Michael Meyen Meriyo

    MICHAEL MEYEN MERIYO

    Wife: Selina Nangem

    Kids:

    Eunice Longol Meyen, Jennifer Arukudi Meyen

    Sarah Awar Meyen, Jamilla Esinyen Meyen

    Susan Meriyo Meyen

    Adopted Kids:

    Purity Apur, Samwel Echarait

    SIMI Class: 2017-2018

    Block: Nayada Block

    Village: Lopeisajait

    They have a population of more than 450 and their economic activities include nomadic pastoralists and farming, while some are doing small scale business in Lopeisajait 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.

    Church Progress:

    As a result of the evangelization/witnessing by missionary Michael, the church members and enrollment is increasing rapidly.

     


    Updates from the field:

    August 2019

    In August, Missionary Michael again shared the Word of God with the people of Kaloboi village and 5 people came to Christ. 10 people are attending the discipleship class. 114 people attend Sunday service. He is hoping to plant a church in the Village of Nakabaran in the near future. Michael is grateful for prayers and support.

    Prayer Needs

     

    Challenges

    Note To Sponsor

    God bless you for your support. May God bless you and your family. Thank you.


    July 2019

    In July, Missionary Michael shared the Word of God with the people of Kaloboi village and 5 people came to Christ. 274 people attend Sunday service. He is hoping to plant a church in the Village of Nakabaran in the near future. Michael is grateful for prayers and support.


    June 2019

    In June, Missionary Michael shared the Word of God with the people of Lopeisajait and 2 people came to Christ. 344 people attend Sunday service. He is looking at planting a church in the Village of Nakabaran in the future. Michael is grateful for prayers and support.


    May 2019

    In May, Missionary Michael Meriyo ministered in the Lopeisajait Village, and 10 people gave their lives to Christ. He baptized 5 believers. He disciples a class of 10 members. This month, an average of 116 believers attended service each Sunday. He targets the Nakabaran Village for future church planting. Michael is grateful for the prayers and support from his sponsors.


    April 2019

    In April, Missionary Michael Meriyo ministered in the Lopeisajait Village. He currently teaches a discipleship class of 10 members. An average of 116 believers attend church service each Sunday. He targets the Nakabaran Village for future church planting. Michael is grateful for prayers and support from his sponsors.


    March 2019

    In March, Missionary Michael Meriyo reached the Lopeisajait Village with the word of God, and 10 people came to Christ. He baptized 22 believers. He teaches a class of 10 disciples. He prays for a water borehole in his area. He targets the Nakabaran Village for future church planting. Michael is grateful for the prayers and support he receives.

    Prayer Needs

    – Church construction to be completed

    – Need for a borehole in the area

    – A motorcycle to ease traveling the long distances to the villages

     

    Challenges

    – Lack of a medical clinic

    – Lack of support for the needy church members

    Note To Sponsor

    Dear Friend,

    Thank you so much for supporting the work of God. God bless.


    February 2019

    Missionary Michael is the pastor at the church in Lopeisajait where the average attendance in February was 43. They added five new members this month. They did an outreach to the villages of Kaloboi and Kabila Asonyok where 10 people gave their lives to Christ and 27 were baptized. There are 10 people enrolled in the discipleship classes. Missionary Michael has 2 elders who have been trained to help him with evangelism to the area.

    Prayer Needs

    – Church construction to be completed

    – Water provision for the community

    – A motorcycle to ease traveling the long distances to the villages

     

    Challenges

    – Lack of a medical clinic

    – Lack of support for the needy church members

    Note To Sponsor

    Dear Friend,

    Thank you so much for supporting the work of God. God bless.