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Sad Events in Melut, May 2015

On May 19, 2015 Melut town was attacked by rebel forces. Much of the town was looted and burned. All GTC staff and other NGO’s living on the college campus had to flee. This has been a very big setback for the people of Melut, Upper Nile and its surrounding villages in the county. Many villages along the Nile River
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The SIM Melut Team is back in Melut!

BethanyBethany and Eli have been serving in South Sudan since 2007. They have been married since 2002 years and have 3 boys. They have been serving with GTC since 2012More Posts – Website

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A Report from another GTC grad – Yuna Bulan

Yuna Bulan came to Gideon Theological College from Yabus in Blue Nile State with his family of 9. Their 10th family member was born during his years of studies. Yuna and his family were 1 of 2 Uduk families on campus. Yuna worked very hard in his studies and as you can see in the photo above, found creative ways
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His new role as chaplain of SIC Secondary School in Doro, Mabaan County

Where are GTC’s grads and what are they doing?

Since Gideon Theological College has been closed since December 2013 when fighting broke out country wide in South Sudan, it is time for more news from our campus along the Nile River in Melut. In 2014 we did a series on this website of our staff and where they are now. This month we would like to share about our
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Prayer Needed this week!

Please be in prayer for the GTC board. They are meeting this week in Juba to discuss the best course of action going forward for GTC given the current situation in South Sudan. Join us in praying God grants these leaders wisdom and unity as they seek what lies ahead for GTC. AbukAbuk and J– have been serving in South
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God’s love for the broken-hearted

How would you respond to the question, “If God loves us, why do we suffer?”  How would you yourself react to years of being in the midst of traumatic events?  Most of us would crumble (spiritually, emotionally, and physically) under the load of atrocities that the Sudanese people have experienced.  Outwardly they may seem quite resilient, even stoic.   But
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Where are they now? Joyce

This is part of our “where are they now?” series looking at what the GTC faculty and support staff have been doing in this past year as GTC has been on hiatus. We believe that God uses even the unexpected for His glory!   Where is Joyce now? Joyce is currently residing in Juba, South Sudan with family. She is
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Where are they now? Chelle and Kevin

This is part of our “where are they now?” series looking at what the GTC faculty and support staff have been doing in this past year as GTC has been on hiatus. We believe that God uses even the unexpected for His glory!   Where are we now? Currently we are studying Arabic and trying to figure out how to
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Where are they now? – Claire Meckler

This is part of our “where are they now?” series looking at what the GTC faculty and support staff have been doing in this past year as GTC has been on hiatus. We believe that God uses even the unexpected for His glory!   Where I’ve been… In the Lord’s providence, during the past months of instability in the country
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Where are they now? – The Boland Family –

This is part of our “where are they now?” series looking at what the GTC faculty and support staff have been doing in this past year as GTC has been on hiatus. We believe that God uses even the unexpected for His glory!   Where are we now?   After time spent as displaced missionaries, God opened a door for
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