Jol-Wo-Lieec Youth Ministry
SA seeks to improve faith
among youth in South Australia,
strengthen faith of youth
in the SA by engaging them in church activities,

There are currently over 75 JWL individual members of SA, comprised of male and female in South Australia there are 4 departments namely as Loong, Lek, Agayth and Luongyith, Jwl members in South Australia engage youths in Church activities.
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Who we are

The Jol wo Lieec Youth Ministry in  South Australia Humbly relying on the commission of Lord Jesus Christ, have agreed to united in one indissoluble Ministry under the state leadership lead by Makuach Mabior. Jol Wo Lieec Youth Ministry of South Australia was established in the year of the Lord 2005. to carry-out the states objectives

  • Represent the Jol-Wo-Lieech Youth Ministry at the State level
  • Acts as a link between the Federal and the State Offices
  • Oversees the youth activities at State level e.g. Christmas Carols, Youth Choir activities, Youth Prayers, etc
  • Responsible for all the resources generation and allocation at State level

Department Jol-wo-lieec SA ?


Aloong

Akutnhom de Cokpiny de diet ACD have the role of collecting, editing and updating the songs collected in South Australia and send them to federal office

Lek

Lek carried out the duty of furthering the evangelization task. Lek in South Australia organized youth Evengalism in the state and to other states

Luangyich

Luangyich perform the work of studying and teaching of the bible, in the state of South Australia they organized youth prayers and bible studies

Agayth

Agayth carried out the work of teaching the dialect to christian. In South Australia we have dinka classes carryout in all the churches and at schools

In 27th January 1989

30 Years Of Jol Wo Lieec Youth Ministry

In 27th January 1989, the diocesan conference was held in Mareng North of Malek that is approximately 25km. From the synod as per the debate, three names were proposed for the group i.e. JOL- WO-LIEECH, BYCA and ACHIL. At the final pace, Jol-wo-lieec Nhialic, which also reflected the Christian prayers to God, means “God look back up on us”

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The Aims & Objectives

Concern with teaching of the Dinka dialect, the books of the Scripture and the Bible i.e. Dulueng de Pinynom Collect and document positive Dinka and Christian stories from elders and other relevant sources for archive and output Create and confirm the church calendar of activities Develop the Dinka Language curriculum

Interpret the Bible Carry out the work of fellowship and Bible Studies in the churches Create harmony or peaceful environment in the ministry Create awareness on contemporary issues such as drugs and alcohol, public health and gender ambiguity Conduct the biblical counselling

Collect, edit, review, publish and teach Christian hymns Monitor the teaching of Christian hymns at parish level Monitor the use and maintenance of worshiping instruments at parish level Organise, develop and run activities of Akutnhom de Thoom Choir

Carry out the work of evangelisation for the Ministry Dissemination and delivery of JWL information Alert the Christians on the approaching festivals e.g. Christmas, Christmas Carol, Easter and other Christians importance holidays

“Whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant…” Mathew 20:26-28.”

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