Barnabas Fund has transported over 2,300 Christians from Sudan since the start of its rescue mission four months ago.
The Christians are being evacuated because of increasing hostility in the majority-Muslim country.
After South Sudan gained independence in 2011, the largely Christian
Southerners living in Sudan lost their citizenship rights and were
ordered to leave.
There is little sign of conditions improving as Sudanese President
Omar al-Bashir has vowed to bring in a fully Islamic constitution and
strengthen sharia law.
The Christians in the Barnabas evacuation programme are being taken to South Sudan, which is largely Christian.
The evacuees, who include women and children, are being transported by bus in partnership with Africa Inland Church Sudan.
There are plans to rescue another 1,500 from Sudan.
Dr Patrick Sookhdeo, International Director of Barnabas Fund, said:
"It has been wonderful to see the Lord’s hand at work in the Exodus
mission. There have been many difficulties and setbacks, but each time He has
opened the way and has made this endeavour more fruitful than we could
have asked or imagined. We pray that He will continue to bless this work so that many more
Christian women and children trapped in Sudan can be helped to safety."