Twenty years after almost dying from kala-azar, a young man thanks God—and Maryknoll.
Despite squalor and desperation, ‘God is our joy!’
My first Christmas with the Toposa of southern Sudan
In Juba, South Sudan, fruit vendor Ivan and his wheelbarrow will show you the way
A perversion of justice illustrates corruption and exploitation in South Sudan
‘The Holy Spirit is a jolly joker,’ says Gabe.
African women fight and persevere. Africa is a better place because of these strong women.
Gabe Hurrish seeks to help shape South Sudan’s future for the better
Gabe Hurrish reflects on the immense challenges facing teachers—and students—in South Sudan.
Susan Nagele reflects on the opportunity to repent and change in this season of Lent.
Traveling South Sudanese style is nothing for the faint-hearted.