Peter Lomong Lochebe, Toposa Team

    PETER LOMONG LOCHEBE

    Marital Status: Married

    Children: 3

    Location: Toposa, South Sudan

    In April 2021, SHARE commissioned Peter along with 14 other missionaries to begin outreach to the Toposa people of South Sudan. Peter is originally from Toposa but had been living in Turkana, Kenya. He has served as a Sunday School teacher and an associate pastor.


    UPDATES FROM THE FIELD:

     

    2022

    June

    In June, Peter continued sharing the Gospel in Naregere, Nakwaare, and Naluringok-peta Villages. 8 people accepted Christ. Peter will continue ministering in these villages on a weekly basis. 3 believers are being trained on how to start their own discipleship groups (Lighthouses). Peter is encouraged as the new believers get together to listen to the Audio Bible and practice with the signage bookmark. Lighthouses should be forming soon.

    May

    In May, Peter shared the Gospel in 3 Toposa villages – Naregere, Nakwaare, and Naluringok -peta. The villagers have been positive and happy to hear the Gospel. 4 people accepted Christ this month in these villages. 3 believers are being trained on how to start their own discipleship groups (Lighthouses). Peter is encouraged as the new believers get together to listen to the Audio Bible and practise with the signage bookmark. He is grateful for the motorbikes that they have been given that help them reach the villages.

    April

    In April, Peter continued sharing the Gospel and developing relationships in 2 Toposa villages – Napegere and Nakware. 3 people accepted Christ as Savior. 3 believers are being trained to be Champions; they should be forming Lighthouses soon. Peter prays for rain and for the new believers to share their faith with others.

    March

    In March, Peter shared the Gospel in 3 Toposa villages – Napegere, Nakware, and Nalokupeta. The villagers have been positive and happy to hear the Gospel. 3 believers are being trained on how to start their own discipleship groups (Lighthouses). Peter states, “Catholic missions are creating confusion and a bad influence on the people about the protestant or evangelical mission groups. Pray with us that God will shower Toposaland with good rains and encourage the evangelical missionaries to share Christ without fear.”