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. The focus of their ministry is on on building up and equipping Christians and Christian leaders. Many of these are currently living in Uganda, where there are around 1,000,000 South Sudanese refugees.
Andrew and Eunice have one daughter: Joy.
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‘Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me.’ Psalm 23:4
Six months ago, no one could have predicted the things that are happening all over the world right now. We see that nothing is certain. Only God can be trusted as he never changes. We pray that in this time of uncertainly God’s people will learn to trust him more and those who do not know him yet will come to trust him.
In practice, the villages, such as Goli, have not been affected too badly. However, in the towns and cities many people now have no work and no means of earning money. Some people have left the cities to go back to their homes. We heard that over 20 people walked from Kampala to Goli (260 miles). It took them over five days, walking day and night. We fear that soon people will have to decide between dying from hunger or COVID-19. Please pray for wisdom that the government will handle this situation wisely.
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