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Letter from South Sudan, Uganda, and Malawi (Jeffrey) August 2017

Here’s the latest update from Paul Jeffrey, missionary at large.

“Many who suffer the unspeakable violence of war and displacement refuse to be victims, as evidenced by this group of formerly displaced women singing and dancing as they walk home from a communal vegetable garden along a flood control dike they built themselves. Both images tell part of the story of South Sudan today.

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