There are many things I could have written today.
Yesterday was a monumentous day in our nation's history (or future, rather), whether you like it or not.
Also, today is World Water Day
This country has been on my heart for years as we have witnessed the suffering of its people. If this strums your heart strings, will you please remember them this week.
From Samaritan's Purse's Website:
More than 2 million people died in Sudan's civil war before the Comprehensive Peace Agreement was signed five years ago. The 2005 accord ushered in an uneasy truce, tied to a promise that the people of southern Sudan would be allowed to participate in national elections in 2010 and vote in a referendum on independence in 2011.
Free and fair elections in April could help lay a foundation for lasting peace. However, if violence erupts it could start a chain reaction that plunges the nation back into civil war.