GRN is committed to helping hurting people carry their cross. In many countries people are suffering in their journey of life. GRN helps serve as an outreach of compassion, and connects people of privilege with needy and broken people to help share their burdens. Please pray for us as we continue to be His voice and His hands to those that are needy spiritually and physically. Thank you and God bless!
GRN is committed to helping hurting people carry their cross. In many countries people are suffering in their journey of life. GRN helps to connect people of privilege with needy and broken people to help share their burdens.
GRN has been working in South Sudan since 1999. Continue reading “His Hands – About GRN”
GRN is currently working in the United States and South Sudan.
It is our desire to awaken and inspire people in North America to make a difference in the world around them. By speaking in several different venues we bring awareness of the plight of suffering people (mainly persecuted Christians). We also give an opportunity for people to “get connected” with strategic projects that we are engaged in. Continue reading “His Voice – About GRN”
As you go through your day, please keep the people of South Sudan in your prayers, and the GRN team on the ground there. Also, please keep Tom Zurowski (GRN founder and director) in your prayers as he prepares to go to South Sudan once again. Thank you!
Find us also on Facebook and Instgram! If you ever need to get a hold of the GRN staff please contact us @ 1-606-416-5670, or mail us at 402 Coomer St., Suite 204 Somerset, KY 42503.
United Nations (UN) has accused South Sudanese rebels of violating a ceasefire by launching an offensive to recapture its former headquarters.
The attack on Nasir town was the “most serious resumption of hostilities” since May, the UN said. Continue reading “South Sudan rebels break ceasefire – Unmiss ~ South Sudan News”
The European Union has imposed sanctions on two South Sudanese military leaders for breaking ceasefire agreements.
It accused rebel leader Peter Gadet and army commander Santino Deng of links to atrocities over the past six months. Continue reading “EU sanctions Peter Gadet, Santino Deng – South Sudan News”
Some four million people in South Sudan are likely to face critical food shortages next month, British aid agencies have warned.
But the Disasters Emergency Committee says the cost of mounting an appeal to pay for aid might outweigh donations.
South Sudan’s president has already warned of “one of worst famines ever”. Continue reading “Hunger Crisis – In South Sudan”
The world’s newest country, South Sudan, has topped the list of fragile states in this year’s index released by a leading US-based research institute.
Chronic instability, fractured leadership and growing ethnic conflict made it the most fragile state, The Fund for Peace said. Continue reading “South Sudan ‘most fragile state’ in world – South Sudan news”
The government and rebels in South Sudan have agreed to end fighting and form a transitional government within 60 days, Ethiopia says.
The regional Igad bloc, mediating the conflict, has threatened sanctions if they fail to abide by the agreement.
It follows a rare meeting between President Salva Kiir and rebel chief Riek Machar in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Continue reading “South Sudan government and rebels ‘agree to end fighting’ – South Sudan News”
Donors including the US and the UK have pledged more than $600m in aid to South Sudan at a conference in Norway.
The sum raised will go towards the target of $1.8bn the UN says is needed to help millions facing starvation.
UN humanitarian chief Valerie Amos says it is still possible to prevent a famine in the conflict-torn country. Continue reading “South Sudan crisis: Donors pledge $600m at conference – South Sudan News”