Joseph Noel Sati - South Sudan

I came to notice that the local church pastors who have a great role among the different communities need to be empowered, by skills of how they can lead their churches and also influence the communities they are serving. Being trained in [the CMS-Africa programmes] I have seen these are the very tools that will empower them to have a holistic ministry where they will address spiritual and physical needs of the different communities.

My role will is to initiate communication and introduce the different training programmes available to the local churches in South Sudan and Sudan; to organise the training with those who showed interest; to file reports of the outcomes and follow up to see the impact of the trained churches and the progress.


To build the capacity of the local church, servants and ministries of the gospel in South Sudan and Sudan, by providing relevant holistic training


Initiate and organise CMS-Africa training programmes

More about Joseph Noel Sati

Born in 1972 in Khartoum, all my schooling was in the northern Sudan in Khartoum the capital city, primary, Intermediate, secondary, and University at Omdurman Al Ahlia. My first degree was in economics, then went to Singapore for master’s in missions from 2004-2005. Then had many other short courses in project management, translations (Arabic to English and English to Arabic). Students’ ministry.

On November 1991 in Khartoum at the Youth Arabic meetings of SIM I accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour and my journey start from there with Christ and ministry in Sudan and currently in South Sudan.

Work Experience:
Worked as teacher from 1997-1999 at primary schools in Sudan Khartoum
Work with FOCUS-Sudan [Christian student movement] as their pioneering staff in Port Sudan (Eastern Sudan) for four years from 2000-2006 (2004-2005 was study leave)
Training Secretary of FOCUS-Sudan from 2007
General Secretary of FOCUS-Sudan /South Sudan from 2009-2016 (Khartoum & Juba)

I am married to Flora Peter Yaon, since 2002 God have blessed us with four children: Mercy, Abigail, Princess and Ruth.

My being with CMS-Africa started first when I had a Samaritan Strategy training in 2014 in Rumbek, South Sudan. I came to know about the different useful training programmes they have and when I had the Financial Freedom for Families training it connected me more because I felt this training will help many who are struggling like me, in how to be good steward to our resources. Since then the journey start by volunteering in organising and coordinating this training in South Sudan.

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