All things TRULY work together for good.

by Matt Chancey October was a rough month. October saw a fresh wave of attacks by Islamists against our brothers and sisters in the Nuba mountains. But the month was also a tough one for my family. First, it was the 1-year anniversary of my father’s passing, which is always a sad time for families….
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The “Empire” Strikes Back

In October, fresh protests broke out all over Sudan. That month was the year anniversary when Islamists in the military forcefully removed the civilian element in the transitionary government, essentially ending the efforts of forming a real democracy. The people of Sudan took to the streets to remind the Islamists that they don’t intend to…
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Thank you for your prayers!

In the September 2022 Africa Messenger, we told you about a disabled man named Abdelaziz who waited all night in the rain for a chance to get an Audio Bible. After this story was published, we received dozens of emails, and notes from ministry partners with words of love and concern for Abdelaziz. For context,…
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An Alarming Challenge

By Brad Phillips On a recent visit to the Nuba mountains of Sudan, I traveled to Gigaiba Referral Hospital and several other sites where PPF has ongoing projects. What I found was both encouraging and also alarming. I was encouraged because I saw the progress of construction at the hospital, including a visiting staff ward…
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Thank you!

You can learn more about our campaign to build a modern Radiology facility at the hospital by visiting In September, Persecution Project hosted a reception in Frisco, Texas, to benefit the Gigaiba Referral Hospital in the war-torn Nuba mountains of Sudan. Thanks to the generosity of many sponsors, the event was a great success….
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All Things Work Together for Good

by Ed Lyons After a brief visit to the Gigaiba Referral Hospital in late July, during the Rainy Season, our team made its way back to South Sudan for our flight to Juba the next morning. At 5:30 pm, in the last big swampy area we would encounter, our Land Cruiser became stuck. Within an…
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A Nuba Safari…

Recently, the PPF team braved the muddy roads of the rainy season to visit the Nuba mountains again as part of our summer outreaches to this remote and war-torn region of Sudan. During our journey, we were able to receive updates on several ministry programs and see the progress of work at the Gigaiba Referral…
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Desiring the Pure Milk of the Word

By Ed Lyons “Desire the pure milk of the word, that you may grow thereby, if indeed you have tasted that the Lord is gracious.” (1 Peter 2:2-3) Sometimes the Lord unexpectedly grabs your attention and teaches you a lesson that lasts a lifetime. Abdelaziz lives in the Nuba mountains of Sudan and suffers from…
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Safe Water Update

Mama Salma Usman is 74 years old. She lives in the Nuba mountains of Sudan. A widow, Salma tragically lost all her biological children. However, she’s a mother to many in her sphere of influence— including the team of Persecution Project engineers repairing broken well pumps in the Nuba. Recently, our team repaired a pump…
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