James Lomudang Eregae

    JAMES LOMUDANG EREGAE

    Wife: Elizabeth Eremon

    Kids:

    Beatrice Emuria (21 years), Sharline Epur (17 years)

    Gideon Ekaale (15 years), Benjamin Ekeru (13 years)

    Cecilia Nalukowoi (9 years), Dorcas Eregae (6 years)

    Purity Napulo (4 years)

    Adopted Kids:

    Simon Lokol (2 years)

    SIMI Class: 2017-2018

    Block: Kalemngorok Block

    Wife: Elizabeth Eremon

    Kids:

    Beatrice Emuria (21 years), Sharline Epur (17 years)

    Gideon Ekaale (15 years), Benjamin Ekeru (13 years)

    Cecilia Nalukowoi (9 years), Dorcas Eregae (6 years)

    Purity Napulo (4 years)

    Adopted Kids:

    Simon Lokol (2 years)

    SIMI Class: 2017-2018

    Block: Kalemngorok Block

    Village: Simailele

    It has a population of 600 people.

    They practice small scale farming and pastoralists living.

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

    Church Progress:

    James Lomudang started a church in this village with 3 people but now they have 15 adults and 21 Sunday school children.

     


    Updates from the field:

    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 thankful for the continued support and prayers.


    June 2019

    In June, Missionary James shared the Gospel with 40 people in the Village of Lonyang Kau and 5 people accepted Christ. He is discipling a class of 15 people. An average of 97 members attended Sunday services this month. James is thankful for the continued support and prayers.


    April 2019

    In the month of April the average attendance on Sunday morning for church in Simailele was 54. 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 currently 15 people attending the discipleship classes. In the daughter church of Kekoswan the average attendance was 15 and three new members were added this month as well. They are looking at doing an outreach to the village of Kapelo in the near future.

    Prayer Needs

    – Shortage of food

    – Need of an Adult Literacy Teacher

    Challenges

    – Insecurity

    – Transportation means

    Note To Sponsor

    I am grateful for your support and prayers.

    God bless you.


    March 2019

    James serves as the Missionary/Pastor to the Village of Simailele. There were an average of 37 people in attendance at each of the services in March. They added three new members this month. They also did an outreach to the village of Lonyangkau where five people accepted Christ as Saviour. There are currently 15 people attending discipleship classes this month. Three members have been trained as evangelist/elders to help James with the working of sharing Christ 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 at doing an outreach to the village of Kapelo in the near future.

    Prayer Needs

    – Shortage of food

    – Need of an Adult Teacher

     

    Challenges

    – Insecurity

    – Transportation means

    Note To Sponsor

    I am grateful for your support and prayers. God bless you.


    February 2019

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    January 2019

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