A sower went out to sow . . .
A Word from Curt
Whatever it takes.
That’s our job on sowing gospel seed in Africa.
When you see dirt, throw seed.
These are the men and their wives who are sowing Gospel seeds across South Sudan and its borderland refugee camps.
The past three days have been spent in Ugandan refugee camps where churches have been planted and lives changed. We were there to visit these dedicated pastors and encourage them.
They encouraged us.
Handing out audio Bibles to Refugee Camp pastors.
At one of our most challenging camps, Boroli, we distributed solars audio players in Murle and Arabic.
DeDe’s friend Juliet called today, “They are listening to the Bible all over the Camp. Everyone is so excited to hear the word of God is the languages we understand.”
DeDe with Desire Grace Anyovi in Adjumani, Uganda
It’s common to see tree limbs in the roadway designating a disabled vehicle or road work ahead. We call them “African Road Flares.”
Sankofa Cafe in Gulu, Uganda.
“Sankofa” means “don’t forget the past.”
This is a timely term in the Gulu area. This is the area from which Joseph Kony and his infamous “Lord’s Resistance Army” (LRA) sprang forth.