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Active Compassion for the Nuba Community

Active Compassion for the Nuba Community

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A Nuba Hospital for the Nuba People

A Nuba Hospital for the Nuba People

Dr. Ahmed Zachariah is a special individual. He could have chosen to practice medicine in the comfort of Sudan’s capital city – or even abroad. Instead, his Christian faith led him to choose the path of hardship and service to his people by remaining behind in the war-torn Nuba mountains.   Dr. Ahmed had no […]

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PPF in the Nuba: Six Years of Service

PPF in the Nuba: Six Years of Service

The conflict in Sudan’s Nuba mountains has surpassed its sixth year, with unfortunately no clear end in sight. During this time, the Islamist government in Khartoum has tried to terrorize and starve the Nuba out of their homeland. The Nuba is home to the largest Christian community in Sudan outside the capital city. Most humanitarian […]

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Finding the Flock Again: Pastors’ Conferences in a War Zone

Finding the Flock Again: Pastors’ Conferences in a War Zone

By Tim Rice “How can you guide your flock when you, as the shepherd, are also being persecuted?” Pastor Al Kam Jaranabi asks while sitting under an acacia tree with other church leaders in the war-torn Nuba Mountains of Sudan. Pastor Jaranabi raises a valid point: maintaining faith during wartime is no easy challenge, especially […]

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“Still Not Free” – The Fate of Sudanese Christians, Part II

“Still Not Free” – The Fate of Sudanese Christians, Part II

[Editor’s Note: This is part II of an important story published by NubaReports.org on the continuing crisis in Sudan regarding the persecution of that country’s growing Christian population. Despite political posturing of Sudan’s Islamist government, trying to redefine itself as a “moderate” regime, the sad reality on the ground is very much the same as it […]

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More Clean Water for the Persecuted!

More Clean Water for the Persecuted!

PPF’s Safe Water Program set a goal in 2017 to repair 77 broken well pumps in some of the most remote and difficult to access places of Sudan’s Nuba mountains— an area which has been under a government-enforced humanitarian blockade since 2011. Our ministry partners poured into this program, and we were able to position […]

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“Still Not Free” – The Fate of Sudanese Christians, Part 1

“Still Not Free” – The Fate of Sudanese Christians, Part 1

[Editor’s Note: NubaReports.org recently published a very important story on the continuing crisis in Sudan regarding the persecution of that country’s growing Christian population. Despite positive political posturing of Sudan’s Islamist government, trying to redefine itself as a “moderate” regime, the sad reality on the ground away from the spotlight is very much the same […]

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Ministry is Muddy Business

Ministry is Muddy Business

Our favorite part of this work is visiting our persecuted brothers and sisters in the war-torn Nuba mountains of Sudan. We love the fellowship we have together. We love the smiles and jubilation of people when they realize that their prayers have been answered and they have not been forgotten. But 90 percent of the […]

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A “Working Faith” in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan

A “Working Faith” in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan

By Tim Rice What does it profit, my brethren, if someone says he has faith but does not have works? Can faith save him? If a brother or sister is naked and destitute of daily food, and one of you says to them, “Depart in peace, be warmed and filled,” but you do not give them the […]

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Beating Back a Weapon of Genocide: Faith-Based NGO Running Medicine to Sudan War Zones

Beating Back a Weapon of Genocide: Faith-Based NGO Running Medicine to Sudan War Zones

By Tim Rice By mid-March, an aid convoy managed to reach an extremely remote, war-torn area of the Nuba Mountains in Sudan: Kau-Nyaro and Werni counties. Effectively cut off from the outside world due to conflict, the UN estimates around 45,000 people living in these counties are considered the most affected by the six-year conflict […]

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