by Faith McDonnell
The members of the Sudan Council of Churches USA could be following their own dreams in their adopted home. After enduring persecution at the hands of the Islamist regime in Sudan, who could blame them if they wanted to focus on making a comfortable life for themselves here in the United States?
Or they could be devoting all their energy to reconstructing their own devastated homeland. Now that a North-South peace agreement has been signed, Sudanese in the “diaspora” are an indispensable resource.
But they aren’t. True, the Sudan Council of Churches . . .
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