A provider God

“But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” – Philippians 4:19

We thank to God because through a brother of the faith He has provided a speaker por Emmanuel Church of Lologo, South Sudan with the purpose of praise God in a better way. The members of Lologo Church are so glad because God answer their prayer through this donation. Glory be to God!

Emmanuel Church of Lologo Members

In the Struggles and Trials the Church Keeps Walking

… For we are the temple of the living God. 

2 Corinthians 6:16 (NIV)

The Church is not the building where we meet to worship God. The Church is the people who have been united to the death and resurrection of Christ by faith (Rom. 6: 1-11).

Hela Yedit Emmanuel mission field in Juba, South Sudan.

After several months of having the churches closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the government of South Sudan has allowed the churches to reopen.

So services have started in Fundación Emmanuel churches in South Sudan, and especially we have enjoyed the service in a mission field that started before the pandemic.

And we realized that when God is sought from the heart, the place does not matter.
The greatest blessing (in quantity and quality) are always those little ones, that we pray to the Lord to be that generation of change that this country and God’s Mission need.

This Church also enjoyed the blessings of the Lord, launching its new rechargeable speaker which has been heartily donated by a brother member of Iglesia Emmanuel from Honduras.

We thank God for His presence and we know that with or without a pandemic He never changes.

Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.


Helping the Needy

“Whoever is kind to the poor lends to the LORD, and he will reward them for what they have done.” – Proverbs 19:17

With the help of pastors and leaders passionate about people in need, the Ministry of Fundación Emmanuel makes periodic visits in the most needy communities of Juba, in order to provide food aid, clothing, but especially provide spiritual help.

God is a God of love and hope, that is what we transmit in each message very well received by those in need of love, peace and hope.

Missionary Max Vásquez sharing with kids of New Site, Juba.

What a wonderful privilege is to serve God´s Children!

4 Ways We Can Choose Love

1. Encourage one another.

We live in such an incredible time! Even when we can’t be physically present with one another, we can still call, text, email, connect on social media, attend church online, and more.

Do not withhold good from those who deserve it when it’s in your power to help them.


2. Support each other.

Some of the most meaningful things we can do are simple and practical. Check in with your neighbors and ask how they’re doing. Share whatever you have. Drop off a meal for someone who can’t get out. Pay for the person behind you in a drive-through. Send an email gift card to a friend.

…our love should not be only words and talk. No, our love must be real. We must show our love by the things we do.

1 JOHN 3:18

3. Love each other.

Jesus said that loving your neighbor was the second most important commandment. And in the parable of the Good Samaritan, He explained what He meant by that word, “neighbor.” Paul even suggested we turn loving each other into a competition!

Try to outdo yourselves in respect and honor of one another.

ROMANS 12:10

4. Point each other to Jesus.

It’s Jesus who calms our storms. But it’s up to us to remind each other of God’s promises. And to pray for one another. You can do both these things — and more — in the same ways we mentioned in #1 


Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons. Freely you have received; freely give.

Matthew 10:8
Egyptian missionaries sharing the Gospel before the medical check up in Emmanuel Church, Jebel Dinka 2.

Since 2,019 Doctor Armia Anwar, missionary from Egypt had been supporting our ministry through medical missions providing check up and free medicine in different churches of Emmanuel Foundation in South Sudan.

Doctor Armia making check up to some of the women of the area of Jebel Dinka 2, Juba, South Sudan.

In every medical mission doctor Armia does to share the Gospel of Christ to his patients, showing Jesus´love with his actions and kindness that provoke confidence in everyone who visit him.

Medical check up to a girl.

They shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover.

Mark 18:16
Pastor Mina, Egyptian missionary sharing free medicine with one of the patients.

In every medical mission Emmanuel Foundation leaders take the advantage to share the Good News to every person who attend the activity.

Fundación Emmanuel leaders praying for sick people.

We believe that God is our healer but also that He uses people to fulfill His plans for the humanity. Thank be to God for Doctor Armia´s life and for the great ministry that he is developing with south sudanese people.

Emmanuel Church, Jebel Dinka 1.

Nevertheless, I will bring health and healing to it; I will heal my people and will let them enjoy abundant peace and security.

