Farming for Peace a Reality in Boma

Farming for Peace a Reality in Boma

In July of 2015, Henry Okumu, Vincent Owis, Mike Funk and I birthed the idea of  Farming for Peace. It was our prayer that this initiative would provide economic opportunities for the people in Boma while giving them an alternative to these constant tribal conflicts...
Raising Hope 150

Raising Hope 150

Farming is the main livelihood for people in South Sudan. The United Nations has determined that 90% of all families in South Sudan depend on farming, fishing, and herding for their food and income needs. Due to the ongoing violence of a brutal civil war, the people...
Kachipo Girl First to Study in Kenya

Kachipo Girl First to Study in Kenya

Last week I spoke with a John Donyi, a missionary to the Kachipo people in Boma, through Facebook Messenger. I was shocked that the technology actually worked well enough to have a good conversation. During our discussion John relayed a short story to me about the...
50 Day Challenge

50 Day Challenge

The 50 Day Challenge is “Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.” – Proverbs 22:6 SEA Partners have been in Boma over a decade and our very first class has now progressed to the 8th grade. Their success is due to the...
Boma, South Sudan: A Year in Review

Boma, South Sudan: A Year in Review

Henry Okumu, our Director in Africa, sent me a note this week from Boma, South Sudan that I wanted to share with you. Boma, South Sudan: A Year in Review encouraged me and I hope it does the same for you as well. Boma, South Sudan: A Year in Review 2015 has been a...