Things continue to worsen in South Sudan’s civil war. It is believed that as many as 100,000 Christian refugees live in Camp Rhino in Northern Uganda, where life is difficult without reliable income and there is a daily struggle for food. One 87 year- old grandmother spoke of waiting to receive 30 days of food from one of the aid agencies. And waiting to die! She stated that “for the last 3 months they had been depending on water and some little greens from the wild bushes. I can only say Alleluia because the Lord Almighty has done this for me and my family.” The reports show that the especially vulnerable among them so often go unheard…the elderly, disabled, blind, deaf and orphaned children looking after younger siblings…there is no special help or attention from food relief agencies. We can get overwhelmed by the magnitude of all the needs of God’s people but let us never get so complacent that we fail to hold them up to our Lord God for his succor. That’s where our prayers come in. Our prayers don’t cost anything!