Daniel Kidia is a former Mundari cattle warrior in South Sudan.
He was a fighter, living a wild life with his nomadic tribesmen. At 19, he went into a deep depression, losing all purpose in life.
During one of our evangelism outreaches in his cattle camp, he accepted Jesus as his Savior! He enrolled in our next Portable Bible School and got mentored in the Word. He developed a passion for evangelism and prayer.
Daniel testified one day “The teachings of the Word of God through the Portable Bible Schools have opened my eyes to see Jesus alive in the Bible. Now I have hope and purpose, I was blind but now I can see my future in Jesus!”
In 2020, Daniel went as a field teacher in the cattle camps he grew up in. He taught sessions of PBS. Thousands were saved and healed from emotional wounds. 55 non-literate cattle camp youth learned how to read and write through the literacy classes he taught, and are now able to read the Bible!
Some of those same youth are now discipled and trained missionary field workers, multiplying the harvest throughout South Sudan.
Daniel has become a powerful preacher of the Gospel amongst the cattle warriors. He went back and finished high school and is now the Favor Village School Head Teacher in his home village.
He leads over 200 children in discipleship, academics, literacy, and knowing the hope of their calling- to become missionaries to their own nation.
With this great transformation process, Daniel found Jesus and is passing the Good News on to thousands more, as a primary school teacher, a PBS coordinator, and a leader of evangelism in his church. ‘Transformed lives truly transform nations!’
Today YOU can help so many more young men just like Daniel bring the Gospel to their communities! Your gift of $25, $50, $100 or even more will see these precious lives changed, transformed, and given a life of purpose!
Portable Bible Schools begin in an average of 200 targeted areas in 8-10 nations, simultaneously locating villages in greatest need and sending missionary teams of two into these places. New converts have daily discipleship with 4-5 hours of daily teaching in the Word, for two months.
After this, they participate in hut to hut evangelism, learning to share their faith, and bring more lives into the Kingdom of God. Each one is mobilized to preach the Gospel, expanding the reach across the unreached people groups of Africa through these indigenous missionaries.
These precious people are learning the truth of the Gospel and spreading it across the nations of Africa!