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The Sahel is where "Sand Africa" meets "Grass Africa."

What if . . .

 

The Sahel is the region of Africa where the Sahara Desert meets the Green Tropics.
The Sahel is the region of Africa where the Sahara Desert meets the Green Tropics.

What if . . .

What if you and your church decided to find the Uduk People.

As you can see from the map this group is located in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

 

You wouldn’t need a passport.

Just the courage, energy, and curiousity to go find the Uduk in the Metroplex.

What if  . . .

You could be part of an Uduk coming to follow Jesus.

And passing that new belief on to the home folks along the Ethiopian/South Sudanese border.

What if  . . .

There are those in this area that are working with unreached people groups.

I pray that the Uduk that live in the United States hear the Word of God and come to faith.

As result of their new life in Jesus, I pray that the Uduk believers will share the gospel with their families in Ethiopia, Sudan, and South Sudan.

Pray for the Uduk of the United States Affinity Bloc: Sub-Saharan African People Cluster: Nilotic Language: Uduk – (udu) Alternate Name(s):

Primary Religion: Islam Country: United States Also found in: Ethiopia; Sudan; Population: 375 Global Population: 20,875 Progress of the Gospel: Unengaged and Unreached Global Status of Evangelical Christianity: 1

Overview: The Uduk of United States, numbering 375, are Unengaged and Unreached.

They are part of the Nilotic people cluster within the Sub-Saharan African affinity bloc.

Globally, this group totals 20,875 in 3 countries. Their primary language is Uduk.

The primary religion practiced by the Uduk is Islam, a monotheistic religion built around the teachings of the Qur’an and of the prophet Muhammad.

Bible Translations: Available

Jesus Film: Not Available

Gospel Recordings: Available

Radio Broadcast: Not Available

 

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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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