Laarim colouring sheet

The Laarim live in small villages in a place called the Boya Hills. Their life revolves around cows. They breed cows, eat their meat, drink their blood and milk, and sleep on their hides. They are very interested in spiritual things. Most Laarim people believe in a supreme being who controls all of life, including the health of their cows. They believe spirits of their ancestors are still present on the earth. They talk to them through prayers and offerings which they perform together in particular places. 

Ever since South Sudan became an independent country there has been a lot of fighting. We pray that God would be their refuge, strength and an ever-present help in trouble. Why not download a colouring sheet to help you remember to pray for the people of South Sudan?

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