Dear St. Luke’s Friends,
As I wait silently before God, I become strong in the assurance of Faith. If I pray only for myself, I will not find it easy to be in the right attitude toward God. I been struggle to determine if we able to open St. Luke’s Theological College in South Sudan this semester in Bor. I was called to, if am willing. But, I share that am not ready, God provision is on our way. We need sometime to seek God wisdom. Thank be to God, and the board of governors for their wisdom and decision they have made that let not hurry and wait for Lord to guide us and let it be next year January 2015 for St. Luke’s in Bor to be open.
Dear prayer partners, you are being God’s instrumental vessel and I ask you to prayed for revelation of what to do pertaining the reopening of the St. Luke’s Theological College in Bor and the new direction that I had taken as to have another St. Luke’s Theological College in Nimule, South Sudan, the border of Uganda, 30 kilometer away from the camp
I just want to inform you of where am in Adjumani, Uganda, for two days doing some leadership meeting and giving full responsibility to the transitional team that will lead St. Luke’s CORE & Primary school in my absent. And I had move my office and the residence to Nimule and will come for work in Adjumani twice a week. I am also want to let you know that our effort in the refugee camp has been bless by God and that work is fully independent in term of resource and personnel, it will only need five percent of my time to supervise.
Thank God that our new direction is almost successfully that we have given a land in Nimule by the Anglican church to offer some Bible courses as we do in Bor. I do believe God.
Matthew, Achol, and Emmanuel Riak