Our Africa base is in northern Uganda simply because this is where the refugees from South Sudan began pouring into when civil war broke out in December of 2013. Previously we were doing four main things, village crusades, school assemblies, children’s ministry and leadership development. We had seen around 160,000 people...
Can you imagine if your country had been in almost continuous war for 65 years? That is the case with South Sudan. Is it any wonder that they don’t know how to solve disputes peacefully?
We are working among some of the poorest people on the continent of Africa teaching them to win their friends, relatives and neighbors to Christ and to grow life-altering discipleship movements.
Our leadership training is helping people become free from the bondage of animism. We are training people with biblical principals to bring hope and healing to their communities.
It is our privilege to empower women to be what God has called them to. And to overcome generations of negative input that is embedded in the culture. We encourage women to believe better about themselves than they grew up hearing.
South Sudan is the newest nation on earth. It has been in civil war off and on since 1956. This is an immensely important time in the history of this new nation and all of Africa. Gary and Louise Short are asking people all over the world to join with us in watching the nation develop and praying for peace and the spread of the Gospel. The future of South Sudan is uncertain, the prayers of God's people can make a difference. We are asking you to join us in daily prayer for all of Sudan and especially for the South..
The words of God the Father to Jesus, “You are my son. Only ask, and I will give you the nations as your inheritance, the whole earth as your possession.” (Psalms 2:8) Jesus accepted this call to be Savior of the world and as He was returning to the Father, He gave this assignment to his disciples, “I have been given all authority in heaven and on earth. Therefore, go and make disciples of all the nations…” (Matt 28:18-19)