Tag Archives: South Sudan

Read-a-Thon: Our Purpose

Our ongoing Bible reading has a dual purpose: To know Christ – through the reading of His Word To make Him known – through support of missions We have identified five projects of DOVE Missions Africa (DMA) that are in … Continue reading

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I Began to Cry

(Yes, the Bible reading is going on, but today’s post is different). I watched Dr. Brian H. Williams, a trauma surgeon who attended the wounded police officers in Dallas Texas, and I began to cry. “I do not understand why … Continue reading

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“For I Know the Plans…”

Do you enjoy planning? Comparing Western culture to African culture — overgeneralization acknowledged — the former is much more planning-oriented than the latter. And in this respect, I typify the Western stereotype just as much as Ibrahim typifies the African. … Continue reading

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New Nation – Open Doors

“Come over to Macedonia and help us” is all that the angel said to Apostle Paul in the Acts 16:9 vision. The beckoning to Southern Sudan seems much more emphatic. “This is a very young nation. We need to develop,” … Continue reading

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