Hundreds of South Sudanese Christians flooded the streets to beg for peace and repentance. Ever since South Sudan gained its independence in 2011 it has been the center of instability and violence. It ranks the second highest on the Fragile States Index. The country’s Christians decided to take the streets in a town called Yei on Saturday to lead the

country towards restoration through prayer and repentance. Christian Revival Centre pastor John Sebit Edward led the call to prayer. His congregation wore white sack clothes and read from the prophet of Jonah, calling on the war-torn country repent of their sins and seek the Lord. READ MORE