A new generation of peacemakers for a war-torn nation
Ministry in South Sudan
Hope for the next generation in South Sudan
Not one child in South Sudan has grown up in a time of peace.
Instead, the children and young people of this troubled country have only known devastating civil war and brutal tribal conflicts. A recent spike of violence sent mortar shells into a refugee camp — killing terrified civilians, including innocent children. You can imagine how this senseless conflict, the fear and the uncertainty, could extinguish all hope in the hearts of young people.
Is there a better future for the children of South Sudan? Yes! You have an exciting opportunity to help invite Jesus — the Prince of Peace — into classrooms across South Sudan. The nation's leaders recognize that the future of the country lies in the character of its young people. And that's why they have decided to infuse public schools with biblical values and transform the next generation in South Sudan.
The Ministry of Education in South Sudan has asked us to equip all public school teachers with Bible-based, Christ-centred teaching skills. Bible League Canada has joined with CH Global and EduDeo Ministries to respond as a team.
Will you support the next generation
in South Sudan?
Will you help to address the desperate need to prepare teachers who are able to shape the next generation? Now is the time to take advantage of this unique opportunity in South Sudan.
Your gift of $45 or $60 helps equip teachers with training from a biblical perspective that makes classrooms a place where hearts can change and learning can flourish.
Please respond today to help provide training — from a Christian perspective — that will revolutionize classrooms and transform a nation. You can help shape an entire generation of young people and help change the nation of South Sudan!
About South Sudan
South Sudan, officially the Republic of South Sudan, is a landlocked country in north eastern Africa that gained its independence from Sudan in 2011. South Sudan borders seven countries, Ethiopia, Eritrea, North Sudan, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda and Kenya. The capital, Juba, is situated near the centre of the country.
Population: 12 million
Human Development Index: unrated
Life expectancy: 55.3 years
Religion: 60% Christian, 33% Animist (folk religions)