Researcher Justin Long sent us a message this past week with a subject line, “Maranatha, Lord.” The one line in the email? “Wouldn’t now be a good time?” His meaning was simple: He had been researching stories like the one in the Guardian citing evidence that a child in Zamzam camp (Darfur) dies every two hours ( and an equally poignant story from Radio Dabanga (from within Sudan) that research by the World Food Programme had recently concluded that less than 5% of Sudanese can afford one meal per day. Ten months of war between the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) there has crippled virtually everything. It’s time to pray harder, friends. (We’re always thankful for a word from Justin –