. Above all, he is a role model and a source of inspiration for African youth searching for benchmarks.

REWBE TINIIBE UEEC-Douala/ On tuuba, Yesu baadi loraago- Repentez-vous, Jésus revient bientôt – Repent, Jesus is coming soon

Giimol Rewbe Union des Églises Évangéliques au Cameroun (UEEC) haa Douala dow ko windi nder Luka 17:34-37. Chant exécuté par les femmes de l’UEEC de l’église de Douala sur la base de Luc 17:34-37. Song performed by the women of the Union of Evangelical Churches in Cameroon, local church of Douala, based on Luke 17:34-37.

Va va na a Bi nga – Let us give to our Lord – Donnons à notre Seigneur

Dimèsh m’vi skway a Zhiklè a ganzavar Mafahay, a n’gècè ndalinga. Chant d’offrande accompagné de la harpe Mafa et au rythme de la danse ndalinga. Offering song accompanied by the Mafa harp and to the rhythm of the ndalinga dance.

Souvenir: « Habitants de la terre…mettez-moi à l’épreuve » du regretté N’Guessan Emmanuel, chanteur ivoirien

Eternel des Armées à toi toute la gloire!

DIMESH N’TSI RAY A GED HERKEDA GEDAM TELEBA – PRIERE CHANTEE EN FAVEUR DE l’HUMANITE (EN LANGUE MOFA)

Ceci est une prière composée et chantée par Priscille et Moussa Bongoyok en langue mofa (ou Mafa), langue parlée par les Mafa, pour implorer la grâce divine sur l’humanité en ce temps de pandémie du coronavirus. Ce chant a été exécuté au rythme de Ganzavar (harpe traditionnelle Mafa) dans le comté de Los Angeles en Californie (aux Etats-Unis) le 30 Mars 2020 à 18h57, heure locale.

This is a prayer composed and sung by Priscilla and Moussa Bongoyok in the Mofa (or Mafa) language, language of the Mafa people group, to implore divine grace on humanity in this time of the Coronavirus pandemic. This song was performed to the rhythm of Ganzavar (a Mafa traditional harp) in the Los Angeles county in California (in the United States) on March 30, 2020 at 6:57 pm local time.

WHO WILL LIVE FOR THOSE WHO NO LONGER HAVE HEADS? A shout in the desert of International Community

You didn’t hear… or did you hide willingly under the bed of abstraction?

Maybe you did hear about Boko Haram and other terrorist movements in action…

But, you see, your geography professor told you as did your musician,

With all the calm and seriousness of an academician,

That Kousseri, Maroua, Mora, Tourou, Moskota, Koza, Ouzal, Mozogo,

And other localities or infrahuman countries must go,

Because their humanity index is so low, and,

They are located on an unknown planet, the land of tomorrow.

Why worry about the future

While one calmly drinks today’s culture?

 

Maybe you didn’t see what is happening on social media as your soul became a taro…

Because, above all, you must set your economic priorities right to beat the antihero

And accumulate as much power and things as you can carry in your empty barrow.

Your business professor told you so, with his academic sombrero.

Your financial advisor is such a genius so different from the harrow

That you gather things, things and more things, and the great dinero.

You eat power, power and more power over bones without a marrow.

Aren’t they mere keys to your success today and tomorrow?

Your eyes can’t see while you dream to be the next pharaoh

And, after all, your neighbor is just a dried arrow!

 

Who will cry for those who no longer have heads?

Who will become a shelter for those who no longer have beds?

Who will eat for those who can no longer smell the odor of fresh breads?

Who will bring joyous colors to lives painted in multiple reds?

Who will tell Europe, America, Asia and others, that Boko Haram spreads

Faster and deeper than the swiftest fighters and meds?

Who will act? Who will dig? Who will lovingly address the roots

Instead of relying solely on boots?

 

Oh! I wish you and I were the recovered triumphant shouts of the voiceless!

Oh! I wish you and I were the beautiful tears of the tearless!

Oh! I wish you and I were the real wealth of the resourceless!

Oh! I wish you and I were the reconstructed ramparts of the powerless!

Oh! I wish you and I were the regained smiles of the hopeless!

Oh! I wish you and I were the lost but found face of the faceless!

Oh! I wish you and I were the living image of the divine rock for the baseless!

Oh! I wish you and I were the real value of lives so priceless!

Regardless of our religious backgrounds, we are all humans;

Would you and I actively navigate against the currents and stop treating others as subhumans?

 

Moussa Bongoyok, PhD

Professor of Intercultural Studies and Holistic Development

President of Institut Universitaire de Développement International (IUDI)

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