ASUROI EJORE EWOI
Wife: Elizabeth Akolonyo Asuroi
Moses Ekal (17 years), Timothy Elimlim (15 years)
Esinuen Asuroi (12 years), Silvia Amuria (4 years)
SIMI Class: 2017-2018
Block: Nakiria Block
A population of more than 1800, their economic activities include nomadic pastoralists and farming, while some are doing small scale business in KAPUA village. The village is known for general worship of idols under the control of demonic spirits in which the witch doctors are the mediums. Some common idols of worship in the area are the stars, moon, and charms. The villagers believe them as the source of life and protection.
As a result of evangelizing and witnessing by missionary ASUROI EJORE EWOI, the church members and enrollment are increasing rapidly. A number of 17 adults have given their lives to Christ and worship together regularly. The number of born again youth is 22 and Sunday school children is 32.
Updates from the field:
In August, Missionary Asuroi shared the gospel with 1800 people in Kapua Village again and 15 people gave their lives to Jesus. He is discipling 2 members. 148 people attended services in 2 villages this month. He is looking at sharing the Gospel in the Village of Kongilingili in the near future. Asuroi is thankful for the support and prayers.
– Church construction
– No means of getting from village to village – no motorcycle
In July, Missionary Asuroi shared the gospel with 60 people in Kapua Village and 10 people gave their lives to Jesus. He baptized 10 people and he is discipling 2 members. He is looking at sharing the Gospel in the Village of Kongilingili in the near future. Asuroi is thankful for the support and prayers.
In June, Missionary Asuroi shared the gospel with 60 people in Kapua Village and 12 people gave their lives to Jesus. He is currently discipling 1 person. He is looking at doing an outreach in the Village of Kongilinga in the near future. Asuroi is thankful for the support and prayers.
Missionary Asuroi is the pastor of the church in Kapua where the average size of his congregation this month was 60. They had three people who accepted Christ and were added to the church. Eight people were enrolled in the discipleship classes. Missionary Asuroi has four elders who have been trained to help him in the work of evangelism. He also serves the church in Nasurut where about 20 people meet each week to worship.
– Transportation means
– Need for food to fight hunger