Servants Heart Relief

Daga Post

Houses of God

Issue: "The other campaign," Feb. 9, 2008

Six years ago when humanitarian workers reached Daga Post in the eastern Upper Nile province of southern Sudan, there was no organized church even though some villagers claimed to be Christians. Today this church in Daga Post has 500 people attending every Sunday. They come from three distinct tribes and speak three languages during the service, even though two of the tribes are considered "unreached" and one has no Bible translated in its language.

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