James Lual Atak, indigenous director of New Life Ministry, and I have been serving the most vulnerable in South Sudan together for almost two decades. Some of our partners have been on the journey with us for nearly that long too—amazing! We began collaborating in 2005 and met in 2006 during my first trip to his village (along the border of Darfur).  

Since those early days so much has changed. Several months ago James and I had the privilege of sitting down together to record an interview about our journey. Since this recording, however, so much in the world has now changed as well. The message, however, remains ever the same—investing in indigenous partnerships and lifting up children and women is transforming lives in warzones like South Sudan. And you’re making this possible

James explains with profound gratitude that one of the first boys to be rescued at the orphanage center at age 4, went through nursery school, primary school, high school, and now is a teacher to others! That young man shared with James recently that sometimes he wonders, “If I did not get [this] opportunity. Where would I have been?” James reflects, “It is amazing… it is life-saving and it is transformation.  And it is the living history that will never be forgot.”

Written months after this recording, read James’ recent letter about life in South Sudan during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Your partnership and gifts of LUV are equipping us to protect, lift up, and empower the most vulnerable in warzones.

As an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19, #GivingTuesdayNow is a new global day of giving and unity that will take place today (May 5, 2020) – in addition to the regularly scheduled Dec 1, 2020 #GivingTuesday. 

Give the Gift of LUV today.  Your generosity is transforming the world with LUV.  


Partners in Christ,

Audrey Moore

Chief Executive Officer