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Phil and Linda Byler, missionaries in Sudan
December 22, 2009 10:49 am
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lopit 023Two days in the Lopit Mountains were filled with multiple people connections. The bumpy four hour car ride early Sunday morning to the Lohotok community was shared with the family of a visionary leader of the church. We participated in the service at the church, hiked up to the mountain village to visit “our” AIM missionaries, and shared with others who are ministering there on a short and long term basis. Praise God for the work that is going on there and the peacemaking that happened amongst those “ready to retaliate” for cattle raiding. Our return trip on Monday was “packed vehicle” but we rejoice that we only had one flat tire and one hassle at a police checkpoint!

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