Our heartfelt desire is to tell people about Jesus and grow disciples within the refugee community from Kajo-Keji, South Sudan, currently living in Moyo, Uganda. Neil will use his surgical skills in a hospital serving local and refugee communities. Sue will work as a lecturer and mentor at Kajo-Keji Christian College, which trains lay and ordained people for the Episcopal Church.
To go somewhere new for God, doing his will, using our gifts and skills as we share the good news about Jesus.
Neil will be working as a surgeon at the local government hospital in Moyo and Sue as a lecturer at Kajo-Keji Christian College (KCC).
More about Neil and Sue Browning
Kajo-Keji College is currently in exile in Uganda due to the civil war in South Sudan. It is playing a crucial role in training pastors and lay ministers. The college is in the process of upgrading its qualifications and they are excited to have Sue on board. Neil has been wanting to work as a mission surgeon for many years. He has been welcomed to work at the government hospital in Moyo, and looks forward to working closely with the medical team in this challenging placement.
We grew up in South Africa and have travelled a lot over the years, always trying to serve God wherever we have been. Neil is a general and vascular surgeon, and has done five short-term stints in Galmi, Niger. Sue is a qualified teacher and licensed lay minister, with some experience of prison ministry. She is completing her Masters in theology in order to be able to better serve the growing church in Africa.
We have been living in the UK for the past 22 years and have four grown up children, three of them based in the UK and one in SA.