Back to School Woes

Here in the United States we are plagued with questions about school this year. Will the children return to classrooms like before? Or will they stay at home and learn by live teachers on Zoom or by video recorded lessons online? If they go back to classrooms we ask, “will we need to purchase uniforms […]

Urgent Need for Food

“In the middle of this month we gave out small food rations to a few families. The local churches identified the most vulnerable people in all the refugee camps. They are the disabled, old age, widows, and people living with HIV/Aids.The UN reduced the food ratio to 6 kgs per person per month. Recently they […]

More Precious Than Jewels

A Rare Jewel “God has the power to transform our lives from nothing to something great in His eyes for His glory, only if we yield our lives to Him and for Him,” says Joyce Muraa. I first met Joyce on my visit to the refugee camps in Uganda in January. I recognized that she […]

Once a Soldier, Always a Soldier

I first met John Deng in 2003, while leading our first medical team to Akot, South Sudan. We were helping an American missionary start churches by holding bush clinics in communities around Akot. John was the first of several young men being trained to tell Bible stories which would lead to church plants. John and […]

Were You There?

There they crucified him (Jesus), along with the criminals–one on his right, the other on his left. One of the criminals who hung there hurled insults at him: “Aren’t you the Christ? Save yourself and us.” But the other criminal rebuked him and said to Jesus: “Rmember me when you come into your kingdom.” Jesus […]

Does The Rain Have A Father

“Who cuts a channel for the the torrents of rain, and a path for the thunderstorm, to water a land where no man lives, a desert with no one in it, to satisfy a desolate wasteland and make it sprout with grass? Does the rain have a father? Who fathers the drops of dew?” Job […]