No Justice, No Peace

No Justice, No Peace

We read with dismay the news about the infusion of $1 Billion by the government of Qatar into the failing Sudan economy. We were saddened, not because we want the Sudan economy to fail, but that we don’t want to see the regime, which has ruined the economy, being strengthened. The government of Omar al [...]

More Cash for Killers

More Cash for Killers

It was announced today that the Gulf state of Qatar has deposited $1 billion into the Central Bank of Sudan. These funds are designed to take pressure off a free-falling Sudanese pound, currently trading at 8.65 to 1 on the black market, even though the official bank rate is 5.7 to 1. Sudan dictator Omar al [...]

Help for the Nuba

Help for the Nuba

Since June 2011, the Nuba people who inhabit the mountainous region of Southern Kordofan, Sudan, have been under seige. It’s not a civil war between opposing tribes, nor is it merely a “power struggle” between rival factions battling for supremacy. It’s a terror campaign against an indigenous African Nuba population who have lived in the hills [...]

The Two Sudans: The Problems are Linked

The Two Sudans: The Problems are Linked

[Editor's Note: David Phillips and Ahmed Adam have written a good summary on the present crisis in the two Sudans and how the problems are linked. Moreover, Phillips and Adam point out how Sudan's president, Omar al Bashir, is taking full advantage of the world's distraction with the crisis in South Sudan in order to intensify [...]

PPF Outreach to South Sudan Refugees

PPF Outreach to South Sudan Refugees

PPF recently partnered with Pastor Klero Onuha of Christian Vision for Development to assist thousands of IDPs (internally displaced persons) living in the South Sudan capital of Juba. The IDPs were provided flour, cooking oil, other food items and Bibles.      

From the Mailbag

From the Mailbag

By Brent A, Dear PPF, I knew when you sent Ed Lyons to our church, and he presented your ministry and Gospel opportunity to us, I was called to support it and to go to Africa to spend time with God’s people there. We arrived in Kenya and over the next day traveled by smaller [...]

Forced to Flee Again

Forced to Flee Again

By Brad Phillips By now, the world is well aware of the crisis in South Sudan. On the evening of December 15th, 2013, fighting broke out in the capital city of Juba. The shooting allegedly began as an argument within the army barracks between Dinka and Nuer forces. It quickly spread throughout the city of [...]

2013: A Year of Surpassing Expectations

2013: A Year of Surpassing Expectations

As 2013 came to a close, it ended one of the most active and successful years of ministry to date. We are grateful for all that God has allowed us to do — surpassing all of our expectations. Throughout the year, we’ve updated you on various projects — including our outreaches to the embattled people [...]

Coup Attempt in South Sudan

Coup Attempt in South Sudan

On Sunday, December 15, fierce fighting broke out at SPLA Army Headquarters in South Sudan’s capital city of Juba. Nuer, Dinka and Shilluk elements within the military barracks clashed over results of the SPLM National Leadership Council (NLC) meeting held over that weekend. SPLM Chairman and South Sudan President Salva Kiir accused ousted former Vice [...]