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International Day of Prayer for the two Sudans / Afghanistan needs our prayers

12 years ago, on 2 October 1999, an International Day of Prayer for Sudan was called...

Appeal for Humanitarian Assistance

Click to view appeal for Humanitarian Assistance for Crisis Areas...

Official urges the Church in South Sudan to remember the Church in Sudan

A Church leader in Sudan is urging members of the Church in South Sudan not to forget them, exposing some of the challenges...

Appeal on Abyei Crisis from Bishop Abraham

Rt. Rev. Abraham Yel Nhial, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Aweil, is calling for increased international attention to the situation...

Thank You Letter from the Office of the Archbishop

Independence greetings to you all in the name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ! On behalf of the Episcopal Church of the Sudan...

Archbishop Daniel: Pastoral letter advising the Sons and Daughters of the Republic of South Sudan

We give you all the honour and the praise as we celebrate the wonderful independence you have given us. You have led your children across the river...

AEA: Congratulatory message to the Southern Sudan people

Today, July 9, 2011 will go down in the annals of history of Africa and the people of Southern Sudan in particular. A new nation is carved out of Africa's largest territory...

WEA: To the Church, the People and the Government of South Sudan

On this historic occasion, the World Evangelical Alliance, on behalf of the 600 million Christians we represent, extends warm congratulations on the birth of a new nation...

21 days of prayer for Africa’s newest nation South Sudan

In less than a month’s time, on 9 July 2011, South Sudan will be declaring independence from North Sudan, becoming the world’s 195th country...

A Call To Prayer and Fasting to End the Nuba Genocide, and for the Peace of all Sudan! - Sunday June 26, 2011

On behalf of my people in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan we are asking all Sudanese Christians wherever they are, and the Church throughout the world to join with us...

Episcopal Church of the Sudan: Robbery at Juba Diocesan Model Secondary School

I write with great sadness about an incident that took place on the compound of Juba Diocesan Model Secondary School...

Statement from the Episcopal Church of the Sudan on the violence in Southern Kordofan

On behalf of all the Christians of Southern Kordofan and the Nuba people, I wish to condemn the violence and bombardment of civilian settlements snice June 5...

Update on the Referendum, January 13 – Sudan and Kenya

As the team continues with Observation of the process, we note several things; The number of votes has SIGNIFICANTLY come down...

UNOCHA Humanitarian Update: Returns to Southern Sudan

The pace of returns has continued, with an average of more than 2,000 persons arriving in the south per day. A lack of humanitarian personnel on the ground, shortages in supplies and the sheer pace of return in some areas are negatively impacting...

Christians offer prayers as Sudan heads to the polls - Reporter Brian Hutt, Christian Today

Christians around the world are praying for Sudan at the start of a seven-day referendum to decide whether the country is to remain united or separate.

The Archbishop of Sudan casts his vote in Sudan’s historic referendum

Sunday 9th January marked the first of seven days in the historical self-determination referendum for the people of Southern Sudan.

Southern Sudan Referendum – Day 1 update

We have a lot to thank God for, the team arrives safely, were able to access the Observer access Cards, secured accommodation at the ACROSS Guest House and meals at the UNHCR Cafeteria, safety and good health!

WEA and AEA Team Arrives in Juba

The WEA/AEA Team arrived safely in Juba yesterday afternoon and are accommodated at the ACROSS Guest House.They arrived amidst a flurry of activity as last minute touches were put in place in the different polling stations spread out in Juba and the surrounding towns.

Thousands of registered voters queue to vote in Lakes State

On dawn of 9th January, thousands of people came out of their homes to fought separation. Women mainly led the queuing in chairs.

The EFC – Urgent Prayer Alert: Pray for Sudan on Sunday, January 9, 2011

Further to the December 20, 2010 Prayer Alert, the EFC’s Religious Liberty Commission is calling for urgent prayer this weekend as Southern Sudan will go to the polls on Sunday, January 9 in a referendum to determine whether the South will seek independence from the North.

Referendum related incidents, Sep-Dec 2010

Southerners find themselves unable to sell their land in Khartoum. Word on the street is that this is a decree from the government.

Key indicators for Southern Sudan by Southern Sudan Centre for Census, Statistics and Evaluation

Southern Sudan is an autonomous region within Sudan, formed following the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) in January 2005. Juba is its capital city.

A letter from the men and women of the North to the men and women of the South

This is a critical and historic moment for Sudan. The decades’ old project of building the national identity of the Sudanese people is now facing the possibility of the re-construction of the country, including its geography.

Sudan Referendum: Preparing for Possible Outcomes

It remains uncertain what the New Year will bring to Africa’s largest country, Sudan, which has witnessed deaths and displacement of hundreds of thousands of people in civil wars in the last few decades.

His Grace, The Most Rev. Dr. Daniel Deng Bul Yak and His Grace, The Most Rev. Paulino Lukudu Loro Register Their Names for Referendum

In a spirit of fraternity, the Archibishop of the Episcopal Church of the Sudan and the Catholic Archbishop of Juba registered together at Hai Jalaba referendum registration centre today.

Implications for the Church in Sudan of the Referendum on Independence for the South

This brief report has been written in response to a request by a Sudanese Christian leader to facilitate informed prayer concerning the possible implications for the church of the referendum on independence for southern Sudan.

WCC and WEA speak with a common voice on Sudan

The leaders of the World Council of Churches and World Evangelical Alliance came together recently to say their organizations and member churches are speaking with a common voice when it comes to the January 2011 referendum in Sudan.

World Evangelical Alliance Calls for Global Day of Prayer for Sudan

At this historic juncture for the people of Sudan, the World Evangelical Alliance is asking Christians to observe a global day of prayer on December 5th, 2010. The people of Sudan have experienced terrible loss of life and suffering in the last half century as a result of prolonged civil war and unrest.

Pray for Sudan

Sudan is just two months away from a referendum that could propel the country back into civil war. A fragile peace, signed into being five years ago under the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, is on the brink of unravelling, with preparations for the vote on January 9 still behind schedule and foreign governments slow to fulfil their promises of assistance.

The World Evangelical Alliance has pledged action to ensure that the referendum taking place on Southern Sudan's future next January is a success.
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