Thank you!

THANK YOU to each one of you who support GRN through your prayers and monthly financial support! Your faithful giving has enabled GRN to work and minister in South Sudan since 1999! Without you, it would not have been possible.

We are excited that we are starting the process of building St. Stephen’s Church in Koggi Village, South Sudan. Up until now, several significant challenging circumstances have prevented us from moving forward with the project. These circumstances have been out of our control. We have had to place the safety and security of our staff and the villagers above our plans to build a church building.

But now, our field coordinator, Dickson, believes we can begin! Our friends in Koggi Village depend on us to help them. Instead of simply meeting under a tree, they desire to have a building where they can gather to worship God.

We have had the funds to create the basic foundation of the church. And some money has been given toward lumber and nails. Yet we have a LONG way to go to see this church completed.

It’s hard to believe, but South Sudan is an expensive country to work in. We need to import virtually everything necessary for this project.

That’s where YOU come in. We need your help now more than ever.

Please prayerfully consider giving a financial gift specifically toward completing St. Stephen’s Church. One hundred percent of your donation will go toward this project.

On behalf of our brothers and sisters in Koggi, thank you for your generosity!

River Sand Delivered and Maze crops

A message from our field coordinator, Dickson:

All is well with the entire team in South Sudan. We have had a good rainy week and were able to bring more river sand to the site for building both the St. Stephen’s Church and the Camp Koggi tukuls.
The whole of Koggi village is so excited and happy that “their church” is almost here. We had some young visitors (as well as many others) come and celebrate with us the day the sand was delivered. The GRN team out here is equally excited.
As you can see, our maize plants are healthy. We are thankful to God that it is safe enough to be in the fields growing crops this season.