Fellowship’s Work in Lietnhom, South Sudan


In November 2016, Fellowship sent a team to Lietnhom, South Sudan, to partner with African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries (ALARM), Solidarity Ministries Africa for Relief and Development (SMARD), and leaders in nearby villages, to work with the children in the school, lead pastor training, and help host a women’s conference. Watch these videos below to get a glimpse of what life is like in Lietnhom and the exciting work that is unfolding there.

In this video, the South Sudan team just arrived in Lietnhom. They were greeted by women in the village singing praises to God. Notice how the team jumped right in to join them!

During the trip, the team helped with a women’s conference. In this video, these women have just received their first Bible in their native language, Dinka Rek. Rhoda (speaking) is praying over these women.

The team partnered with the school to provide a three-day Vacation Bible School. In the morning, they would sing songs together. In this video, the children are singing a song for the team. The students are very song-oriented.

Two of Fellowship’s Global Partners, Peter Garang (left), ALARM country director for South Sudan, and James Baak (right), director of SMARD, share their gratitude for Fellowship’s partnership in building Hope Secondary School and their excitement for having the first secondary school in the area. As of April 2017, the school has been finished and will open in a matter of days!