Stories from the Field
Two months after the floods that devastated much of South Sudan's Jonglei State, things have not improved, according to the Rev. Samuel Majok, Sudanese pastor at St. Mark's, Oakhurst.
Anglican Aid CEO vows to continue support for vulnerable in Beirut after resignation of Prime Minister-designate
Anglican Aid CEO Tim Swan has vowed to provide support for victims of the Beirut blast through trusted Christian partners in Lebanon, following the resignation of Lebanon’s Prime Minister-designate Mustapha Adib.
Tim Swan says, “While I am dismayed to learn that political stability has been delayed for our Lebanese brothers and sisters, this setback will not prevent us from providing what help we can for those affected by the August 4 explosion.
“By partnering with the existing network of local churches, who provide assistance for believers and non-believers alike, Anglican Aid has been able to effectively care for those suffering in the aftermath of the blast.”