Samwel Lokiriama Esinyen

    SAMWEL LOKIRIAMA ESINYEN

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    SIMI Class: 2017-2018

    Block: Kachoda Block

    SIMI Class: 2017-2018

    Block: Kachoda Block

    Village: Kibish

    Village: Kibish

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    Updates from the field:

    July 2019

    In July, Missionary Samwel shared the Gospel with 354 people in the Village of Lokamarinyang. He prays for cultural belief differences, insecurity, and peace. He is planning to plant church in the villages of Koyasa and Lobulonia in the future. An average of 835 people attended Sunday services this month. Samwel is thankful for the support and prayers that he receives.


    June 2019

    In June, Missionary Samwel shared the Gospel with 250 people in the Village of Lokamarinyang. He is praying for cultural belief differences, insecurity, and peace. He is looking at planting a church in the villages of Koyasa and Lobulonia. 725 people attended Sunday services this month. Samwel is thankful for the prayers and support.


    May 2019

    In May, Missionary Samwel had an average of 360 believers attend church each Sunday in the mother church. In the daughter church in Lokamarinyang Village, 220 adults and 110 children attended services.

    Prayer Needs

    – Peace

    – Church construction

     

    Challenges

    – Hunger, shortage of food

    – Shortage of water

    – Insecurity

    Note To Sponsor

    We are fine in the Lord Jesus Christ. The Gospel of Christ is being preached throughout the region. Remember us in prayers. Thank you. God bless you and your family.


    April 2019

    In April, Missionary Samwel had an average of 234 believers attend church each week in the mother church. He targets to reach the villages of Koyasa, Loitanit, and Lobulono.


    March 2019

    In March, Missionary Samwel ministered in the Lokamarinyang and Napak villages, and 20 people gave their lives to Christ. An average of 334 believers attend church each Sunday in the mother church. Samwel has 3 evangelists/elders who help him with his work in the ministry.

    Prayer Needs

    – Peace to prevail

    – Unity among the community

    – Church construction

     

    Challenges

    – Walking long distances

    – Traditional beliefs and witchdoctors

    – Insecurity

    Note To Sponsor

    Thank you very much for your support and prayers. God bless you.


    February 2019

    In February, Missionary Samwel had an average attendance of 140 in the church at Kibish. They did an outreach to the village of Lokamarinyan, where 150 people came to Christ. Twenty people are enrolled in the discipleship class. They planted a church in the village of Napak. He also serves the villages of Koyasa, Napak, Lobulonia, and Natodomeri where combined attendance for the month was 186.

    Prayer Needs

    – Peace between the neighboring countries

    – Samwel’s son to have a desire to learn

     

    Challenges

    – Hunger

    – Shortage of food and water

    Note To Sponsor

    Dear Sponsor,

    We are doing well in the Lord Jesus Christ. There is some cattle rustling and killing from the neighboring countries of Ethiopia and Sudan. The Gospel of Christ is continuing to be preached throughout the region. Please remember us in your prayers. Thank you and God bless you and your family.


    January 2019

    Missionary Samwel is the pastor of the church in Kibish Village, with an average attendance of 63. They added 20 new members this month. They did an outreach to the village of Lokamarinyang, where 20 people were saved and 20 are enrolled in discipleship classes.

    Prayer Needs

    – The need for a means of transportation

     

    Challenges

    – Hunger

    – Migration of people in search of water and food for their families and livestock affects attendance at services

    – Drought

    Note To Sponsor

    I do thank you for your sacrificial support of my family and the Church. Thank you.