William Levi is the founder and overseer of Operation Nehemiah Missions, International. William is a Messianic believer. He was trained academically as a manufacturing engineer. He relinquished his engineering career to answer God’s calling in his life to establish Operation Nehemiah Missions in Sudan in 1993. This ministry focuses on rebuilding and restoring the biblical family and the church in the Republic of South Sudan.
South Sudan has been recovering from the ashes of war and Islamic persecution through the preaching of the Gospel. This broadcast provided an update on the Sudan Missions Project, which is enabling Operation Nehemiah to reach a people group in South Sudan and Uganda that we likely will never meet this side of eternity.
The project began years ago as a mobile unit designed to evade Islamic bombardment but eventually moved to a more permanent mountaintop location. Today the need exists for a radio station studio building. The effort to obtain one is called the Sudan Missions Project. The need is $35,000 but there’s a donor who is matching, dollar-for-dollar, every gift up to $17,500. This means that if Crosstalk listeners give that amount, the donor will match the other half and the total need for the Sudan Missions Project will have been met. As of the end of today’s broadcast, the amount raised was $13,532.
To contribute to the Sudan Missions Project call 1-800-729-9829. If you want to write a check, make it payable to Crosstalk, 3434 W. Kilbourn Ave., Milwaukee, WI. 53208. In the memo line put ‘Sudan Missions Project’. If you’re sending a check, you’re encouraged to still call the number listed above and let us know the amount of the gift to help us keep track of the funding progress.