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Phil and Linda Byler, missionaries in Sudan
June 11, 2013 9:13 am
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Mountain peopleAmong the high mountains of northeast Uganda, there is a little known group of people called the Ik, or the Teus.  These people are caught in the triangle formed by the nomadic cattle herding Karamojong of Uganda, the Turkhana of Kenya, and Toposa of South Sudan.  Ten years ago, the group was totally unreached with the gospel, but now a light is beginning to shine in the darkness there.   Praise the Lord that our recent visit revealed small fellowships gathering in a few Cassels trip pix 065locations, excited about the reading of the first translated book of the Bible in their language!  Here Kingdom seed-planting is being done.  Pray for the seeds to sprout and produce much fruit for the glory of God!

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