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  • SSAI Lemture Dimitri church planter2.Nov 2017

    Motorbike Boosts Ministry Outreach

    December 15, 2017 | AIC South Sudan

    By Lemture Dimitri – I am a 51-year-old church planter working out of Juba in the West Bank region. I have the zeal to mobilize people to establish prayer centers and expand God’s kingdom. The work of church planting requires a lot of travel visiting the distant communities to win the people and gain confidence. … Read more

  • Primary School Still Going Strong

    December 5, 2017 | AIC South Sudan

    From the ministry leader I recently made a quick visit to Torit, South Sudan, to visit our partner Africa Inland Church’s Nursery and Primary School. Despite the fact that many of Torit’s residents have fled the country because of insecurity, AIC’s primary school is among the few schools that still operate in Torit. It’s amazing … Read more

  • Youth Trained Both Sides of the Nile

    November 22, 2017 | AIC South Sudan

    “We just concluded trainings for our youth leadership on both the East and West Banks of the Nile,” shared Juma, Youth Director in South Sudan. Juma goes on to share about three of the training events for youth. East Bank Region-Nimule One of the conferences in the East Bank region on the border with Uganda … Read more

  • Micro-enterprise changes women’s lives

    November 1, 2017 | AIC South Sudan

    Angi* Shares: I began my small business in front of my shelter. I sold tomatoes for almost a year but could not move to another place in a bigger market. Then in February this year our women’s director brought us micro finance funds from friends of Partners International in America. We asked God blessings upon … Read more

  • Refugees discuss the supernatural aspect of beatings

    September 5, 2017 | AIC South Sudan

    In addition to equipping the church leaders of South Sudan in this difficult time, one of the goals of Partners Horn of Africa Area Director is to encourage cross-pollination between our partnerships in the Horn of Africa, and what better way that to share training and skills between ministries. What better way than to bring … Read more

  • Micro-enterprise changes women’s lives

    September 1, 2017 | AIC South Sudan

    Nathalina writes: Greeting in Jesus name! I am a green vegetable seller. I began my business with money the women’s director brought from you people of God. Thank God for your giving hands. My business is simple. It helps meet our daily needs. I am now calling myself a caring mother because I am able … Read more

  • Where do we call home?

    August 9, 2017 | AIC South Sudan

    Latest on the refugee situation in the Horn of Africa– The ongoing political conflicts in South Sudan in 2013 and 2017 have claimed many lives, destroyed property and crops, and displaced hundreds of thousands of people. Most people sought refuge in Internally Displaced People Camps (IDP), or in refugee camps in a neighboring country (Uganda, … Read more

  • Relief/Refugee update in South Sudan/Uganda

    July 7, 2017 | AIC South Sudan

    We are grateful for your continued prayers and support for the situation in South Sudan and Uganda. On the June 20, 2017, our ministry partner in South Sudan (AIC) distributed food items such as maize flour, beans and cooking oil to 300 households across the border in Uganda. Beneficiaries were the most vulnerable in the … Read more

  • South Sudanese women — change agents, not victims!

    May 17, 2017 | AIC South Sudan

    On March 21, twelve women leaders in the AIC South Sudan Women’s Ministry met in the office of their director Mama Paula before leaving for the airport. They were on their way to a women’s leadership conference in Nairobi, Kenya. The AIC-South Sudan Bishop and several pastors encouraged the women and prayed for them. For … Read more

  • Relief for South Sudanese

    May 10, 2017 | AIC South Sudan

    Many of you gave generously to provide food for those suffering from fighting in South Sudan. Your generosity is saving lives, especially those of pregnant and lactating mothers, old people, disabled, and households supporting internally displaced people. This short report from our partner ministry in Juba and the photos tell a little of the story. … Read more