Set aside some time to PRAY, wherever you are. Join the church in the Sudans for this Sudans Prayer Focus. Introduction: Every year during October, PRAYER for the Sudans is highlighted at the SSNet (Sudan Support Netowrk). This eayr is no exception. We remember so well the International Day of Prayer for Sudan on October 2, 1999. A prayer team was in Port Sudan on that day. For this year Sudan’s prayer summit will be October 7-9 also at Port Sudan. Only difference is that this year it will be exclusively local Sudanese believers raising the banner for prayer. May […]
A large assembly of South Sudanese Christians including leaders of ten of their denominations gathered in Juba on March 15 for fasting and prayer in response to the violence that has rocked the African nation since mid-December. Acknowledging their dependence upon God’s care, the leaders denounced the senseless looting and killing carried out by warring factions following fighting that erupted on a military base in Juba on December 16. Those gathered asked for forgiveness of sins and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon the Church and the nation. Church leaders also called for counseling for individuals, families, churches, and […]
TSSM’s medical teams provide much primary medical care for many South Sudanese. Recent turmoil in the country has prevented the February 2014, medical mission trip.
South Sudan is predominantly Christian and churches, although small, are abundant. TSSM supports the training of South Sudanese pastors.
Displaced families receive aid in Juba, capital of South Sudan and capital of Central Equatoria State. Juba is the largest city in South Sudan.
Joyful children at play in Pibor, Jonglei State in eastern South Sudan, near border with Ethiopia. Pibor is connected to Akobo and Bor by gravel roads. There is also a single unpaved airstrip at Pibor.