Thursday, January 13, 2011

GO Camp goes to Southern Sudan


Hi! My name is Ashley and I have been helping staff the youth GO CAMP 2011 here at YWAM ARUA...3 days teaching and discipleship training followed by a 2 week outreach. After being stretched and challenged over the past 3 days, the students are all very excited to leave for Kajo Keji, Sudan tomorrow to reach out to the people there over the next couple of weeks :)








PRAY FOR THE PEOPLE OF KAJO KEJI!











It is a significant time to be in Sudan! The people of south Sudan are voting in a referendum to determine whether Sudan remains one nation or separates between the Arab-Islamic north and the predominantly Christian south.

CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS HISTORY MAKING SEASON FOR SUDAN.



The students are preparing a drama for the outreach to Southern Sudan, and are excited to share the love the Jesus. We are looking forward to seeing how God leads us as we minister there. Please pray for us and for the people of Kajo Keji!


We built an 'Assault Course' on the base to use as a team building exercise...the students had to work together to get over, under and through different obstacles. It was fun to watch all 10 students struggling through the water and mud, learning to be a team and working through difficult obstacles together. We hope this will begin to unite them together as they prepare for their outreach.

CLICK TO WATCH A VIDEO CLIP OF THE ASSAULT COURSE

video


Please stand with us in prayer for a few things:

1. for safety and unity on the team as they minister in Southern Sudan

2. for the people of Southern Sudan as they wait for the results of the Referendum vote...the outcome will affect all of their lives

3. for God's Kingdom to come and His will to be done in the nation of Sudan

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PRAYERS AND SUPPORT!!


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