ENOS LONGOLI LOMORUKAI
Wife: Sarah Epem
Main Village: Kolelewi
# of Churches: 3
Total Members: 188
Disciples in Lighthouses: 13
“One time I fell sick. My friends advised me to see the local witchdoctor. I did, staying with him for three days. The witchdoctor told me that my God had revealed to him that I would be in the midst of people in white clothing, worshipping with joy and having meals together. He told me to go where those people were and I would be healed. When I left the witchdoctor, I went to Kalemunyang village, then to Lorugum, and finally Lodwar – to Share International’s Office. I was prayed for at SHARE’s office.
Many people were praying that I would know God on my way back; and I was very eager to do so. When I started believing, I began to feel the difference. When I got back to my village, people started asking me, ‘Is this the same Enos we used to know as a terrible person?’
I started sharing the Gospel in my village. As I shared the Word of God, it became evident I had the gift of foretelling the future. Whatever God spoke to me in dreams always came to pass. So, people began asking me what God was revealing about them.
I have been a minister in Nawomor Village church and an evangelist in the area. God is working wonders in the village! They are now at peace with the rival village of the Pokot tribe.
I believe God has given me a gift to master the books, chapters, and verses of the Bible when I listen to the Audio Bible that Share International gave me.”
“I thank God for helping me to come to know Share International brethren so as we partner to serve the Lord Jesus Christ at the Lorugum Zone DMM Center. May the Lord our God bless you as we partner in God’s vineyard.”
Note to Sponsor:
Greeting in Jesus name. I am doing well, as is my family and the church of God. Thank you so much for your continued support and prayers.
Updates from the field:
In June, Enos ministered to his church family, about 67 members attended services each Sunday in the mother church in Koleleui Village and 70 in the daughter church in Kopeta Village. 5 people accepted Christ when he shared the Gospel. Enos is grateful for the support that he recieves and asks that you pray with him for protection in this insecure area.
In May, Enos ministered to his church family, about 60 members attended services each Sunday in the mother church in Koleleui Village and 163 in the 3 daughter churches. 2 people accepted Christ when he shared the Gospel. He now has 2 Champions, leading 2 Lighthouses and 10 disciples attending. He is planning an outreach in Nabosokopi Village (15 kms/9.3 miles away) sometime this year. Enos is grateful for the support that he recieves.