Carey’s 2-week mission to South Sudan included teaching on emotional healing, forgiveness and prayer ministry. The forgiveness teaching drew an enthusiastic response from the local chaplains who have experienced so much conflict and struggle over recent years. During prayer ministry many chaplains were physically healed of the ailments that afflicted them. It was a wonderful and humbling experience to see God at work in these people.
To support the mission aims, Carey distributed Bibles and New Testaments on behalf of the Society to chaplains, equipping them in their ministry to seek peace and reconciliation for the nation. This is only made possible through the committed giving of our supporters, for whom we are so grateful. We continue to pray for them that they will see the harvest of their Christian efforts. During the second week the team worked with the clergy of the Diocese of Juba and to minister to the ladies of the Mother’s Union. This was truly uplifting, sharing in worship, the Word and testimony. The team also visited around 200 men and women in prison, praying with those who are incarcerated and bringing food and other blessings to them.