2 October 2020: Thanksgiving for the Sudans

On 2 October 1999, a group of people from South Africa prayed in Port Sudan. This was part of a prayer journey to Sudan. To coincide with this, an International Day of Prayer for Sudan was called for. Back home, a group of people prayed from 6 am to 6 pm on Saturday, October 2, 1999.

Right now, every Friday for six weeks, from 4 to 6 pm Sudan time, believers from various nations engage in ABIDING in Christ prayer. This six weeks runs from August 28, to October 2, 2020.

The fact that those 2 October dates, exactly 21 years apart, prompted the organizers of the Sudan Prayer Network to call for a Day of Thanksgiving for God’s mercies over the Sudans.

A ZOOM link will be posted in this article for those who would want to attend the online prayer meeting(s) on October 2, 2020. The meeting will be scheduled as follows:

  • 4 to 6 pm – Thanksgiving prayer
  • 6 to 7 pm – The standard weekly online Sudans Prayer meeting
  • 7 to 9 pm – Thanksgiving prayer and committing to the road ahead.
Thanking God for his goodness over the Sudans. This photo we’ve taken during a Jesus March in Port Sudan in 2010.

In this article we’ll post a few memories from the tonnes of things God has done during the past 21 years in the Sudans and among it’s peoples.

Amazing Holy Sprit filled passionate prayer during an outreach to Kakuma Refugee Camp in February 2017.
During a visit to Port Sudan in 2010.
Distributing God’s Word in the Sudans.
God’s mercy among the children of Sudan.
Walking the streets of Shalateen, experiencing God’s Baraka (or Barika) among those He dearly love.