FRM Newsletter

SSUDAN-UNREST
Surrounded

Read the full October 2018 newsletter here. Daniel Maker graduated from class ten of the Chaplains’ Corps. Since that time, he has been engaged in excessive combat and has been wounded twice. In a place called Kodok, his platoon was attacked by a force of 300 rebels, his platoon having only 32 men. The enemy […]

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Three Long Years

Read the full September 2018 newsletter here. Moses has been serving in the Chaplains’ Corps for over 15 years and is married with three children. In 2013, his village, Malualkon, was attacked by the rebel army. Moses was away serving at the frontlines, so when word came from home, he braced himself for the worst. […]

Gen Mamur at Base
One in Eight

Read the full August 2018 newsletter here. I arrived in South Sudan in the middle of June for the refresher course. Every 12 to 16 months, we bring the chaplains in from the field to refit them and give them a three week break from the war. Pastors from around the world came to teach […]

Clara
The Rescue of Clara

Read the full July newsletter here In my years in Sudan, I have seen great cruelty done by man and I am not surprised by much. But, the cruelty that has been done by men to small children, and justified by the perpetrators, is still hard for me to fathom. I traveled down to Mexico […]

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Three Journeys

View the full May 2018 newsletter here. This newsletter is about three widows and their journey from terror to Christ. To understand them, I must tell you about the level of extreme terror and suffering they have endured. I recently was told that someone was offended by the graphic nature of our messages. I responded […]

March Newsletter
Dying for the Kingdom

View the full March 2018 newsletter here. I have spent a great deal of time studying history and it has always been important for me to understand it. Sometimes, I am amazed by what I have found. Right now, I am reading several books: one, on the legions of Rome, one, on Genghis Khan and […]

Prison Walls
It Started with One Letter

View the full February 2018 newsletter here. Over the last twenty years, God has done many things through this ministry. There is one thing I could never have predicted, it started with one letter from a prison in Florida. A young man had gotten a hold of one of our teachings on CD and wrote […]

Wes and Given
Paying for a Daughter

View the full January 2018 newsletter here I landed in Uganda the 29th of September and had about seven of the senior chaplain leadership come to meet me in Kampala. With the ongoing war and casualties, the men needed a couple days of R&R. When I awoke on the 30th of September, Michael informed me […]

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Duncan

Read full November 2017 newsletter here. Duncan has no memory of his father. He was not yet a one-year-old when his father died. What he does know, is that his family is a casualty of war in South Sudan. Duncan’s father fled from what we refer to as the first war. The first war lasted […]

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The Most Dangerous Year of Our Lives

View the full October newsletter here It was the 16th of May, only four days after Thomas’ death (whom I shared about in our last newsletter), when word came that Santo had been shot and was being carried away from the front for aid. At first, the reports that came were scattered and unclear, which […]