James Apak

    JAMES APAK

    Zone: Sopel

    Main Village: Kangkukus

    # of Churches: 1

    Total Members: 50

    Lighthouses: 5

    Champions: 5

    Disciples in Lighthouses: 28

    Note to Sponsor:
    Dear Sponsor, I hope that you and your family are doing great. Thank for the support you’ve continued to send through Share International. Thank you also for the DMM & Bible pathway materials. God bless you so much.

     


    Updates from the field:

    2021

    August

    In August, Monitor James ministered to his church family, where approximately 54 members attended each Sunday. He did an outreach in Amoni a Kalototor Village and 15 people accepted Christ when the Gospel message was shared! He is grateful for the support that he receives from his sponsor and asks that you pray with him for rain for this area.

    September

     

    July

    In July, Monitor James ministered to his church family, where approximately 47 members attended each Sunday. He did an outreach in Amoni a Kailo Village and 2 people accepted Christ when the Gospel message was shared. He is grateful for the support that he receives from his sponsor and asks that you pray with him for rain for this area.

    June 

    In June, Monitor James ministered to his church family, where approximately 48 members attended each Sunday. He is grateful for the support that he receives from his sponsor.

    May 

    In May, Monitor James ministered to his church family, where approximately 59 members attended each Sunday. James did an outreach to Nadipoe Village and 4 people accepted Christ. He is grateful for the support that he receives from his sponsor.

    April

    In April, Monitor James resumed services in the mother church, where approximately 40 members attended each Sunday. James is planning an outreach to Kona Mbaya Village (6kms/3.7 miles) In May. He is grateful for the support that he receives from his sponsor.


    2020

    September

    In September, Monitor James resumed services in both churches. Approximately 25 members attended each Sunday in the mother church in Kangkukus Village, and 30 attended in the daughter church in Kaengolereng Village. James has established 5 Lighthouses (Discipleship Groups) with 28 disciples attending!

    March 

    In March, Monitor James continued to minister to his home church and the daughter church. An average of 44 people attended services each Sunday. James is grateful for the support that he receives from his sponsor.

    February 

    In February, Monitor James continued to minister to his home church and the daughter church, and 1 person accepted Christ. 10 people were baptized. He is currently teaching a discipleship class of 3 students. An average of 59 people attended services each Sunday. James is grateful for the support that he receives from his sponsor.

    January 

    In January, James became a Monitor of Sopel Zone! He continued to minister to his home church and the daughter church, and 1 person accepted Christ. 10 people were baptized. He is currently teaching a discipleship class of 4 students. An average of 86 people attended services each Sunday. James is grateful for the support that he receives from his sponsor.


    2019

    December 

    In December, Missionary James continued to minister to his home church and the daughter church and 6 people accepted Christ. He is currently teaching a discipleship class of 16 students. An average of 83 people attended services each Sunday. James is grateful for the support that he receives from his sponsor.

    November 

    In November, Missionary James continued to minister to his home church and the daughter church. An average of 83 people attended services each Sunday. He disciples a class of 11 members. James is grateful for the support that he receives from his sponsor.

    October 

    In October, Missionary James continued to minister to his home church and daughter church. 2 new members were added to the mother church this month. An average of 73 people attended services each Sunday. He disciples a class of 10 members. James is grateful for the support that he receives from his sponsor.

    September 

    In September, Missionary James continued to minister to his home church and daughter church. 1 new member was added to the mother church this month. An average of 77 people attended services each Sunday. He disciples a class of 5 members.

    August 

    In August, Missionary James Apak continued to minister to his home church and the daughter church. 2 people accepted Christ. An average of 75 people attended services each Sunday. He disciples a class of 10 members.

    July 

    In July Missionary James Apak shared the gospel in Kang’kukus with 48 people and 2 people accepted Christ. An average of 74 people attend services on Sunday. He disciples a class of 7 members.

    June 

    In June, Missionary James Apak shared the Gospel in Kangkukus, and 19 people accepted Christ. An average of 70 people attended services each Sunday.

    May 

    In May, Missionary James Apak shared the Gospel in Kangkukus, and 1 person accepted Christ. 8 people are being discipled in the discipleship class. An average of 101 members attended services. James is grateful for the continued support and prayers.

    April 

    In April, Missionary James Apak ministered in Kangkukus, where 3 people got saved, and 18 people are in discipleship class. An average of 60 church members attended the church services this month. James is grateful for the continued support and prayers.

    March 

    In March, Missionary James Apak ministered in Kangkukus. 18 people are in discipleship class. An average of 38 church members attended the church services this month. He prays for the end of the persistent drought. He is grateful for the continued support and prayers.

    February 

    In February, Missionary James Apak preached the Gospel, and 2 people gave their lives to Christ. He disciples a class of 6 members. 32 people attended the services in his church this month. He prays for the drought to end, as many people are suffering from thirst and hunger. He needs prayers for his daughter too, who is a class 8 candidate. James is grateful for the continued support and prayers.

    January

    In January, Missionary James Apak ministered in Kangkukus, where 3 people came to Christ. 27 people are in discipleship class. He prays for the end of the persistent drought. He is grateful for the continued support and prayers.