South Sudan: PRAYERS and FUNDS URGENTLY NEEDED


Ordained Pastors, Bradley and Kimberly Campbell of the “Keeping Hope Alive-South Sudan” have been serving in Malakal, South Sudan since March of 2012. Mr. And Mrs. Campbell have been parenting their first group of Sudanese children for one and one-half years, adding the second group shortly after the first group. Photo taken from New York Times


Kimberly, a diligent, hardworking, faithful woman was employed by MorningStar ministries for several years. Both she and Bradley attended MorningStar University in 2003-04/2004-05. Both he and is wife, along with their children have given up careers to work with the children of South Sudan.

South Sudan, as the New York Times says, was plunged into violence two weeks ago. Bradley and Kimberly are pastors and have 13 orphans. This family needs your help to get them out of this dangerous place. To leave the children behind in Malakal at this time would mean leaving them in a region with no legal guardians; where food, water, and finances, health conditions, healthy accommodations, and safety have drastically deteriorated. Will you help us?





South Sudan: PRAYERS and FUNDS URGENTLY NEEDED