Church leaders in Sudan have declared 2021 a year of prayer and thanksgiving after concluding celebrations to mark 100 years since Christian Missionaries first came to the Nuba Mountains in the North-eastern African countries.
In a prayer guide covering 52 weeks of prayer, the Church leaders, including those from the Catholic Church invite Christians from across the globe to join the initiative.
“2020 marked 100 years since missionaries first came to the Nuba Mountains. We want to celebrate what our God has done thus far, be awakened to what He is doing now, and prepare for what is to come,” the Church leaders say in a statement shared with ACI Africa.
They add, “As the Nuba church, we want to start this new century by drenching the land of the Nuba Mountains with prayer… We are committing to one year of focused prayer. We are calling the church body from around the world to join us in this effort. We believe we will see a plentiful harvest.”