Sudan

Articles & Sermons

Use the filter below by typing in a topic or keyword to narrow your results.

Filters

Articles & Sermons

No votes yet
April 11, 2013
Women from the Mothers’ Union participate in a Bible study at a diocese-wide leadership workshop that incorporates health lessons. Photo courtesy of Darriel Harris. [Faith & Leadership] I often heard it during my time in South Sudan: “Let me tell you a story.” Bishop Enock Tombe and other leaders of the Episcopal Church of Sudan would say this before starting to speak, and through...
Tags: Sudan
Your rating: None Average: 2.6 (21 votes)
January 23, 2013
[AllAfrica.com via Anglican Communion News Service – Nairobi, Kenya] A panel of African civil society leaders, including Bishop Andudu Adam Elnail, were joined Jan. 23  by the former UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Sudan,  Mukesh Kapila, in urging African political leaders to use the upcoming African Union (AU) Summit in Addis Ababa to end the humanitarian suffering in Sudan...
Tags: Sudan
Your rating: None Average: 1.9 (21 votes)
January 22, 2013
[St. George's Episcopal Church in Fredericksburg, Virginia] “..Give a man a fish and he’ll eat for a day but teach a man to fish and he’ll eat for years.  Give a boy/man the right tools and there is no stopping him!” During 2012, the newest country in the world, South Sudan, has faced a border conflict with the Republic of Sudan to the north. The eruption of new...
Your rating: None Average: 1.7 (21 votes)
May 17, 2012
"But what do you do to cope?" I asked my new friend, Anne, who coordinates refugee programming in Kenya and lived in the Dadaab refugee camp for several years. Anne looked up at me with a child-like grin and sparkle in her eye. "In Dadaab, we dance. Every night, we dance." I saw this same resilience thriving across South Sudan, amidst the conflict, poverty, and desperate need...
Tags: Sudan
Your rating: None Average: 2.7 (19 votes)
November 23, 2011
An outspoken statement from the Episcopal Church of Sudan's Provincial Synod has called for an end to the executions of civilians, aerial bombings, and armed conflict - particularly the "cancer of the Western Equatoria State...the Lord's Resistance Army." In the statement, released Nov. 23, the synod called repeatedly called for peace, and an end to conflict, and stressed its...
Tags: Sudan
Your rating: None Average: 2 (20 votes)
November 2, 2011
Times are tense for North Sudan's Christians, said Episcopal Bishop of Khartoum Ezekiel Kondo, who was visiting the U.S. in October to meet with the Department of State and major nongovernmental organizations and to speak on a panel at an anti-genocide conference sponsored by Save Darfur. Since July 9, when South Sudan became an independent country, Christians in the majority Muslim north...
Your rating: None Average: 2.5 (14 votes)
July 22, 2011
Abraham Adiang Ajak, 29, was in the Abyei market when the attackers -- armed militia members mounted on motorcycles and Sudan Armed Forces units -- came in May. "I heard gunfire first and then saw them coming," he said. "There was no way of running. They were too fast." As Ajak fled south, he saw young children wandering alone, separated from their parents in the mad rush away...
Your rating: None Average: 1.8 (19 votes)
June 30, 2011
A Sudanese headmaster has made an urgent appeal for help after armed thugs broke in to his diocesan school and left a security guard dead. Headmaster Philip Gasim Logun plans to erect a permanent wall around Juba Diocesan Model Secondary School after six armed thieves raided the building school in the early hours of June 23. They brutally assaulted the security guard and then stole all the...
Tags: Sudan