Lual Awan Deng, a friend of Dr. Bill & Betty Wadland, shared both during worship and after about his experience as one of the “lost boys of Sudan.”
In 1987, Sudan’s Muslim government pronounced death to all males in the Christian south: 27,000 boys fled to Ethiopia on foot. In 1991, they were forced to flee to Kenya a journey of 1,000 miles. 12,000 survived to live in U. N. refugee camps.
Lual’s story about his life in Africa, his life since coming to the United States and the work he is now involved with reaching back to the people of South Sudan is remarkable, inspiring and well worth hearing. Make plans to invite a neighbor or friend and join us next week!
The following is the website that tells more about the work that Lual and his friend Jacob Atem are doing in South Sudan. www.sshco.org
Below are some of the few documentaries that documented the story of the Lost boys of Sudan. The first one is a 12 minutes video form 60minutes (CBS). This is very educational because it gives a brief overview about the Lost Boys of Sudan. The next one is an hour movie that followed some boys in the USA cities.
Due to the size of the file we are unable to share Lual’s time with us this past Sunday. If you are interested in hearing it, I will be happy to email it to you.
Thank you and God Bless you!