Jesus loves you!

A short message that continues changing so many lives.

Emmanuel Kids of South Sudan had been sharing the gospel through evangelistics marching around the communities of Juba, South Sudan.

Pastor James giving a message in English and brother Peter Garang making translation to Arabic Juba.

Romans 10:14

How then shall they call on Him in whom they have not believed? And how shall they believe in Him of whom they have not heard? And how shall they hear without a preacher? 

As a fruit of this marching new people started to attend our Sunday Services and another of them believe in the message of Salvation through the example of the little ones.

Jebel Dinka 1, Juba, South Sudan

Romans 10:15

How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the gospel of peace, who bring glad tidings of good things!”

May the Lord reign in the hearts of South Sudanese people, and let’s pray for a really peace can fill this wonderful country.

Planting Life

Trees are past, present and future life.

Sister Lily planting trees with the children from Lologo.

Trees are our friends which provide air and freshness to every human being. In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth (Genesis 1:1) He created everything perfect: sun, moon, stars, trees, animals, fish, but man gradually destroyed the beautiful creation of God, humanity have made logging a hobby that we forget that without trees soon we will be without oxygen and freshness; therefore we should not leave all the responsibility of reforestation only to governments or others institutions; the planet is ours and we must take care of it.

Brother Willis planting trees in Jebel Dinka 2.

That is why we have been learning at Emmanuel Kids in South Sudan, that we must love and respect what God has created “our planet”, and that love we will show by planting trees which represent hope for a better future.

Emmanuel Kids from Lologo.

Emmanuel Kids Generation of Change planted more than 40 trees in four communities of Juba the capital city of South Sudan in the homes of mostly non-believers and we had take the advantage of evangelize them and tell them that a tree represented the love of Jesus and Salvation which is free and it will bring us many more advantages and future blessings.

Together we are better.

As a result we have had more than 20 new people in the different churches, we thank God and we have in our hearts that it is our responsibility to take care of God’s creation. Let’s plant life, let’s change the world!

Brother James planting trees in Jebel Dinka 1.