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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 […]

A Celebration of Lights

It was late Thursday afternoon, six days into installing solar power, lights, and plugs in the compound. The last problem was fixed and everything was working. One of the team members asked, “Can we have a celebration party?” “Absolutely!” was the answer … and the planning was on! Gabriel talked to all the helpers to […]

A Light in the Darkness

“Since the outbreak of conflict in 2013, South Sudan has been confronted with many challenges, particularly large population displacements, chronic hyperinflation, civil unrest and food insecurity.” (UNICEF South Sudan/2016/Rich) The already fragile education system has deteriorated significantly. According to a June 2018 article from Sudan Tribune, 2.2 million students have dropped out of school since […]

Newsletter: July 2018

July is known as the month of hunger in South Sudan. For several years LWCT, with the assistance of Baptist Global Response has provided emergency food to sustain the communities around Akot until the September harvest is ready. This July Akot Christian Ministries was able to provide food for the hungry from their locally stored […]

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. […]