Stories from The Voice of the Martyrs daily devotional Extreme Devotion are encouraging Christians in war-torn Sudan, according to VOM’s partner in Sudan, Persecution Project Foundation (PPF).
Extreme Devotion has been translated into Dinka, Nuer, Sudanese English and Juba Arabic, and the stories are being broadcast by PPF Radio Peace. "Through Radio Peace, both the victims and the government and militias that persecute them are able to hear God's word. Muslims in the north hear the good news and are given opportunities to escape the cruelty and hopelessness of Islam," PPF said. "Even in the south, where there is little infrastructure, followers of Jesus are being strengthened and discipled in their faith, thanks to our radios for Sudan project."
For the past three years, VOM has funded the translation and programming of Extreme Devotion testimonies in Sudan. In the midst of devastation and violations of the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement between the north and south of Sudan, PPF’s broadcasts are encouraging believers. VOM encourages you to pray for those listening to these broadcasts. Ask God to minister to them and for them to accept Christ and be a light for Him.
Posted: March 30, 2009
Updated: May 8, 2009