Northern African and Middle Eastern Unengaged Peoples

The Mongallese Arabs live in South Sudan. Their homeland is in the southwestern part of the country near the Democratic Republic of the Congo border. The Mongallese Arabs live a nomadic lifestyle, moving from place to place to find graze for their animals. They speak Sudanese Creole Arabic, a unique form of Sudanese Arabic. The Bible and gospel recordings are available in their language, but with the challenges of their nomadic lifestyle and unique language, they have had little access to the gospel. Pray for believers in South Sudan who speak the Sudanese Creole dialect to go intentionally and seek out the Mongallese Arabs. Pray for the Mongallese Arabs to hear the gospel recordings in their language. May these nomadic shepherds come to faith and worship the Lord. “Oh come, let us worship and bow down; let us kneel before the Lord, our Maker! For he is our God, and we are the people of his pasture, and the sheep of his hand” (Psalm 95:6-7 ESV).