Not Easily Broken

A person learns where to go and what to do in order to find food when he or she is desperate. In many areas in East Africa, that means going to a camp or food distribution center for emergency relief. These programs are very helpful in times of crisis, but they are not without consequence.…

More than Agriculture

Why is it strategic to immediately dedicate ourselves to agricultural development? It is estimated that only 2% of the arable land in this region of East Africa is being farmed, and the people are still living at a subsistence level that makes them vulnerable to famine. 95% of the population depends on agriculture. Currently, this region of East…

Triumphs and Trials: Dan’s report

The final week in South Sudan we conducted the big “Godly Governance and Administration Training”. This training is designed to teach over 70 principles related to government policy and societal values which are necessary to encourage development.  The first day of training there was more than 40 participants.  The second day of the training started with only…

We’re Heading to Pibor in 2015

We are excited for recent events that have opened the door for our first visit to the Murle tribe this winter. Dan was still in South Sudan when the request from General Yau Yau came through, “Can you send someone to help us with agriculture,” he asked Rev. Orozu. So we sent word back that…