Video: Sudan’s ‘Lost Boys & Girls’ find new life in Utah

[Episcopal News Service] Lost Boys and Girls of Sudan, orphans displaced by the decades-long civil war in Sudan and resettled in the U.S., celebrate Easter at All Saints Episcopal Church in Salt Lake City.

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  1. Sharon M. Dame says:

    Welcome Sudanese, beloved children of God! This video of you celebrating the Feast of the Resurrection at All Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, has warmed my heart! In our congregation, Church of Our Savior, Palm Bay, Florida, we are represented by 21 countries! We love and care for each other and have our own special ministries for which we have been called. We have a heart for the world, too!
    Love and Blessings, BIG! Throughout Eastertide and Always.
    Your Sister in Christ,
    Sharon Dame

  2. Reverend Helen M. Moore says:

    God bless your courage and determination to walk to live! Your lives are an inspiration and a itness to our resurrected Lord & Savior Jesus Christ!

  3. Tanya Taylor says:

    I am praying to be in contact with the right people to put together a song called “THE LOST BOY” to remind our communities, and the world, about the tragedy of the story of the Lost Boys Of Sudan. I would love to meet with some of THE LOST BOYS to hear their stories.
    Warmly, Tanya Taylor

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