How does the war affect our ministry?

This is a question that we are asked frequently. Although there has been no military battle fought in Akot, we are experiencing many setbacks as a result of the political crisis. The two sides that are warring for political control are lead by men from two different tribes. Tension, that has always existed between the […]

Christians Celebrate While War Rages in South Sudan

A week before Christmas an attempted political coup incited tribal violence between the largest tribe, the Dinka, and the Nuer. The Nuer are the second largest tribe, but are much less in number than the Dinka. Earlier this year President Salva Kiir, who is from the Dinka tribe, sacked his Vice President, Dr Riek Machar, […]

Thanksgiving Everyday

We are so truly blessed in this country. We have many many things to thank God for everyday. It is good that we set aside a day to reflect on the goodness of God. However, I am afraid most of us take much for granted. In most parts of the world life is much more […]

“Not” Lost Boys of South Sudan

Much has been written about the “Lost Boys of South Sudan”. The stories of hundreds of young boys, who survived the atrocities of a longstanding war and immigrated to the US, are indeed incredible. However, not much is known about the few boys who did not flee to¬†refugee camps in neighboring Ethiopia and Kenya. For […]

God’s Peace in the South Sudan

God’s Peace Peace has come to South Sudan with the end of the civil war. However, true lasting peace comes only through knowing The Prince of Peace, Jesus Christ.¬† Living Water Community Transformation has made a noticeable difference in the lives of the people of Akot, through our ministries of Pastor and Church Development, Christian […]

Spring Brings Showers of Blessings For Akot, South Sudan

“Blessed are those who have learned to acclaim you, who walk in the light of your presence, O Lord. They rejoice in your name all day long.” Psalm 89:15-16. The people of Akot are praising God for the changes in their community. The women weep as they talk about having schools that all of the […]