Rev. Abraham Yel Nhial

Rev. Abraham Yel Nhial


Name: Rev. Abraham Yel Nhial
Place of Birth: Aweil, Southern Sudan
Sex: Male
Marital Status: Married
Nationality: Sudanese
Languages: Dinka, English, Arabic


2007-2010 Master of Divinity Degree
2003-2007 Bachelor of Biblical Studies

Work Experience

July 27, 2009 Ordained as priest by Rt Rev. Nathaniel Garang Anyieth Bishop of Bor Diocese
May 2001- Sudanese Episcopal Church of Atlanta - Pastor
2004 Bridging the Gap - Community liaison for Lost Boys and Sudanese Community
2001-2003 Lost Boys Foundation - Advocate and community coordinator
2000-2001 Episcopal Church of Sudan, Kakuma Refugee Camp Kenya - Ordained deacon by The Rt Rev. Nathaniel Garang Anyieth, Bishop of the Diocese
1996-2000 Episcopal Church Kakuma Refugee Camp - Licensed as Evangelist by Rev. Abraham Mayom Athian

Other Activities

Speaking at colleges, churches, community groups, and media/news papers around the country as an advocate for the Lost Boys of Sudan, the Sudanese people and peace building in South Sudan. I am also involved in mission work in my home country of Sudan, having returned eight times to Kenya, Uganda, and Southern Sudan to do missionary work. For example, I built Bible a School at Wanyjok, a Primary School in Pan Apuoth, six wells, and a car, the first permanent church building at Taraliet and sent two pastors for Mission to Port Sudan and accomplished many other projects.