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Sudanese Christians in America Pray, Vote

"We have been waiting for this event, for this time, for a very long time," Pastor says.

As South Sudanese voters crowded into polling locations all over the world–including eight cities in the United States–a Sudanese congregation which meets at the Evangelical Free Church in Wheaton, Illinois gathered to pray for their homeland and its future.

The pastor, Durmomo Gary, himself a refugee from South Sudan, spoke with CT.

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Posted:January 11, 2011 at 10:22AM
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