TWELVE KILLED and 4,000 PEOPLE NEED SHELTER AND FOOD
Lutheran Church Charities received an urgent request from Retired Missionary Rev. Dr. Bernie Lutz who works with the Evangelical Lutheran Church of South Sudan/Sudan (ELCSS/S). Twelve people were attacked and killed by Dinka herdsmen in the Boma area and 4,000 people are in need of immediate support, namely shelter and food.
This weekend, LCC President/CEO Tim Hetzner presented your donations to Rev. Walt Otten who is on the Board of Directors at Lutheran Heritage Foundation (LHF). LHF is sending financial assistance to Rt. Rev. Peter Anibati Abia in South Sudan.
Bishop Peter will see that every penny of these funds reach the intended purpose, helping to bring a sense of wellness among those who are hungry and homeless. While feeding the homeless in the Boma area (who were viciously attacked) with the Gospel, we are now able to feed them the physical food to survive.
Please prayerfully consider a donation to support the homeless and hungry people of Boma, South Sudan.