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In June of 2020, when the entire world was locking down and staying home to avoid spreading COVID-19, thousands of residents of South Sudan and Sudan living near the White Nile river were forced to leave their homes. 

Angelina and her children were forced from their home in 2013 when the first tribal violence erupted in South Sudan. Angelina and her family ended up around 130 miles south of South Sudan’s southern border, in Kiryandongo Refugee settlement near Bweyale, Uganda. Last month, ITMI helped a team of believers from Juba, South Sudan equip pastors and leaders in Bweyale with a 3-day workshop. 

ITMI’s Steve Evers and Kent Reisenauer tell us all about their time in South Sudan, including: How they managed to get in and stay out of trouble, our partners’ “secret” of how they manage to stay spiritually healthy in the midst of trauma a jaw-dropping story from Lazarus’ past, and…

Vicky Waraka, South Sudan, Project Joseph

Food and the Gospel for Flood Victims in South Sudan

In June of 2020, when the entire world was locking down and staying home to avoid spreading COVID-19, thousands of residents of South Sudan and Sudan living near the White Nile river were forced to leave their homes. 

Bweyale Uganda, Lazarus Yezinai, Vicky Waraka

Angelina’s New Hope: Vicky, Lazarus and Team Share Hope in Uganda Refugee Camp

Angelina and her children were forced from their home in 2013 when the first tribal violence erupted in South Sudan. Angelina and her family ended up around 130 miles south of South Sudan’s southern border, in Kiryandongo Refugee settlement near Bweyale, Uganda. Last month, ITMI helped a team of believers from Juba, South Sudan equip pastors and leaders in Bweyale with a 3-day workshop. 

Our Visit to South Sudan, Podcast Episode

Our Visit to South Sudan, featuring Steve Evers and Kent Reisenauer (Podcast Episode)

ITMI’s Steve Evers and Kent Reisenauer tell us all about their time in South Sudan, including: How they managed to get in and stay out of trouble, our partners’ “secret” of how they manage to stay spiritually healthy in the midst of trauma a jaw-dropping story from Lazarus’ past, and…

THE DIFFICULTY OF LIVING IN SOUTH SUDAN IS CAUSING MANY TO SEEK ANSWERS.

Your gift helps our partners be there to answer the questions they are asking.

South Sudan, Refugees
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66% of the population of South Sudan is living on less than about $2 a day.

76.4% of South Sudan's population live below the poverty line. (2010 est)

4.3 million have been displaced from South Sudan. 60% of those are children.

WHAT YOUR SUPPORT DOES

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SHARE THE GOSPEL

By putting relief resources in the hands of our godly, faithful national partners, we open doors for them to share the Gospel in their communities.

MAKE DISCIPLES

Our partners' relief efforts are designed to create opportunities for growth in the Lord utilizing ministries already in place or connections with local churches.

PROVIDE TRUE HELP

Because we work with local believers who speak the language, know their communities and understand what is truly helpful, we can avoid many pitfalls that can be present with relief outreaches.

66% of the population of South Sudan is living on less than about $2 a day.

76.4%  of South Sudan's population live below the poverty line.

(2010 est)

HISTORY

In Touch Mission International has worked with believers in South Sudan for over 20 years (when the area that is now South Sudan was part of Sudan), bringing the Good News and encouragement to believers, preaching to military members and empowering the local church for its mission to reach their people for Christ.

Nursa stood, facing the congregation of her fellow believers who had gathered for an evening service in Juba, South Sudan. “God is Good,” she reminded them, and she illuminated how He’d been good to her personally. Nursa, a widow…

Meet 7 women who are not just thriving in tough circumstances, but encouraging and teaching others. ITMI’s Vicky Waraka equipped and empowered to open micro-businesses using Biblical principles of managing money.

God put the situation of 3 orphaned children living with their grandma on the heart of ITMI’s Jahim Buli, giving Jahim the opportunity to be part of the provision of school fees for these orphans in an unexpected way and from an unexpected source.

Steve Evers, Vicky Waraka, South Sudan

South Sudanese Widow’s Life Changed by Biblical Training

Nursa stood, facing the congregation of her fellow believers who had gathered for an evening service in Juba, South Sudan. “God is Good,” she reminded them, and she illuminated how He’d been good to her personally. Nursa, a widow…

south sudan, vicky waraka

7 Inspiring South Sudanese Women

Meet 7 women who are not just thriving in tough circumstances, but encouraging and teaching others. ITMI’s Vicky Waraka equipped and empowered to open micro-businesses using Biblical principles of managing money.

Giving Spotlight: American Widow May Go Hungry, but Provides for South Sudanese Orphans

God put the situation of 3 orphaned children living with their grandma on the heart of ITMI’s Jahim Buli, giving Jahim the opportunity to be part of the provision of school fees for these orphans in an unexpected way and from an unexpected source.

ITMI’s Jahim Buli shares the following with us as he continues to see God’s hand of leading and provision as the new church ministers in the stressed and overwhelmed country.

We touched a little on my “overheating” challenge in the Sudanese SPLA division military compound in our last month’s newsletter. If you will bear with me, I’m pretty sure that I need to share, as Paul Harvey would say, “the rest of the story.”

How A South Sudanese Restaurant Owner was Empowered to Give

ITMI’s Jahim Buli shares the following with us as he continues to see God’s hand of leading and provision as the new church ministers in the stressed and overwhelmed country.

What I Didn’t Mention Last Month About Overheating in Sudan

We touched a little on my “overheating” challenge in the Sudanese SPLA division military compound in our last month’s newsletter. If you will bear with me, I’m pretty sure that I need to share, as Paul Harvey would say, “the rest of the story.”