Eiton Lokirien Ilimo

    EITON LOKIRIEN ILIMO

    Wife: Akiru Eiton

    Children:
    Catherine Ngasistae, Ekuwom Eiton,
    Kadon Eiton, Anjeline Eiton,
    Amekui Eiton, Sharon Akiru

    SIMI Class: 2017-2018

    Zone: Sopel

    # of Churches: 3

    Total Members: 203

    Lighthouses: 4

    Champions: 4

    Disciples in Lighthouses: 22

    Main Village: Nalala
    Nalala Village has a population of 6,000. Lack of water is a major challenge. The witchcraft in the village creates fear and discomfort. Burning charcoal and collecting firewood are the main economic activities.

    Note to Sponsor:
    Thank you for your support. God bless you.

    2021


    Updates from the field:

    June 2021

    In June, Motivator Eiton minister to approximately 85 members each Sunday in the mother church (Nalala Village), and 118 members in the two daughter churches. One new members was added to the mother church and 2 new members to the daughter churches this month. He is grateful for the support that he receives and asks that you pray with him for strength as he walks from village to village and for clean drinking water for this area.

    May 2021

    In May, Motivator Eiton minister to approximately 98 members each Sunday in the mother church (Nalala Village), and 104 members in the two daughter churches. He is grateful for the support that he receives and asks that you pray with him for strength as he walks from village to village and for clean drinking water for this area.

    April 2021

    In April Motivator Eiton minister to approximately 79 members each Sunday in the mother church (Nalala Village), and 108 members in the two daughter churches. He is grateful for the support that he receives and asks that you pray with him for rain for this drought stricken region.


    2020

    November 2020

    In November, approximately 64 members attended church each Sunday in the mother church (Nalala Village), and 21 members attended in the daughter church (Nayanae-alim Village). Eiton has established 4 Lighthouses (Discipleship Groups) with 22 disciples attending. He did an outreach in Lokoukwee Village and 6 people accepted Christ. In 2021 he is anticipating doing an outreach in Koono Village (4 miles away). He is grateful for the support that he receives.

    September 2020

    In September, approximately 62 members attended church each Sunday in the mother church (Nalala Village), and 24 members attended in the daughter church (Nayanae-alim Village). Eiton has established 3 Lighthouses (Discipleship Groups) with 16 disciples attending.

    March 2020

    In March, Motivator Eiton ministered in Alamach Village, and 6 people gave their lives to Christ. There are currently 8 students in Discipleship Class. An average of 64 members attended church each Sunday. Eiton is grateful for the support he receives from his sponsor.

    January 2020

    In January, Missionary Eiton titled was changed to Motivtor to keep inline with the mission of Share International. He continued to ministered in Alamach Village. Eiton is grateful for the support he receives from his sponsor.


    2019

    December 2019

    In December, Missionary Eiton ministered in Alamach Village, and 5 people gave their lives to Christ. There are currently 5 students in Discipleship Class. An average of 62 members attended church each Sunday. Eiton is grateful for the support he receives from his sponsor.

    November 2019

    In November, Missionary Eiton ministered in Lokoukwee Village, and 6 people gave their lives to Christ. There are currently 36 students in Discipleship Class, 6 of whom can freely testify to nonbelievers courageously. An average of 81 members attended church each Sunday. Eiton is grateful for the support he receives from his sponsor.

    October 2019

    In October, Missionary Eiton shared the Gospel with the people in the Village of Nayanae-alim. 12 people accepted Christ, and 14 people were baptized. He is currently discipling a class of 10 students. An average of 54 people attended Sunday services each week. He is grateful for the prayers and support.

    September 2019

    In September, Missionary Eiton Ilimo shared the Gospel with 1,600 people in the Village of Nayanae. 13 people accepted Christ. An average of 75 people attended Sunday services each week. He is grateful for the prayers and support.

    June 2019

    In June, Missionary Eiton Ilimo shared the Gospel with 350 people in the Village of Koono (Nayanae-aalim). 12 people accepted Christ and were baptized. Eiton prays that there would be a borehole drilled in the village a nursery school started here as well. 334 people attended Sunday services this month. He is grateful for the prayers and support.

    May 2019

    In May, Missionary Eiton Ilimio reached Koono (Nayanae-aalim) with a population of 350 people, and 25 souls came to Christ Jesus. 15 others were baptized. His prayer requests are for rainfall and a nursery school in the village. 406 people attended services on Sunday. Eiton is grateful for the prayers and support.

    April 2019

    In April, Missionary Eiton Ilimo had an average attendance of 59 people, with 6 new members.

    March 2019

    In March, Missionary Eiton Ilimo reached the Koono and Natwel villages, where 26 people were saved. The average attendance was 261. He targets the Kaakalel Village, which is 12 kms from the mother church.

    February 2019

    In February, the attendance at Nalala was 45, with seven new members added. They did an outreach to the village of Koono, where 12 people accepted Christ. They planted a church there as well. They are looking to do an outreach to the village of Kangalita next.

    January 2019

    Missionary Eiton is the pastor at the church in Nalala, where the average attendance at services was 59 this month. They added eight new members. They did an outreach to the village of Lokoukwee, where two people accepted Christ. Four people are attending the discipleship class. Eiton has three elders who are trained in evangelism to help him with his work. He has an outreach planned for the village of Koono.