How Abraham Joined Proskuneo

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A meeting in a parking lot between two strangers, who became “twins” with totally different skin colors… how could it be possible in today’s racially divided nation? This is the story I want to share with you. It was the summer of the year 2003, and I had been in the USA for four years as a refugee who fled Sudan due to several arrests as religious persecution intensified. But I never lost the compass […]

How Wau Hope Outreach Began

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The Dream (Hab.2:14) “For the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the LORD as the waters cover the sea.” In the midst of 2013 I had a dream while in Juba, South Sudan that I was on the top of a mountain in Juba called Jabel Kujor (meaning Witchcraft Mountain). While on top of the mountain I was praising and worshipping God; then I began sharing the gospel and asking […]

Arroboya: The Power of Singing In a Local Language

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(Click here to read in Korean) Earlier this year, a team of Proskuneo went to South Sudan to serve and walk alongside the Church in Wau. One of the goals was facilitating and leading worship across generational, gender, and tribal gaps.  I was in charge of putting songs together for our trip to South Sudan. As one who has never been to South Sudan, but has experienced a lot of Sudanese culture here in the […]