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Phil and Linda Byler, missionaries in Sudan
November 28, 2010 2:50 pm
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For over two decades, the passion of Russ and Lyn Noble, our AIM missionaries here in Torit, has been mother tongue literacy. People who first learn to read in their mother tongue, are thereafter much better able to learn to read in a second language. The Nobles just finished another two week training course for village literacy teachers. We attended the closing celebration and spoke a few words of challenge. May their sprouting readers find their literacy ability drawing them into the WORD of God.

November 28, 2010 2:46 pm
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Pastor Ramadan and I are prepared to drive 100 km over some bad-to-terrible roads to deliver these 20 cartons of Samaritan’s Purse children’s Christmas packs. His church is in Arilo, Sudan on the north end of the Lopit mountain range. The packs should bless about 240 children with some Christmas treats, toys, and clothes. We pray they also are touched by the love of the Christ child.

November 25, 2010 9:51 am
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Paul and Mark are the Sudanese young men we (and some of you) have been sponsoring for the past four years in their secondary education. They have now completed S-4 and are on their way back to their unreached Toposa people and home village of Mogos. There they will be in the top percentile of general education as well as Christian experience. They go as missionaries to their own people. Please pray for them and for the Toposa people. Paul and Mark have great potential for Kingdom building!

November 20, 2010 6:52 pm
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Our missionary friends, the Masse’s with Make Way Partners, dedicated the first phase of their children’s home in the bush a few miles outside Torit yesterday. They are collecting orphans from the LRA atrocities as well as from other wars and bringing them together for physical and spiritual nurture.  Pictured with Linda are Abigail Masse and two daughters of Pastor Peter and Beatrice, little Linda and Peace.

November 20, 2010 6:49 pm
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Deborah, our newest missionary from Korea, has a heart for Sudanese orphans and vulnerable children. Assistant Bishop Sarafino, also in this photo, began a street boys ministry for the Toposa boys in Torit. Deborah is now working alongside him. Today they distributed blankets along with meals, English lessons, flip flops, and sleeping mats. The boys cook for themselves and sleep in this church building behind the boy with the yellow shirt. The Toposa are a large unreached tribe near the Kenya border. Now we have an inroad for the Gospel with a few of them.

November 1, 2010 10:04 pm
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Our western games are seldom conducive to the African mindset. Jenga is a great exception. Easy to learn, challenging and fun to master. We made 30 completed tiers before collapse on this one. Can you beat that?

November 1, 2010 9:59 pm
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What a joyful return to our home in Sudan. Two days after MAF dropped us at our gate, Chris and Tabitha were married in our AIC church. Chris is an AIM missionary previously in Sudan, now in his home Australia. He married a daughter of a longstanding family friendship here is Sudan. What a joyous occasion. The entire church family along with Chris, Tabitha and their family GLOWED as once again the Love of God transcended!

November 1, 2010 9:55 pm
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We’ve come to love our visits to Boston. Mostly because Steven and Christine and now Eben welcome us with so much love and enthusiasm into their North Boston apartment. Boston is clean, beautiful and an accessible city to visit. We again enjoyed exploring the historic harbor district, the downtown business centers, the State House, and the Boston commons and gardens, endeared to many by Make Way For the Ducklings.  We spent our last weekend in the U.S. for this memorable visit on the Maine Coast at Winter Harbor. We are so blessed!