Sudan and South Sudan

By faith, we see:

  • the Church in South Sudan committing to send missionaries.
  • the 130,000 people in Mabaan’s refugee camp reached with the gospel of salvation.
  • refugee believers returning to their homes and taking the gospel with them.
  • the people of Sudan coming to a saving faith in Jesus Christ.

 

Sudan and South Sudan

By faith, we see:

  • the Church in South Sudan committing to send missionaries.
  • the 130,000 people in Mabaan’s refugee camp reached with the gospel of salvation.
  • refugee believers returning to their homes and taking the gospel with them.
  • the people of Sudan coming to a saving faith in Jesus Christ.

 

Come and Serve

Equipping the Church for Missions

Teaching, discipling, modelling a faithful Christian walk in order to equip the church to reach their neighbours and the least reached for Christ.

Ingessena and Least Reached

This ministry proceeds from our conviction that no one should live and die without having a chance to hear, understand, and believe the gospel. Our aim is to introduce people to Christ.

Equipping the Church for Missions

Enseñar, discipular, modelar un fiel caminar cristiano para equipar a la iglesia para alcanzar a sus vecinos y a los menos alcanzados para Cristo.

Ingessena and Least Reached

Este ministerio procede de nuestra convicción de que nadie debería vivir y morir sin tener una oportunidad de oír, entender, y creer en el Evangelio. Nuestra meta es presentarles a Cristo a las personas.

Communities where Christ is least known

Refugee community

The county of Mabaan in South Sudan hosts 18 different tribes, who are all originally from Sudan.
Many of these tribes do not have any Christian witness around their home area. The refugees are being exposed to Christ and his Word in the refugee camps. Communities of faith are popping up in different places within the refugee camp.

Beyond borders

A Sudanese refugee who was in the camps in South Sudan was called by God to serve among his people in a refugee area in Ethiopia. In response, his host community in Mabaan, South Sudan, has now sent out their first two missionaries. This is a testimony that the church is looking beyond its borders and sending out workers into the Lord’s harvest field.

Prayers

1

Pray for Sudanese and South Sudanese churches to send out more missionaries across cultures.

2

Pray for each of the refugees hosted in South Sudan to come to faith in Jesus.

3

Pray for God’s shalom to overtake hearts wounded by decades of conflict.

4

Pray for strength for our team and that we would not grow weary.

5

Pray for our team to know that we are loved by God, not because of what we do but because we are his children.

6

Pray the Lord of the Harvest to send more workers into his harvest field.


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A cup of coffee is so much more than a person's preferences of milk or sugar. Inviting a friend to share a cup of coffee is inviting someone to share life, the highs and the lows, and everything in between.

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