The labor of a nation


I spent the last two days as the third crew on the Samaritan’s Purse DC-3. We took a group of 25 people up to Lodwar then we picked up drums of fuel in Lokichoggio to stage in South Sudan. We did another run of fuel on Friday followed by 3000 kgs of relief supplies to a place not far from the border. I will post more on the trip later.
Today is July 9. This is the day South Sudan becomes a country. It was fun to be there the day before and see the excitement in the people. And yet I could also feel the uncertainty. Pray for South Sudan. Pray for her people and their leaders.

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