Andrew and Eunice Moody have watched the situation in South Sudan develop for several years and have felt burdened about the state of the Church there.
They live in Uganda and, from that base, serve South Sudanese pastors both through trips into South Sudan and by ministering in the large Ugandan refugee camps. Many South Sudanese Christians and Christian leaders are currently living in Uganda, where there are around one million South Sudanese refugees. Andrew runs preacher’s training courses in the camps and Eunice, a trained nurse, serves at a local health centre.
Andrew and Eunice have one daughter: Joy.
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‘You will keep in perfect peace those whose minds are steadfast, because they trust in you.’ Isaiah 26:3
When you receive this we will still be in self-isolation in South Korea. Eunice has not visited her family for almost three years so we felt that this was a good time to visit. There are much fewer cases of COVID-19 there than in the UK. We hope to visit some of our supporting churches and friends, if that is possible.
The COVID situation in Uganda continues to worsen. There are now around 300 new cases every day. We have heard that the Chinese government has sent a quantity of their COVID vaccine to Uganda, but only to vaccinate the Chinese community there. Some African countries are due to receive the Chinese vaccine, but we have not heard if this will include Uganda.
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