Eiton Lokirien Ilimo

    EITON LOKIRIEN ILIMO

    Wife: Akiru Eiton

    Kids:

    Catherine Ngasistae, Ekuwom Eiton

    Kadon Eiton, Anjeline Eiton

    Amekui Eiton

    Adopted Kids:

    Sharon Akiru

    SIMI Class: 2017-18

    Block: Sopel Block

    Village: Nalala

    Nalala village has a population of 6000. Lack of water is a challenge, and witch craft creates fear and discomfort to unbelievers. Burning charcoal and collecting firewood are the main economic activities for one to earn a living.

    Church Progress:

    Average of 66 members: 10 men, 29 women, 11 youth, and 16 children.

     


    Updates from the field:

    July 2019

    In July, Missionary Eiton Ilimo shared the Gospel again with 350 people in the Village of Koono (Nayanae-aalim). 3 people accepted Christ and 9 were baptized. Eiton prays that there would be a borehole drilled in the village a nursery school started here as well. 334 people attended Sunday services this month. He is grateful for the prayers and support.


    June 2019

    In June, Missionary Eiton Ilimo shared the Gospel with 350 people in the Village of Koono (Nayanae-aalim). 12 people accepted Christ and were baptized. Eiton prays that there would be a borehole drilled in the village a nursery school started here as well. 334 people attended Sunday services this month. He is grateful for the prayers and support.


    May 2019

    In May, Missionary Eiton Ilimio reached Koono (Nayanae-aalim) with a population of 350 people, and 25 souls came to Christ Jesus. 15 others were baptized. His prayer requests are for rainfall and a nursery school in the village. 406 people attended services on Sunday. Eiton is grateful for the prayers and support.


    April 2019

    In April, Missionary Eiton Ilimo had an average attendance of 59 people, with 6 new members.

    Prayer Needs

    – Lack of water in Koono Village

    – Those who are against the Word of God to be converted

     

    Challenges

    – Long distances

    – Drought, which leads to migration of people

    – People against the Word of God

    Note To Sponsor

    I pay gratitude to Share International for acquiring Biblical training.

    Thanks to my sponsor for supporting me to spread the Gospel to the unreached Turkana people. Thank you.


    March 2019

    In March, Missionary Eiton Ilimo reached the Koono and Natwel villages, where 26 people were saved. The average attendance was 261. He targets the Kaakalel Village, which is 12 kms from the mother church.

    Prayer Needs

    – Need for water in the Koono Village

     

    Challenges

    – Lack of transportation

    – Long distances to travel

    – Drought, which leads to the migration of people

    – People against the Word of God

    Note To Sponsor

    I pay gratitude to Share International for acquiring Biblical training.

    Thanks to my sponsor for supporting me to spread the Gospel to the unreached Turkana people. Thank you.


    February 2019

    In February, the attendance at Nalala was 45, with seven new members added. They did an outreach to the village of Koono, where 12 people accepted Christ. They planted a church there as well. They are looking to do an outreach to the village of Kangalita next.

    Prayer Needs

    – Lack of water in Koono village

    – A need for a motorcyle as transportation to the unreached villages

    Challenges

    – Shortage of water in the newly reached village of Koono

    – Lack of transportation means

    Note To Sponsor

    I would like to thank Share International for the Biblical training that they have provided for me. Thank you to my sponsor for supporting my in spreading the Gospel to the unreached people of Turkana. Thank you.


    January 2019

    Missionary Eiton is the pastor at the church in Nalala, where the average attendance at services was 59 this month. They added eight new members. They did an outreach to the village of Lokoukwee, where two people accepted Christ. Four people are attending the discipleship class. Eiton has three elders who are trained in evangelism to help him with his work. He has an outreach planned for the village of Koono.

    Prayer Needs

    – God to save the witch doctor

    – Drought and famine

     

    Challenges

    – Lack of finances to extend the Gospel

    – Migration of people to find food and water for their families and livestock

    – Rejection of the Gospel

    Note To Sponsor

    I appreciate your sponsorship so that I can acquire Biblical training. May God bless you and your family. Thank you.