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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‘Be still and know that I am God’ Psalm 46:10a
We had flights booked to return to UK at the end of June but they were cancelled due to COVID-19. Even though the airport was officially closed, there were still some flights flying out of Entebbe – mostly organised by various government embassies so that their citizens could get home. We are thankful that, in early July, we were able to get seats on one of these flights. On arrival in Belfast we had to self-isolate for two weeks. Fortunately, a member of our church was able to lend us a house to do this. Now we are staying with Andrew’s mother and we hope to stay with her until we are able to return to Uganda.
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