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Our Plenty Can Supply Their Needs

Most of the people on our Christmas list do not need or lack anything. However, there are many people in the world who have a tremendous lack of the basic necessities of life. Have you ever asked why God allows some to have more than they need, while others are suffering because of lack of […]

Global Hunger Sunday

This Sunday, October 14th is a day set aside to honor God by considering the enormous number of people suffering from lack of food in the world. “How can feeding people bring honor to God”, you ask? In the center of South Sudan, a nation with chronic food shortage, 750 primary students receive a nourishing […]

Pastor Peter’s Story

“I was just thinking how blessed I am”, posted Peter Malual on Facebook along with a picture of himself plowing in his church garden. When I read this, I wondered if I would have been thinking I was very blessed, if I had to work that hard in temperatures reaching 110 degrees to produce food. […]

Welling Up to Eternal Life

Monica rises very early every morning, before her 7 children get up. She sweeps the dirt around her tukel (mud hut) with a bush limb to clear her compound of snakes and scorpions. She walks for an hour to the nearest well to pump water for her family. She hurries back to make tea for […]

Marks of Warrior

Marks of Warrior Traditional practices of the Dinka culture are fascinating. Scarification is one of those practices. Scaring is done for cosmetic reasons for some, but for a Dinka Agar boy it is part of the initiation to manhood. On each boy’s forehead will be cut 6 horizontal lines that mark him for life as […]

Transforming Culture by Tangibly Showing Christ’s Love

Transforming Culture by Tangibly Showing Christ’s Love By the time we walked from the airfield to the ACM/ALP Compound, I was dripping with sweat. Afternoon temperatures of 107 are not unusual in March. The 4-classroom school building, built in 2017, stood in stark contrast to the thatched roofed structures still used for grades 1-4. Indoor […]