Earlier this year, Paul’s family, who live on the border of Kenya and Sudan, were attacked by the Taposa tribe that he was ministering to.
What God is doing in South Sudan
My heart is overflowing with joy to tell you Zechariah’s story of how God has recently saved him from a life of spiritual and physical despair.
The elderly African chief said to native missionary James Nyika, “We are the Tauso people; our name means “the forgotten”.
Two large tribes fought a deadly battle in front of the little Tauso Village that our Ends of the Earth missionaries ministers in. The sound of machine-guns fired in every direction and people ran for their lives.
The Southern Sudanese have voted to become an independent nation. After 25 years of brutal war that claimed the lives of 2 million Southerners, the South has voted in favor of splitting Sudan in two, making South Sudan Africa’s 54th country.