DANIEL LEMZI EREGAE
Wife: Joyce Arupe
Boaz Kebo Lemzi (8 years), Josephat Aleper Lemzi (6 years)
Paulina Atabo Lemzi (4 years), Justus Ekai Lemzi (2 years)
Jeniffer Awesit Lemzi (1 year)
Daniel Esekon Alih (9 years), Angolol Muhammed (8 years)
SIMI Class: 2017-2018
Block: Chokchok Block
Village: Napetet (pop. 7210)
The village is full of witchcraft and sorceries as a means of protection. Small business is the reliable economic activity in the area.
Upon the missionary’s approach to the residents of Napetet, 81 members have given their lives to Christ Jesus. They usually meet in a semi-permanent building. The members include 14 women, 6 men, 28 youth, and 34 Sunday School children.
Updates from the field:
In August, Missionary Daniel shared the Gospel with the people in his village, and 4 peoplegave their lives to Christ. 3 people are being discipled, and 43 believers attended Sunday services. Daniel is grateful for continued support.
– The need for water
– Lack of a building for worship
In July, Missionary Daniel shared the Gospel with the people in Kaasilngimoe Village, and 7 people gave their lives to Christ. 3 people are being discipled, and 40 believers attended Sunday services. Daniel is grateful for continued support.
In June, Missionary Daniel shared the Gospel with the people of Kaasilngimoe Village, and 15 people gave their lives to Christ. 2 people are currently being discipled. 40 believers attended Sunday service. Daniel is grateful for continued support.
In May, Missionary Daniel reached 2 villages, and 15 people were saved. 10 new members were added in the mother church this month.
– Church construction
– Lack of water in the church compound
In April, Missionary Daneil had an average of 44 believers attend church services each week in the mother church. 4 people gave their lives to Christ this month.
– Famine and drought
– Long distance traveling
In March, Missionary Daniel planted a church in the Kalotum Village, and 29 believers attended service. An average of 55 believers attended services each week in the mother church in Napetet Village. The mother church gained 13 new members this month, and 4 people gave their lives to Christ. Daniel currently has 8 students in Discipleship Class.
– Revival of people’s faith
– Church construction
– No means of transportation
In February, the average attendance in Kalotum was 42. They had eight people accept Christ, and eight enrolled in the discipleship class.
– Believers to get rooted in the Word of God
– Kalotum Village is in need of a church building
– God to miraculously touch village elders to offer land for a church building
– People to accept God with their whole heart
Missionary Daniel is the pastor of the church in Kalotum, where the average attendance in January was 65. They added three new members this month. They did an outreach to the village of Narangemunyen, where seven people accepted Christ, and seven people are enrolled in the discipleship class. Missionary Daniel has two elders who have been trained to help him with evangelism in the area. He also serves the church in Gold where about 20 people meet for services. They added two new members this month.
– Church construction to be completed
– Funds for school fees for the children
– No medical clinic
– Lack of support for needy church members
– Low church attendance
– Migration of people in search of food and water for their families and livestock