As we leave Sudan, our hearts are heavy—not for us, but for the people, for the friends we have made.
Living here even for a week has been harsh and extremely difficult, but we leave families that will continue to try to survive each day as they brave the unforgiving environment and attempt to provide for their children.
We came to help, but as this airplane takes off from the dirt field it is we who are blessed. We will not allow ourselves to forget what we have seen, or what they have done for us.
God has spoken to our hearts, reminding us that He cares for these people far more than we ever will. As we make the long journey home, our thoughts are back there, in the villages, with the children, with our friends.
We will pray for them, we will remember them, and we will return.
If you would like to consider coming with us next time, you can contact Four Corners Ministries at www.4cornersministries.org .
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