Come pray for Sudan. Click the links to learn and be inspired. 

    Sudan's more than 44 million people are primarily Muslim. They consist of around 161 people groups. The largest is the Sudanese Arab and then Gaaliin, Bedawi Beja, Guhayna. Pray also for other ethnic groups in Sudan. View the unreached from a map of the country.


    There are many Sudanese Arabs living in other countries. There are approximately 1,790,000 in Egypt, 37,000 in Australia, and many in Canada and the United States.

    Pray for them, watch for them, and see if you can make a friend from Sudan.

    Share Biblical resources in Acoli, Arabic, Bari, Dinka, Moro, and Sudanese.


    The Republic of Sudan is in Northeast Africa and is the third largest country in Africa geographically. Sudan consists of mostly desert plateaus and plains with rivers that flow to the Nile in Egypt. There is still enough forest for some lions, cheetahs and leopards. Recent history has seen horrific human rights abuses and war. South Sudan broke off in 2011. Learn more at Britannica. 


    Polio is making a comeback in the aftermath of war.​

    The Really Bad News
    Sudan. We forgot Sudan! Lost between Ukraine and Palestine, more people have been run out of their homes right now than any other country in the world. 5 million children—2 million of those are under 5 years old. Besides the war, but because of the war, it is possible that a million may die from famine. This is just awful! Understand more.
    Learn about the mostly Muslim 169 unreached people groups in Sudan.
    Tiny Glimmers of Good News
    To begin with, you can help someone in Sudan through
    You can get even closer to Sudan through a refugee. Just 10 days ago in Chattanooga, TN we meet several families who are refugees from Sudan. I was visiting Wildwood Seventh-day Adventist Church to put on a Reach the World Next Door training. The church members wanted to go find refugees. So in 33 degree freezing weather, out we went!
    The local pastor, Tapiwa, led us to an apartment complex. We divided to visit every door. We were friendly, shared a prayer, gave a My Language My Life card, and found Sudanese refugees whose hearts are connected to the pain at home in Africa.
    Now the Sudanese have Seventh-day Adventist friends who plan to visit every Sabbath afternoon and tangibly help. I was thrilled that we had just added Sudanese Arabic websites to that they are now looking at.
    Please find a way to be one of those glimmers of good news. Give. Go. Pray.

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