South Sudan archbishop prays for forgiveness with government, opposition leaders

Posted Sep 27, 2019

[Anglican Communion News Service] At a national prayer breakfast organized on Sept. 19 by the South Sudan Council of Churches, Archbishop of South Sudan Justin Badi Arama preached what he described as “a message of love” to the church leaders, senior government officials and members of the opposition who all attended the event at the Presidential Palace in Juba.

“In a special way we are asking God to forgive us the leaders and citizens of South Sudan. It is time for renewal and purification. South Sudan needs purification to move forward. South Sudan needs all its citizens to forgive each other.”

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