James Lomudang Eregae

    JAMES LOMUDANG EREGAE

    Wife: Elizabeth Eremon

    Children:

    Beatrice Emuria, Sharline Epur

    Gideon Ekaale, Benjamin Ekeru

    Cecilia Nalukowoi, Dorcas Eregae

    Purity Napulo

    Adopted Children:

    Simon Lokol

    SIMI Class: 2017-2018

    Zone: Kalemngorok

    Village: Simailele (pop. 600)

    The villagers practice small scale farming and pastoralists living.

    Most of the villagers are worshippers of the true God and few are encroached by the cultural aspects.

     

    Church Progress:

    James Lomudang started a church in Simailele Village with only 3 people, but now they have approximately 15 adults, 14 youth, and 21 Sunday School children.

     


    Updates from the field:

    December 2019

    In December, Missionary James again ministered in the Village of Lonyangkau, and 5 people accepted Christ. He has 25 students who attend Discipleship Class regularly. An average of 54 members attended church each Sunday in the mother church, and 26 members attended in the daughter church in Kekosowan Village. James and his team of 4 evangelists are planning an outreach in Nakutoi Village in the future. James is grateful for Share International and their support.

    Prayer Needs

    – Spiritual maturity of the church members

     

    Challenges

    – Walking long distances between villages

    – Water problems


    November 2019

    In November, Missionary James ministered in the Village of Lonyangkau, and 10 people accepted Christ. He has 20 students who attend Discipleship Class regularly, 8 of whom can freely testify to nonbelievers courageously. An average of 52 members attended church each Sunday in the mother church, and 30 members attended in the daughter church in Kekosowan Village. James and his team of 4 evangelists are planning an outreach in Nakutoi Village in the future. James is grateful for Share International.

    Prayer Needs

    – Spiritual support

    – Strength to walk long distances between villages

     

    Challenges

    – Migration of people


    October 2019

    In October, Missionary James shared the Gospel again in the Village of Lonyangkau, and 15 people accepted Christ. He is discipling a class of 20 students. An average of 65 members attended Sunday services this month. He is looking to do an outreach in the Village of Nakutoi in the future. James is grateful for Share International.

    Prayer Needs

    – Spiritual maturity of the church members

     

    Challenges

    – Walking long distances between villages


    September 2019

    In September, Missionary James shared the Gospel in the Village of Lonyangkau, and 7 people accepted Christ. He is discipling a class of 25 students. An average of 70 members attended Sunday services this month. He is looking to do an outreach in the Village of Kapelo in the future. James is grateful for Share International for making it possible for him to be a missionary and do God’s work.

    Prayer Needs

    – Spiritual maturity of the church members

     

    Challenges

    – The distances between villages is great

    – Walking to each of the villages

    – Water problem


    August 2019

    In August, Missionary James shared the Gospel in the Village of Lonyangkau, and 7 people accepted Christ. He is discipling a class of 20 students. An average of 65 members attended Sunday services this month. He is looking to do an outreach in the Village of Kapelo in the future. James is grateful for Share International for making it possible for him to be a missionary and do God’s work.

    Prayer Needs

    – Spiritual maturity of the church members

     

    Challenges

    – Nomadism is affecting the weekly attendance in the churches

    – Walking to each of the villages is long and strenuous


    July 2019

    In July, Missionary James shared the Gospel with 40 people in the Village of Kapelo and 5 people accepted Christ. He is discipling a class of 20 people. An average of 115 members attended Sunday services this month. James is grateful for Share International for making it possible for him to be a missionary and do God’s work.

    Prayer Needs

    – Spiritual maturity of the church members

    – Strength to walk the long distances between villages

     

    Challenges

    – Nomadism is affecting attendance

    – Walking long distances to reach the other villages


    June 2019

    In June, Missionary James shared the Gospel in the Village of Lonyangkau, and 5 people accepted Christ. An average of 97 members attended Sunday services this month. James is grateful for Share International for making it possible for him to be a missionary and do God’s work.

    Prayer Needs

    – Spiritual maturity of the church members

    – Need for an Adult Literacy Teacher

     

    Challenges

    – Nomadism is affecting attendance

    – Walking long distances to reach the other villages


    May 2019

    In May, Missionary James ministers in Lonyangkua Village, and 5 people were saved. There are 20 students in Discipleship Class, 5 of whom can freely testify to nonbelievers courageously.

    Prayer Needs

    – Spiritual maturity of the church members

    – Need for an Adult Literacy Teacher

     

    Challenges

    – Nomadism is affecting attendance

    – Walking long distances to reach the other villages


    April 2019

    In April, the average attendance on Sundays for church in Simailele was 54 members. Three new members were added this month. They did an outreach to the Village of Lonyangkau, where 5 people gave their lives to Christ. There are 15 people attending the discipleship classes. In the daughter church in Kekoswan, the average attendance was 15. They are looking to do an outreach to the village of Kapelo in the near future.

    Prayer Needs

    – Need for food

    – Need of an Adult Literacy Teacher

     

    Challenges

    – Insecurity

    – Walking long distances to reach the other villages


    March 2019

    James serves as the Missionary/Pastor to the Village of Simailele. There was an average of 37 members who attended each week. They added three new members this month. They also did an outreach to the village of Lonyangkau, where five people accepted Christ as Savior. There are 15 people attending discipleship classes. Three members have been trained as evangelist/elders to help James with sharing the Gospel to the area around them. James is also the Pastor to the church in Kekoswan, where about 15 people meet each week. He is looking to do an outreach to the village of Kapelo in the near future.

    Prayer Needs

    – Need for food

    – Need of an Adult Teacher

     

    Challenges

    – Insecurity

    – Walking long distances to reach other villages