The Coup that Never Was

After nearly five months of continuous, coordinated protests across Sudan, the 30-year reign of Islamo-fascist Dictator Omar al Bashir came crashing down via a military coup on April 11th, 2019 – At least, that’s what we were told by the mainstream media. “Fake News” seemed to reach new levels when article after article reported that…
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More Medicine on the Way!

The Africa-based PPF team recently sent over several photos showing the loading of several tons of medicines onboard a container bound for the embattled Nuba mountains. Persecution Project is a member of a Nuba medical consortium consisting of the few remaining organizations working behind the lines to provide basic health services to 1.5 million Nuba…
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Medina’s Song: A Profile of the Persecuted

Wife. Mother. Teacher. Artist. Warrior. Patriot. Medina is all these things and more. She’s also one of the “unknowns” in a terrible conflict most of the world has ignored. Medina lives in the war-torn Nuba mountains of Sudan. Her story, though tragic, is full of hope and beauty. Every day she struggles to provide for…
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Clinging to Power

In recent weeks, Sudan’s dictator, Omar al Bashir, announce a state of emergency, suspended the constitution, and dismissed his state governors in a desperate attempt to divert attention from the systemic collapse of his government’s regime and a nationwide popular uprising calling for his removal. Peaceful protests have been met with a severe crackdown involving…
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A Great Work

“Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their labor.” (Eccl. 4:9) The war-torn Nuba mountains of Sudan have been under an Islamist government-imposed humanitarian blockade since June 2011. Think about that for a minute. That’s nearly eight years. Can you imagine living in your home state and being cut off…
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Persecution Project Emergency Borehole Repair Team

“Water is life,” and safe water can prevent 80+ percent of all disease in Africa. This is the reason why Persecution Project’s Emergency Borehole Repair Program is one of the most important outreaches our Safe Water Projects supports. By repairing broken well pumps, we literally give the gift of life to our brothers and sisters…
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JLTC Pastor Training Conference

Persecution Project’s partnership with the Jebel Lopit Training Center in South Sudan continues to be a springboard for ministry and training throughout this volatile region of the world. These photos come from a recent Pastor and Evangelist conference held at the center. These men are not only leaders of their congregations, but their growing communities…
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Ministry Outreach Update

Our management team began 2019 budgeting for more safe water projects, more medical outreaches, and more relief and shelter campaigns. With the continued support of our financial and prayer partners, and God’s continued grace, we will continue to serve the persecuted. Below, distributions of Bible Radios, clothing, shelter tarps, Bibles and relief packs are a…
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Partners in “Crime”

Bringing active compassion to the people of the war-torn Nuba mountains of Sudan is a crime— at least to the Islamist government of Omar al Bashir. But PPF could not do what we do without several partners in “crime.” One such partner is Renew World Outreach from Stone Mountain, Georgia. Renew provides PPF with most…
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The Beginning of the End?

Thirty years ago, Sudan dictator Omar al Bashir came to power through a military coup. Today, it looks more and more likely that Bashir may suffer the same fate as his predecessor, as the capital Khartoum, and other cities, descends into chaos and riots. Bashir and his cronies have lived large and treated the great…
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