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Reports From Kanjido and Dalando Churches

Felix Nsejamesi is the cashier of the Kumdi FAME clinic as well as the assistant to the pastor of the Kumdi Christian Church. The church and clinic work among the Chumburu, Konkomba, Basari, Chukosa, and Kabela people groups. His is married to Juliana and is blessed with 2 children.

The following is Felix's report from the mission field in early 2019. Please join us in thanking God and asking for his continued work:

On January 2, six souls were baptized in Kojoboni Christian Church. By the grace of God, the church is doing well. On February 2, we had a crusade at Nyimborido. By the grace of God we had 17 converts, and last Sunday seven of them came to church. We need your prayer support for them.

Report for Kanjido Christian Church: The church in Kanjido is also doing well. Every Sunday we have new convert. I could not visit them three weeks today because of my means of transport. I have a very big challenge, about old motor bike I am using. A great testimony at Kanjido; a drunkard whom everyone knew in the area had two wives. One of the wives and her children left him over ten years now because of alcohol. Last year the man, Talegnekiya, received Christ and was baptized, and the woman came back to stay with him again because he had a new life. Glory be to God!!! We need your prayer support for the man. He is now called Jeremiah.

Dalando Christian Church: In Dalando, I have some challenges: First, about leadership. The church is composed with only women who are unable to lead or even volunteer to be trained in order to lead the church. Coupled with that is my motorcycle, which is unable to permit me to visit them as often as I should. Since December till now, I have not been able to visit.

My family and I are grateful to the Lord for what He has done. We are saying thank you Lord and glory be to His name Amen. Most of my support is based on the farming my family and I do. However, in 2013, in the conflict that happened at Kojoboni, my farm got destroyed. I lost 12,000 yam mounds, which I planted, and it cost me 6,740 Ghana Cedis. Because of that I could not farm 2014, 2015, and 2016. It was 2017 when I started again and in 2018 the farm flooded. If not for these unfortunate unforeseen circumstances, I could have purchased a motorcycle myself, but as it stands, I have no hope of doing that. Working here without a good motorcycle is difficult. We need your prayer and financial support and help. May Almighty God richly bless you for your prayer support.


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