Samuel Aiyo

    SAMUEL AIYO

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    SIMI Class: 2016-2017

    Block: Lorugum Block

    SIMI Class: 2016-2017

    Block: Lorugum Block

    Village: Kangole

    Village: Kangole

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    Updates from the field:

    July 2019

    In July, Missionary Samuel Aiyo did an outreach in the Village of Kabulokor and ministered to 12 people. One person came to Christ. He has 10 people attending discipleship class. His prayer request are for the church construction, drilling of water borehole. This month, 69 members attended Sunday church services. He is looking at doing an outreach in the Village of Namoruakwak in the future. Samuel is grateful for the support and prayers that he receives.


    June 2019

    In June, Missionary Samuel Aiyo did an outreach in the Village of Kabulokor and ministered to 15 people. He has 10 people attending discipleship class. His prayer request are for the church construction, drilling of water borehole, and construction of a dispensary. This month, 69 members attended Sunday church services. He is looking at doing an outreach in the Village of Namoruakwak in the future. Samuel is grateful for the support and prayers that he receives.

    April 2019

    In April, Missionary Samuel Aiyo reached the Kabulokor Village. He has 10 people attending discipleship class. His prayer request are for the church construction, drilling of water borehole, and construction of a dispensary. This month, 40 members attended Sunday church services. Samuel gives thanks to God for how far He has brought him in the ministry.

    Prayer Needs

    -Drilling of a borehole

    -Permanent church construction

    -Need for a health center

     

    Challenges

    -Lack of a health center

    -Diseases

    -Lack of means of transportation

    -Famine and drought

    Note To Sponsor

    Thank you very much for your support and prayers in the spreading of the Gospel. May God bless you and your family. Thank you.


    March 2019

    In March, Missionary Samuel Aiyo reached the Kabulokor Village, and 16 people gave their lives to Christ. He has 10 people attending discipleship class. His prayer request are for the church construction, drilling of water borehole, and construction of a dispensary. This month, 174 members attended Sunday church services. Samuel is giving thanks to God for how far He has brought him in the ministry.

    Prayer Needs

    -Drilling of a borehole

    -Construction of the church

    -Need a dispensary

     

    Challenges

    -Lack of dispensary

    -Diseases

    -Lack of means of transportation

    Note To Sponsor

    Thank you very much for your support and prayers in the spreading of the Gospel. May God bless you and your family. Thank you.


    February 2019

    In February, Missionary Samuel Aiyo reached the Kabulokor Village with the Word of God, and 1 person got saved. He is discipling a class of 10 people. He prays for the construction of the church. This month, 38 believers attended church services. He is thankful for the support and prayers.

    Prayer Needs

    -Need for a borehole

    -Construction of the church

    -Need for a means of transportation

    -Need for a health facility

     

    Challenges

    -Drought

    -Diseases

    -No health facility

    -Lack of means of transportation

    Note To Sponsor

    Receive much greetings from my family and I in Jesus’ name. I am very much humbled for the love and care that you have for us and for the continued support. Be blessed with your family. Thank you.


    January 2019

    In January, Missionary Samuel Aiyo reached the Kabulokor Village with the Gospel. He disciples a class of 10 people. He prays for a borehole to be dug in his church compound. During that month a total  of 70 believers attended church services. He is thankful for the support and prayers.

    Prayer Needs

    -Need for a borehole

    -Construction of the church

    -Need for a means of transportation

    -Need for a health facility

     

    Challenges

    -Drought

    -Diseases

    -No health facility

    -Lack of means of transportation

    Note To Sponsor

    Receive much greetings from my family and I in Jesus’ name. I am very much humbled for the love and care that you have for us and for the continued support. Be blessed with your family. Thank you.