Republic of South Sudan

Population: 10.6 million (estimate)
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  • Total area: 619,745 sq. km. over twice the size of Poland.
  • Landlocked
  • Capital:  Juba (and largest city)
  • Became independent from Sudan 9 July 2011

Religious Diversity

  • Numerous different ethnic groups who are mostly Christian or follow traditional religions

2prayEmploy the scripture John 8:32 as you pray for South Sudan!

Praise and prayer requests:

  • Praise God for protecting our staff team since our evacuation from South Sudan in 2016, until now.
  • Praise the LORD for the ongoing discipleship ministry in the refugee camps in northern Uganda.
  • Praise God for providing funds for staff team’s repatriation. Pray for successful repatriation, scheduled 17-28 May 2021.
  • Pray staff and family resettlement back in South Sudan after almost five years will be smooth. Pray the children will readjust well to the new environment, especially those born out of country.
  • Pray God will enable our staff team to develop their ministry partners who will invest funds to sustain them and the ministry.
  • After five years there’s huge gap in ministry on ground. Pray the ministry will pick up quickly and partnerships with churches and other organizations will again advance the Kingdom of God in South Sudan.
  • We do not have an office now. Pray we can find a place to rent.   Pray God will provide funds for building an office on land we bought years ago.
  • Pray the ministry in the northern Uganda refugee camps will continue. 
  • Pray the peace in South Sudan will be sustainable.

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  • From the mid-1950s, even before Sudan shook off its colonial yoke in 1956, the southern Sudanese were chafing for more rights. Sudan had an unusually clear fault line, reinforced by British colonizers, with the southern third mostly animist and Christian and the northern part majority Muslim and long dominated by Arabs.
  • The southern struggle for independence became a full-fledged rebellion in the 1960s and then again in the 1980s, and the Sudanese government responded brutally, bombing villages and unleashing militias that massacred civilians and enslaved southern Sudanese children. Many of the same scorched-earth tactics associated with the crisis in Darfur, in Sudan’s west, in the mid-2000s, were tried and tested long before that in southern Sudan.