June is World Refugee Awareness Month

Our hearts continue to go out to the many refugees across Africa.

We once again celebrate the strength and courage of these dear people, especially those that are part of the Precept Africa family.

People like Lobur:

Lobur Isaac grew up in Liwolo, South Sudan. He was just 17 when he and his family fled to Uganda because of the war between the South Sudanese government and the rebels. One of his family members was shot and killed in the conflict. 

He felt bitter and angry because he had to leave his home that he loved. Seven years later at the beginning of the pandemic and whilst still living on the border of Uganda as a refugee, Lobur gave his life to the Lord.

He says:

"Precept really helped me a lot. I let go of everything because God is sovereign, maybe He allowed that to show His mighty deeds. Forgiveness was really hard, but I had to let everything go and thank God for the lives spared."

Now, he is living near Bidi Bidi refugee camp, leads Bible study groups and is very active in children's ministry. He is a Precept Africa Institute student and is growing in His understanding of the Word and using it to disciple many around him.

The video above is one we received from him recently, watch it to see how Precept resources have impacted him.

This Refugee Awareness Month, won't you consider partnering with us to provide refugees with the opportunity to know God?

By giving towards the Refugee Month project, you will be a part of equipping displaced people with the resources and training they need to understand God's Word and grow in their relationship with Him. Like Lobur they will, in turn, impact many others for God's Kingdom. What a priceless gift!