Christian Exodus Going on in the Sudan, Amidst Great Persecution by Muslims
by Moody Adams "After South Sudan gained independence from the Arab, Muslim Sudan in 2011, the largely Christian Southerners living in Sudan lost their citizenship rights and were ordered to leave,” reports the Associated Press.
Vicious hostilities have increased against the Christians.
Barnabas Fund has bused over 2,300 Christians to Southern Sudan over the last four months.
Dr Patrick Sookhdeo, International Director of Barnabas Fund, said: "It has been wonderful to see the Lord’s hand at work in the Exodus mission.
Our BSI Director in the South Sudan is hard at work to help these people. This month we are providing a water well, in addition to schools for the refugees.