PETER EKIRU EKUWOM
Wife: Mary Akwee
Walcott Emeyan (31 years), Mc Mario Gideon (26 years)
Magdaline Moru (22 years), Stephen Ekal (18 years)
Grace Nanok (14 years), Eli Lochu (5 years)
Naomi Atabo Ekiru (19 years)
SIMI Class: 2017-2018
Block: Nakiria Block
Kanyangapus has 100 people with different beliefs, others in God, and some in lesser gods of the sun, moon, stars, and witch craft.
The area’s activity for earning a living includes hunting, gathering of wild fruits, and livestock/product selling, such as milk and meat.
Upon the evangelization of Peter, he has reached 47 adults, 20 youth, and 23 Sunday school children. They usually meet under a tree for worship.
Updates from the field:
In July, Missionary Peter shared the Word of God with a village. He disciples a class of 12 members. He prays for a means of transport. He is planning on planting a church in the Village of Morung’or in the future. An average of 44 attended church service. Peter is grateful for the continued prayers and support
In June, Missionary Peter shared the Gospel with a village and 5 people got saved. He disciples a class of 11 members. He prays for a means of transport. He is planning on planting a church in the Village of Morung’or in the future. An average of 44 attended church service. Peter is grateful for the continued prayers and support
Missionary Peter is the pastor of the church in Kanyangapus where the average church attendance for the month of February was 40. He is planning an outreach to the village of Moru Engor sometime in the future.
– That God would open up ways for getting water to our community
– That God would provide the much needed rain
– Lack of transportation to get to the villages
– No nearby medical clinics or school programs