Jeremiah 33:6
All the medical missions Doctor Armia has the help of a south sudanese brother for translation in the local languages.

Heal the sick who are there and tell them, ‘The kingdom of God has come near to you.’

Luke 10:9

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.

Revive the Spirit of a Child

“I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners, to repentance. Matthew 9:13”

Some members of RSC.

Revive the Spirit of the Child is an organization that works restoring lives of street kids and young former soldiers. RSC do help supplying the basic needs, as place to sleep, food, education with the objective to help those children to be part of the society again.

Some weeks ago some members of RSC team came to the headquarter of Emmanuel Foundation Ministries, requesting spiritual support to their children, as Emmanuel Foundation we accepted the request because that is our main purpose here in South Sudan to share Jesus’ love and help the needy as Jesus taught us.We went to the first meeting with the guys on 26 July, in the beginning of the meeting they were a little bit distant of us, but when we told them that we were there to be their friends they started to open their hearts to us, we had been playing with them different games guided by some volunteers of Emmanuel Foundation Team, Uzziel Dut, James Nguet and William Deng (Students of Emmanuel Biblical Institute).

Uzziel and James doing a game with the guys.

Sister Lily shared a motivational message with them, brother Humberto shared a special message of the Bible too, after the preaching some of them received Jesus in their hearts. Brother Max gave them an encouragement and inform that we will be keep going one day per week to share with them The Word of God, everyone was happy.

The best goalkeeper
In the time of prayer request someone rose up his hand and said: “Pray for us, so God can open our hearts to understand His will and Word”.

The day had been close with a futbol match, sweets and biscuits. So we enjoy the day a lot with those wonderful and talented guys.

Sweet cup for the winners.

First some of them received Jesus in their hearts, second to that we got new friends and new people to teach the Gospel, and third 13 of them visited one of our churches on Sunday’s service, we enjoy it together in God’s presence and many of them received really Jesus in their hearts. Glory be to God.

Angok giving his whole life to Jesus.

Let’s pray for everyone of them and also for us so God can gives us wisdom and ways for help them to growth spiritual, personal and social way.

The Beginning

South Sudan Bible Students. Picture by Fundacion Emmanuel de Sudan del Sur.

I have the privilege of writing the first post since I volunteered to support Fundacion Emmanuel de Sudan del Sur and test that both the website and the blog works properly.

But this is not about me, or about the tests, it’s about the youngest country in the world and the work that God is doing in this place through the missionaries, obedient servants to the call of God and my admiration for them even when I’m on the other side of the world.

The beginning, as I described in the title, was undoubtedly in the heart of God, who used the founder of Fundacion Emmanuel de Guatemala, Fausto Cebeira, a man of great vision and passion for the Lord to begin this work of love for the people of South Sudan, in need of economic resources, but also in need of the God of love who saves every soul, cleanses all sin and fills every empty heart.

This vision was extended to the missionaries who now work in South Sudan, whom I met in greater or lesser degree back in Guatemala and Honduras; I’m sure that years ago they never imagined obeying the Lord and his command in Matthew 28:27 thousands of miles away from the place where they were born, but the gifts and the calling of God are irrevocable .

So, what’s left for us? Is it enough to admire the work of the Lord and the missionaries? It’s not! The love for God must move us, our faith apart from works is dead, I think the following quote of Andres Robert emphasizes everything “The first task that Jesus did after resurrecting; the only subject that occupied his mind during the forty days he spent with his disciples and the last thing he mentioned before ascending to heaven, was to teach, exhort and command the fulfillment of the divine plan of salvation”.

Let us appropriate the missionary vision of Christ, let’s expand the gospel, let’s help as much as we can, and if you can’t go, never stop praying the Lord for the missionaries who work today at Fundacion Emmanuel de Sudan del Sur, who as we read in Mark 8:34 they obeyed Jesus, they denied themselves, leaving their families or comforts, took up His cross and followed the footsteps of Jesus Christ, who, although He was God, for His love for us became a servant, humbled himself and was obedient to the point of death, therefore God highly exalted him and every tongue declares that Jesus Christ is the Lord.