Southern Sudan is a land recovering from a troubled history and 20 years of civil war. In 2005 a Comprehensive Peace Agreement was signed, which grants semi-autonomy to the South for an interim period until 2011, at which time the South will vote on whether to secede and become an independent nation. After 20 years of war, much of Southern Sudan, including roads, schools, hospitals, and churches were destroyed or fell into disrepair. The signing of the CPA has brought a new climate of hope. In partnership with the international community, the Sudanese people are eager to rebuild their shattered nation.

Areas of Focus

Church Empowerment: In partnership with the Episcopal Church of the Sudan, our team plans to work in areas such as evangelism, youth ministry, and discipleship. We are particularly interested in equipping the church for trauma counseling and ministries of peace and reconciliation. We will also have opportunity to provide basic biblical theological training to pastors who have had very limited access to education during the war.

Education: We hope to impact the next generation by training school teachers. We also have opportunity to partner with the local community in providing classrooms, desks, books, and other basic educational needs.

Health: We are committed to following the example of Jesus and caring for people’s physical bodies as we address their spiritual and social needs. We can do this by supporting existing church-based and government-run health facilities, by training medical staff, and by doing basic community health education and evangelism. We can also make great improvements in health through the provision of safe water sources.


Current Archives

Uganda Trip March 2012

Saturday, 31 March 2012

Praise God for what He did through us during our visit to Uganda March 18-28th in response to your prayers!
Ministry in Fort Portal (19-24)
First Lois and I and Lois’ Kenyan assistant, Cecelia, travelled by plane, taxi and bus to Fort Portal on the 19th to train church planters and monitor the health of the students [...]


Back in Kenya

Thursday, 18 August 2011

Moving with my friend Dennis

“God is our refuge and strength, an ever present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea…”


Growth and multiplication in Uganda and Sudan…

Thursday, 21 October 2010

“All over the world, the Gospel is bearing fruit and growing! “ (Col. 1:6)

South Sudan

This was the resounding theme echoing in my heart as I visited the ministries of WHM in South Sudan and Uganda. Many of you must have been praying because it was so evidently blessed by the Spirit’s work!


The container is ready to go and we are ready to go to…

Thursday, 16 September 2010

Container boxes

Dear Brethren,
How comforting it is to know that we can always count on you to pray for us. We praise God for how he answered your prayers for our church team from Virginia. This time is no exception as we have many ministry opportunities…


Report on Short-Term Church Team

Sunday, 15 August 2010

“Just as each of us has one body with many members, and these members do not all have the same function, so in Christ we who are many form one body, and each member belongs to all the others. We have different gifts, according to the grace given us.” Rom. 12:4-6a

Summer Interns and Church Team together


Final Update from Kenya

Monday, 11 May 2009

This may be our last update before we depart for the U.S. on 31st May because we will be busy making preparations. For those of you who are on our “special prayer” update, this is a bit of a rerun but we have added some information.


Church Planting & South Sudan

Friday, 9 May 2008

Thank you for praying for Robert and George as they spent time working with about 35 pastors and church planters two weeks ago in the Mwingi District. It has been encouraging to see how God has been using this method of ’storying’ to bring the gospel to many people in the rural areas…



Monday, 3 March 2008

The purpose of this trip to Mundri, South Sudan, was to help prepare the way for our newly forming WHM Sudan team. The participants included Bob Osborne (WHM Executive Director), Paul Leary (Overseas Director), Michael Masso (Sudan Team Leader), in addition to three board members, one American pastor and me as the Sub-Saharan Africa Director…