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Politics, War, and Health in South Sudan

To call South Sudan a political hotbed is an understatement.  The country is the newest in the world.  The ruling government is still making the transition to a legitimate political party after twenty plus years as a rebel army.  If … Continue reading

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Sermonette: The Purpose of Others

Confident Children out of Conflict (CCC) is the organization that provides a comfortable place for me to eat, sleep, and access the internet. Aside from taking care of me, CCC has a much more challenging and important task of providing … Continue reading

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Christmas Season in Juba

I must begin this post by stating that I did not spend Christmas Day, December 25th, in Juba, South Sudan. I was blessed with the privilege of traveling home and spending the Christmas holiday with my family and friends. However, … Continue reading

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And They Jumped With Joy

I arrived in South Sudan on a Saturday afternoon.  The next morning I went for “prayers” (the South Sudanese, or African, colloquial term for going to church) at the main cathedral of the Diocese of Rejaf.  The seating for the … Continue reading

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