The world’s youngest nation turns ten this year. The South Sudanese know nothing but instability and war; more than 80-percent of the population lives in poverty. Thanks to local believers, thousands of villagers now have hope for tomorrow.
Streams of Living Water teaches Christians throughout the Middle East and North Africa how to share their faith. Learn more here. After a recent workshop, believers started sharing the Good News of Jesus in villages around Juba.
One pair of evangelists met a woman practicing witchcraft. “She was practicing sorcery, and she used [an] evil spirit to kill people who did not want to follow her and do what she wants to do,” explains a Streams worker named Wol*.
“Upon hearing the Gospel, she decided to join the believers.”
She’s not the only one who traded evil spirits for the Holy Spirit. “There [were] three shamans who decided to give their life to the Lord Jesus Christ. [These] three shamans were leading a multitude of the people behind them in worshipping idols,” Wol says.
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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Katey Hearth