‘I am telling you the truth: those who hear My words and believe in Him who sent Me have eternal life. They will not be judged, but have already passed from death to life.’
Updates from the Zones indicated in blue are featured in this newsletter.
There are 45 churches in Katapakin Zone, with a total of 192 believers enrolled in 46 Lighthouses that are led by 41 Champions. A total of 21 believers have led others to Christ. The Audio Bible provided by SHARE is a great teaching/learning tool for those in these Lighthouses, as most of them are oral learners. People are eager to learn more from the Bible, gathering daily to hear from God’s Word and practice telling their stories using the DMM signage bookmarks.
Motivators preach in their respective churches and evangelize in the villages around them. They also visit with their members individually, praying for them and encouraging them in their walk with God. Sometimes that involves meeting their physical needs too.
Numbers are fluctuating due to migration caused by the rising water of Lake Turkana, which has affected 6 villages – Aporokit, Ekwar, Nanyangkipi, Ngimuraei, Lokoyo and Merier.
Despite COVID restrictions, 3 new churches were planted in Katapakin Zone, and 11 people accepted Christ in the past month!
Champion Elizabeth Akaale is holding a DMM signage bookmark that she has been using with her Lighthouse as they learn to share their faith with others
People are remaining strong in their faith because Motivators are making efforts to visit them regularly, encouraging them and praying with them. There are 36 churches in Kalemng’orok Zone. This past month 28 people accepted Christ and 41 people were baptized.
A total of 44 Lighthouses have formed, with 44 Champions leading them using Audio Bibles as their main source of Spiritual nourishment. Believers are hearing and memorizing the Word of God, “hiding” it in their hearts (Ps. 119:11). If for some reason the pastor/Motivator is unable to make it to the village that week, the people gather and someone plays Scripture from the device. After, they join in singing along to songs that are recorded on the device. More and more people are wanting to have their own Audio Bible so they can listen to the Bible more often. They are also asking for more DMM signage bookmarks to use for sharing with others how God has changed their lives. The harvest is indeed plentiful and SHARE International is doing all they can to supply the tools to meet the need.
Monitor David Lokoki is sharing the Word of God from an Audio Bible with his Lighthouse
Sunday School Report for October
Supervisor of Nayada & Sopel Zones, Mary Esinyen, sharing the Good News of Jesus with children in Nabuin Village
Some Sunday School Teachers are also Champions of Lighthouses in their villages.
Construction of the 8th DMM Center has begun!
Blocks have been molded & the foundation laid
The DMM Center in Kalemngorok is now complete
A shipment of Audio Bibles and printed Bibles have arrived in Lodwar and are being distributed
The Construction of the DMM Center in Lorugum has begun
The Jesus Film projector needed in Katapakin Zone
Coronavirus pandemic would cease
The waters of Lake Turkana to subside
The people would find stable places to raise their families and cease migrating
Funds for construction of DMM Center in Katapakin Zone
Peaceful coexistence between the Pokot and Turkana peoples living along the River Turkwell
Please pray for these Motivators in Katapakin Zone:
SHARE Director’s 2020 Walk-A-Thon
With God’s help, Sammy has walked 220 miles (354 km) since October 1st of the target 368 miles (592 km) by December 31st! Please make a donation of any amount to support Sammy in raising the remaining funds needed for 4Q. Kindly indicate in the memo/designation box that your donation is for the Walk-A-Thon. We are getting there – together!
You may also mail your donation to:
SHARE International, Inc.
P.O. Box 1011
Wolfforth, TX 79382
You may reach the SHARE Director – Sammy Murimi – at:
2006 STORM Team baptizing believers in Lake Turkana