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 request:

  • Praise God for protecting staff members from Covid. 
  • Praise  God for the recent ministry to orphans, Internally Displaced People (IDP) and the medical outreach. Over 130 people received Christ during the medical outreach.
  • Thank God for the huge successful mission in Western Equatoria State. Over a thousand people received Christ through JESUS film shows. Many witchdoctors burned their charms.
  • Thank God for our partnership with Episcopal Church of South Sudan training pastors and leaders in these dioceses: Juba, Wandi, Mundri, Maridi and Yeri by New Life Ministry South Sudan.
  • We are thankful peace is holding with warring parties working together under the revitalized government of national unity.
  • Thank God the humanitarian container from UNTO, giving support to staff and ministry.
  • Thank God our government relationship is good.
  • We are thanking God for opening doors for ministry in Nuba Mountains.
  • Ask God to provide resources:
    • To train leaders of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan.
    • For our office construction.
    • To help reach unreached people of Kachepo with the gospel.
    • To launch ministry in Nuba Mountains among the Muslim community.
  • Pray God will continue protecting our staff team from Covid. Many here don’t take precautions seriously.
  • Ask God to help us discover and develop ministry partners so our staff team can continue ministering .
  • Pray for the next medical outreach in Tali, among the unreached people. Pray many will hear the gospel and turn to Christ from idol worship.
  • Pray for good partnerships with churches and Christian organizations in reaching unreached people groups in South Sudan.

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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.