Friday, April 16, 2010

Sudan: A Country's Present & Future

The Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center will host a talk by Dr. Isaiah Majok Dau and a panel discussion with Chicago area Lost Boys of Sudan. Event details are below:

Sunday, April 25th from 2:00 - 4:00 PM

Goodman Auditorium

Featured Speaker: Dr. Isaiah Majok Dau

Dr. Isaiah Majok Dau, born in Bor Town on December 3, 1958, serves as a Bishop of Pentecostal Evangelistic Fellowship of Africa (PEFA) for Nairobi North District and the Senior Pastor of PEFA Church Githurai, Nairobi, Kenya. He is the Principal of the Nairobi Pentecostal Bible College

As a Director, he directs Mobile Leadership Training in war-affected areas of Southern Sudan and Sudanese Refugee camps in Kenya, and Uganda. Under the auspices of the Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) and through the Swedish Pentecostal Churches, he is honored to facilitate seminars in South Africa, Rwanda, India, Bangladesh, Thailand, Ethiopia, Benin, Tanzania, and Sweden among others on international partnership and development.

Dr. Dau administrated two Christian Institutions of higher education for 19 years as principal, senior lecturer, and research fellow in theology and public life. In October 2005, he was appointed as a Professor of Theology to mentor masters and doctoral students at the Global University, USA and worldwide.

Dr. Dau is the author of book: Suffering and God: A Theological Study of the War in Sudan. He speaks Dinka, Arabic, Kiswahili, and English. He is married to Lydia and they are blessed with four children, three sons and a daughter.

Followed by a Panel Discussion and Q&A with:

Malual Awak, President, Sudanese Community Association of Illinois

Gabriel Dut Atem, Chicago Association for the Lost Boys of Sudan

Reservations are requested for this free program. To RSVP call 847-967-4844 or email

See Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center for more information.