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Blind man receives spiritual healing in South Sudan

Read how SIM's medical clinic in this Christian-resistant region of northeast Africa provides opportunities for hurting people to encounter the Great Physician.

The SIM Doro Clinic in South Sudan, Africa, is more than a medical clinic, it’s a ministry center. God is using our chaplain program and medical missionaries to share the good news while ministering to the physical and spiritual needs of those who walk through our doors.

Encountering the Great Physician

Many of our patients find deep healing and eternal life through meeting the Great Physician as a result of seeking care at our clinic. In the past year, over 1,000 people have made decisions for Christ through this ministry. One of them is Ibrahim*…

Ibrahim is of the Berta people, an ethnic group of Sudanese and Ethiopian descent. Bertas are predominantly Muslim and fluent in Arabic.

He came to our clinic for help with his failing eyesight. But a simple exam revealed that his eyes weren’t failing—he just needed glasses!

New life in Christ for Ibrahim

After being fitted with a new pair of glasses, the doctor had Ibrahim reading—not the Quran, but God’s Word! It had been so long since Ibrahim had been able to read, that once he started, he didn’t want to stop. He became a follower of Jesus right there in our clinic!

Today, he’s a new creation in Christ Jesus. He is the third Berta who’s come to faith in Jesus at our clinic in the past 10 days.

Please join us in prayer:

  • Pray that the Holy Spirit will reveal God’s truths to Ibrahim as he reads His Word.
  • Pray for new believers, like Ibrahim, who are coming from a Muslim background. Many face extreme persecution. Pray they can stand strong in their faith.
  • Pray for the funding of the clinic to meet the ever-growing need for medical supplies, staff salaries, construction and maintenance.

Your gifts make it possible to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with people like Ibrahim, who live in Muslim-dominated regions of the world like South Sudan.

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