Straddling the Nile river and Nuba mountains, Sudan is Africa’s largest country and home to rich agricultural and mineral resources. After suffering years of civil war, the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) was signed in 2005, opening a new chapter in Sudan’s rocky history.
Christianity is growing, particularly in the central and southern regions where nearly 80% of the population professes Christ. New churches are being established throughout the country and the Gospel is taking hold despite continuing violence. Still, over 22 million Sudanese people have never heard the Gospel. Of the country’s 165 people groups, 133 of them are considered unreached.