Dear Friends and Partners,
My third trip into the least developed nation on the continent of Africa - South Sudan - lived up to my expectations. Like my other two trips to South Sudan, this one was filled with spiritual resistance, crazy hindrances, danger, but victorious gospel penetration into a needy nation.
I was accompanied by a fellow missionary and partner, Jim Christie. The site of our Miracle Crusade was in remote Riwoto, where there is no electricity or running water. Riwoto is the land of the Taposas, one of the unreached people groups of the world.
We are happy to report to you of yet another harvest of souls. We just keep sowing and watering the Word in the hearts of the hungry. God gives the increase!
There was a slight setback to this outreach. Cyclonic rains saturated the land for a couple of weeks before our arrival causing the harvest of crops to spring up a couple of weeks earlier than the pastors in the area expected.
When the harvest comes in it takes priority with the people since it’s their livelihood. Thus the attendance was lighter than planned or expected.
Hosea 6:3 says, “He will come to us like the rain, like the latter and former rain to the earth.” Joel prophesied that in the last days God would pour out of His Spirit on all flesh. God is fulfilling His Word. Where people are thirsty for Him, He is coming to them like the rain.