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It’s Sunday: Can you help hold the rope?

We are planning a trip to Maban area of South Sudan later in June.  Will you hold the rope and pray?
We are planning a trip to Maban area of South Sudan later in June. Will you hold the rope and pray?

 

Quick post today:

Here are major prayer needs for our Chadan team.

Please share with your church family and friends.

When you pray, you’re holding the rope.

When you pray, God works.

Pastor Edward Dima of Kaji Kejie, South Sudan. Edward is president of our Baptist Convention of South Sudan. Pray for he and his wife and children.
Pastor Edward Dima of Kaji Kejie, South Sudan. Edward is president of our Baptist Convention of South Sudan. Pray for he and his wife and children.
Prayer needs
  • Maridath Lane joins her husband Robert in Warrap State, South Sudan this week.  Pray for safe journey and for their precious boys,  Shep and Roscoe.
  • Our team member, JD Hull, is with the Lanes. Continue praying for his learning Arabic.
  • South Sudan   work in IDP and Refugee Camps both in SS and along the borders. 
Pray for Bentui Refugee Camp in Unity State, South Sudan.
Pray for Bentui Refugee Camp in Unity State, South Sudan.
  • Juba IDP  Later this month, I’ll be bringing our leadership team to Juba and we’ll go into IDP Camps as security and conditions allow.
  • Kakwa   We’ll travel with two couples from our Louisiana home church to work with the Kakwa.
  • Adjumani    We will be at Adjumani Camps during September. 
  • Chad     Our company is seeking to lay a foundation for work in Chad.  I believe some of you reading this letter will be part of this work.  I return to Chad in August with our Kaabong Echelon Team.
  • Chad is about twice the size of Texas.
    Chad is about twice the size of Texas.
  • Finishing Strong  In the remaining months in Africa,  DeDe and I want to finish strong and do our jobs “as unto the Lord.”

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Thanks to all of you who prayed for DeDe and me during my sickness.

I feel better than ever.  Am still pacing myself but excited about upcoming work.

My sickness truly drove me to my knees.  I’m thankful.

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About Curt Iles

I write to have influence and impact through well-told stories of my Louisiana and African sojourn.

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