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Have A blessed July 4th: From Sudan to America: A Journey of Faith and Service.

Shalom Brothers and Sisters in Yeshua, it has been a while since we last communicated. I pray and hope that this news report finds you well and sound. May Adonai bless you and keep you. May Adonai make his face shine on you and show you, his favor. May Adonai lift up his face toward you and give you Shalom, peace.’ Numbers 6: 24


The Importance of Remembering Independence Day: Reflecting on the Legacy of July 4th



For numerous individuals, whether they are native citizens or immigrants born in the 21st century, the profound meaning behind America's Independence Day might not resonate as strongly as it should. The blessings of liberty and opportunities that come with being American can sometimes be taken for granted in a society that is constantly evolving and facing new challenges. However, it is crucial to remember and honor the struggles of the past that have shaped the present and paved the way for a better future.

As we celebrate July 4th, let us not only enjoy the festivities and fireworks but also take a moment to reflect on the enduring values of freedom, democracy, and unity that define the American spirit. May we appreciate the blessings bestowed upon us by the sacrifices of those who came before, and may we strive to uphold the ideals of equality and justice for all, ensuring that the legacy of Independence Day continues to inspire and guide us towards a brighter tomorrow.


The Threat of Islamic Jihad in America: A Closer Look at the Potential Takeover

However, these same people can tell you in a few years, Islamic Jihad will take over the White, the Capitol Hill, and turn our Churches and Synagogues into Mosques; they have already taken hold of our college campuses where they can stage deadly riots, endanger our police forces, persecute Jews and Christians,  wear Islamic keffiyeh, wrap themselves in the Palestinian Islamic Jihadist Flag and promote  Hamas Islamic terrorism on American soil, and deface and defile our memorial site of the founding fathers.  Many can barely remember the three branches of the US government enshrined in our Constitution and the purpose of these branches of government, notably the Executive, the Legislative (Senate and the House), and the Judiciary.   They have no idea about the laws governing the federal government and the individual 50   states that make up the USA.


The Exceptionalism of the United States Rooted in Judeo- Christian Civilization

Many Americans have no idea why the United States is called an exceptional Nation on earth, a city on the hill that can't be hidden because her constitutions are founded on the Judeo- Christian Civilization rooted in Elohim, the author of the infallible Bible, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in Yeshua the Messiah.

From Sudan to America: A Journey of Faith and Service


I came to the USA in 1988 at the age of 20 from my war-torn native country of Sudan, seeking religious freedom in this land of the brave and the home of the free. I arrived here with only my Bible; however, the opportunities to worship freely, work, study simultaneously, and realize the American dream were vast. I worked two jobs and concurrently pursued an associate degree in Computer Science and a full-time BSC in Manufacturing Engineering. I graduated from college in less than four years with no college debt, and a year later, I launched the ministry of Operation Nehemiah Missions in 1993 with the vision to be the voice for the voiceless Sudanese persecuted Church. With the support of like-minded believers across this beautiful country, ONMI has been bringing American exceptionalism to the people of South Sudan to rebuild the lives of the persecuted believers spiritually and physically.

The American Dream: A Journey to Citizenship


  I thank God for bringing me to the USA, and today, I owe my life to this country that has given me everything (faith, family, freedom) and, more importantly, the privilege of becoming a naturalized US citizen in 2013. I call this country my second home. I waited for 26 years to become a US citizen and voted in the USA general election of 2016 for President Trump because I wanted to understand the American way of life as a Constitutional Republic and a capitalistic country. I had to study the history of North America, colonial America, the continental USA, the War of Independence, the Constitution and separation of powers, The Bill of Rights, the Civil War, the Spanish-American War, World War 1 and 2, the Cold War, the Korean War, the Civil Rights Movement, the Vietnam War, the end of the Cold War, the Iraq War, the War on Terrorism after 9/11 up to the War on ISIS ended by President Trump. This is the knowledge I acquired and passed on to my children as a homeschooling parent of 8 children.

30 Years of Impact: Transforming Lives in South Sudan with Your Generosity

 This year marks the 30th anniversary of ONMI's establishment. Your generosity and support for our mission work in South Sudan have been invaluable. Thanks to you, with your benevolence support we are able to offer practical assistance to rebuild the lives of tens of thousands of South Sudanese affected by war and displacement both Spiritually and Physically. Your prayers and support contribute to the spiritual and physical well-being of the South Sudanese community.

 Returning to South Sudan in August to Supervise Operations and Project Inspections in South Sudan

In August, I will return to South Sudan for a three-week visit to supervise the operations on-site, work with field staff, and provide you with an update. While on the ground, I will be involved in inspecting several ongoing projects of ONMI in various aspect of sustainable initiatives: notably, the Agricultural development, Gospel Radio broadcasting, The two academic instruction of learning (NPI and BNPA,)



Empowering Community Through Sustainable Agriculture at Beth Israel Farmland

At Beth Israel Farmland, our dedicated team works tirelessly each day, fueled by the generous financial support from you the donors, to address the pressing issue of food security. Through the establishment of food banks and sustainable agricultural practices, we strive to ensure that no one in our community goes hungry. The collaborative effort of everyone involved including our farm staff, our teachers and students from both schools is truly inspiring, with individuals engaging in various agricultural activities such as operating tractors, hoeing, seed preparation, and planting. These activities are not just tasks but a testament to our collective commitment to self-sufficiency and community well-being.

Currently, our focus lies on the cultivation of groundnuts and corn, essential crops that will directly benefit our educational institutions - Bethlehem Nursery and Primary Academy and Nehemiah Polytechnic Institute. By providing a stable supply of these crops, we not only contribute to the nutritional needs of our students but also empower our schools to thrive. This season marks a crucial period for planting, where each seed sown represents a step towards a brighter and more secure future for our community.



Ensuring Year-Round Food Security with Drip Irrigation

At long last, we are ready to commence and complete the drip irrigation project. Our objective is to implement a drip irrigation system to facilitate year-round food production at the Beth Israel farmland for ONMI, ensuring a permanent solution for food security to cater to our two schools, staff, and students in 2024. With your support and by the grace of God, we are committed to seeing this plan through. The tropical rainy season ends in November, giving way to a dry season from December to March the following year, during which no crops can be cultivated. However, with the implementation of the drip irrigation project, we can address the food insecurity issue caused by the four-month drought period.




Empowering Growth and Unity: The Expansion of Nile Beth Israel Kehillah

The Nile Beth Israel Kehillah has experienced significant growth thanks to your generous contributions towards advancing the Great Commission. Presently, the Nile Beth Israel Messianic Congregation has established more than 15 congregations in South Sudan and northern Uganda, with each congregation consisting of 150 to 250 members. Our objective is to expand the Kehillah community of believers in alignment with the First Century Kehillah of Yeshua, guided by the Holy Spirit, fostering unity among Jews and Gentiles in Yeshua.