Sunday, April 4, 2010
Thank you very much for your support together with our sisters in Christ who have sacrifice themself to support me.I am very glad and I will be praying for them together with you whenever I pray I will remember them that God will reward them with His blessing,since I have nothing and they have bring a joy in my heart. Please pass my glatitude and thank giving to them All which you have send their names to me,may God bless them.I have received the money today and God Bless you.I am now preparing for Exams and I know I will make it since God have done this great thing to me.
God Bless you ALL.
Rhoda yar Bol.
Sunday, March 7, 2010
I hope you are still strong in the Lord please pray for my people in Southern Sudan there is alot of problem concerning clans fighting and tribes our people are dieing for no reason. we are praying hard for God changes, there is no thing can change this behaviours except the word of God through the Holy Spirit.
With best regard may God bless you in all your daily activities.
Rt Rev Peter Bol Arok
Bishop of Twic East Diocese [A.C.S]Address: C/O po Box 56-20100A.C.K. Diocese of Nakuru KenyaTel No +254722934311Emails: email@example.com
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
If you are Sudanese, you are invited to pass along word to your blind and visually impaired friends in the Sudan.
Sunday, August 16, 2009
Johnson Ruach, of CRADA (Christian Relief and Development Agency) sent us this picture from Akobo. Johnson shared: "People waiting for food distribution ṭhe ratio is always one bag per 10 people. its very serious situation"
In the aftermath of the recent tragedy in Akobo (approx. 200 killed in one attack recently) some members of the Sudan Communion Prayer Group have felt led to respond by gathering t-shirts, yard goods (fabric), thread, sewing needles and fishing line, hooks and nets as these were the needs expressed by CRADA. If you have any of these items that you are willing to donate, please bring them to Christ Church or see Martha Holden, Sara Baker or Deborah Jerard. Sara can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Due to the climate in Sudan, it is preferable that all clothing and fabric be 100% cotton. If you feel led to contribute financially, funds will first go to shipping costs and the remainder will be spent on purchasing the requested items.
In addition to possibly donating items, the Sudan Communion group asks for you to consider praying for the Sudanese people. Our Collect asks us to pray for the "Sudanese, in the land of their birth and spread among the nations". If you feel led to join us in prayer, please join us at 9am on August 31st in the Geer Garden. If the weather does not cooperate, we will meet in the meditation room.
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
From Bishop Peter:
Dear Sarah Greeting and Thank for your concern for Sudanese problem since last Wednesday we were been mourning my own people had been killed by Nuer who came and attack the innocent people at Wangulei living 6 dead and other 30 wounded this people are from one section only this was before Akobo was attack on Sunday by Murle tribe which killed more than 185 including women and children it is very sad before the peace was signed in 2005 we were praying for peace hoping that the Country will be calm but the so call peace turn to worse our people are being divided by the politician.Please keep praying for us.With Thank God BlessBishop Peter Arok
From Rhoda Yar:
Dear Sister Sara,Thank you for the condolence you send to us and your prayers for the innocence people who have been killed in Akoba.I was in the examination that is why I did not reply you but I have finished now.I can said again thank you for your support for paying my course and God bless you.Jonson is near to the people he will tell you how you can help them.And I think the people have nothing to wear and no food .God bless you,Thank You,Rhoda Yar.
From Johnson of CRADA (Christian Relief and Development Agency)
I know and its very hard to put in place some of the requests. We (CRADA) with a support from our donors we are trying to move to Akobo for emergency intervention. You know the prolem in Akobo is not a single thing that can be eradicated in a time, but accumulative implications ranging from shortage of water and sanitation, lack of sleeping materials, and insecurity. All these are there and made it so hard to know which area to start with.
Currently we are working in taking in NFI, fishing kits to Akobo for the idps and we will see what other thing God will provide. Your contribution is a blessing, and may depend on what capacity and wht you feel so important in this situation especially if you shoulld provide used clothes, tents, fishing kits( ready silk) and any other support
The Burmath/Nyadit attack earlier this year made the community to move with nothing at all. You can see their house were burnt down, they walk without clothes to cover themselves and they lost all their properties. They are out in Akobo under tree without tukkuls. I may only aqsk God, if you should be allowed by your government to pay a visit and see by your eyes before deciding what support you should offer to these IDPS. Your prayer is more important too
Friday, August 7, 2009
Its really true that the killing in Akobo became massive. What is haappening in Akobo this year have never been happening in the fast year. Ạmost 1000 or more have died both starvation and gunshot. The mareng killing is so innocent and mostly children and women who are armless dependless. The numberis now coming to 207 yesterday and people still searcching for the restby beating drums and blowing horns and trumphets.
We kknow that you have been in the forefront and you have been supporting and comforying us through pray, we hope there still room for the people of Akobo to settle ans be calm. Currently there is no food, no enough water to drink and the sanitation is worseninng and the killing at the outskirt, its terrible, Oh God have mercy on us!
Peace and Love