Field Report: DR Congo

Field Report: DR Congo


1. Evangelism mission at Douane-jupa mgbawa:
June 22-23, 2019

  • Churches involved in: 3 local churches (Panzudu, Togo, Ladju Baptist Church)
  • People reached: 194 people
  • People saved: 18 people

2. General seminar for church members:
June 26-28, 2019 at Nyanguma Baptist Church)

  • 115 people people attended
  • 4 people accepted Jesus Christ
  • 4 people Baptized

3. Church strengthening:
June 27-28 2019 at Wecu Baptist church

  • Churches involved in: 12 local churches
  • 316 people reached
  • 71 people saved
  • 2 people baptized

4. Evaluation and planning meeting:
July 3, 2019 at Douane Baptist church

  • Churches involved in: Local churches from Eastern Cluster

5. Children Ministry Teachers training:
July 9-11, 2019 at Douane Baptist church

  • 10 people trained

6. Area Survey:
July 08-09, 2019

  • Location: Alingongo
  • 33 people reached
  • 6 people saved


Mr. Olivier, our man of peace in Alingongo village, had stopped going to church when our team stayed at his home during a church planting survey.

“There was a Pentecostal Bishop who came to the church where I was fellowshipping. He taught in a three day seminar. He taught many things for two days and on the third day he concluded by requesting every participant to write on a piece of paper the total amount of money she/he had and bring the paper to him. He told people that he was going back to Bunia with those papers, where they would pray and bless them. After prayers they will burn those papers then mix the ashes with oil. He will later come back with the mixture so that these participants can apply on their bodies and become rich or richer than before,” Olivier narrated.

From that day Mr. Olivier left the church, decided to stay at his home. But when our people went for survey, he stayed with them for two days at his home and shared the Gospel together. Finally he changed his mind and repented from his sins. Now he is preparing the ground for the coming evangelism mission and church planting in that area.

7. Evangelism mission:
July 12-13, 2019

  • Location: Zani-Boma
  • 88 people reached
  • 3 people saved

8. Evangelism mission:
July 12-15, 2019

  • Locations: Taga, Abubani, Kingili
  • Church involved in: Alula Baptist church
  • 288 people reached
  • 7 people saved

9. Evangelism mission:
July 17-18, 2019

  • Locations: Unyamu, Suni
  • Church involved in: Kanyom Baptist church
  • 158 people reached
  • 13 people saved

10. Evangelism mission:
July 17-18, 2019

  • Location: Ugonjo
  • Church involved in: Djalasiga Baptist church
  • 148 people reached
  • 12 people saved

11. Leadership Training:
July 17-19, 2019

  • Location: Panzudu Baptist church
  • Churches involved in: Eastern Cluster
  • 33 church leaders attended

12. Evangelism mission:
July 19-20, 2019

  • Location: Bahema Nord
  • Church involved in: Kalagada Baptist church
  • 269 people reached
  • 17 people saved

13. Youth Conference:
July 21-23, 2019

  • Church involved in: Eastern cluster
  • 59 youth attended (above 13 years)

14. Visit and Evangelism:
July 25-26, 2019

  • Location: Arsina
  • Church involved: Ndimalo Baptist church
  • 53 people reached
  • 4 people saved

15. Evangelism mission:
July 25-26, 2019

  • Location: Mbow village
  • Church involved in: Ladju Baptist church
  • 229 people reached
  • 58 people saved

16. Contribution for church building (Fund raising):
July 28, 2019

  • Location: Uyaru Baptist church
  • Churches involved in: Eastern cluster
  • Over One Million plus 4 ion sheets raised

Summary of report:

  • People reached: 1662 people
  • People saved: 262 people
  • People baptized: 6 people
  • 221 people attended seminar/training

Prayer Requests and Needs:

  • Pray for epidemic disease “EBOLA” in Eastern Congo to stop
  • We need Jesus Film set for Association

-William Udar
Regional Leader: DR Congo

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Church Planting Mission: Imvepi

Church Planting Mission: Imvepi

Lenexa Baptist Church alongside the African team partnered to obey the Great Commission in Imvepi refugee settlement between July 3-7.

This was a unique team as it had seven teenagers along with six dads.

The willingness of these dads to introduce their kids to sharing their faith at an early stage in their lives challenged and encouraged many hosting churches and leaders.

Another thing that stood out in this mission was the fact that many of the men who professed Jesus as Lord were soldiers or ex-soldiers who served In Opposition. They made these professions openly and without shame.

The second church was planted in the block where the refugees were just two weeks old. They were desperate, no proper structures and no shade. But they were more than willing to bear the direct sun heat to hear the Word of Hope although their hearts were hardened. The missionaries sowed seeds with hope that God will water them to until they bear much fruit.

During discipleship sessions, participants were attentive and asked several questions, a sign that they were hungry and willing to learn more.

Two churches were planted to the praise and glory of Jesus Christ.

We thank God that:

  • 652 people were reached
  • 45 people accepted Christ as their Lord
  • Many people attended the discipleship sessions.


“I am a soldier from one of the South Sudanese Rebels groups. I have been doing many bad things when I was in the bush. My life is full of evil things. I am just tired of being in this kind of life. I don’t want to continue in the same life.

I want you to pray for me so that God can change my life and that I may live a good life that pleases God,”

he confessed. 


  • Many refugees in this camp suffer from sicknesses
  • Many services offered to other refugees have not yet reached these new arrivals
  • Many people in this camp are religious, salivation by works and not by grace.
  • As there are more refugees going to be brought in to the new large allocated area for the refugee, more work is required to be done in Imvepi.

Thank you,
Charles Maring

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Field Report: Uganda

Field Report: Uganda


A one day seminar was done to strengthen Panyagoro Community Church in Pakwach Town.  After the seminar, participants went out preaching from home to home.

  • 27 households were reached during door to door evangelism where 109 people heard the gospel of Jesus Christ.
  • 7 people professed faith in Him.
  • 25 people responded to the call to attend new believers’ teaching on that particular day.

The church was strengthened and encouraged. New members added. Baptism will be as soon as the believers are ready.


On June 20, 2019, a conference was done at Kingaba Baptist Church aimed at encouraging and motivating believers in this area. 88 people were in attendance and seven were drawn to Jesus as Lord. Four more people were called during door to door preaching.

In the evenings of June 20 and 21, The Jesus Film was shown in the same area. 34 new believers were added to our number.

New converts’ classes began on the third day and 13 turned up to be taught and equipped for the journey of their faith.


On 22, June, 2019, 24 homes were reached with the gospel of Jesus Christ. This was as a result of strengthening Merwa Baptist church.

  • 133 people heard about the love of God for them.
  • 2 got saved and 4 people were renewed their relationship with Jesus.

Pray points: Pray for this congregation because many of them are going back to their old ways for various reasons.


64 church leaders were equipped, encouraged and challenged during a two-day (June 21-22, 2019) training in Faulwonga, Nebbi district. This event was coupled with house to house sharing of the Word which saw five new believers joining the family of God.

On June 23, some pastors were sent to Chumu church to preach during Sunday service, one soul was saved.

-Jackson Songa
Uganda Regional Leader

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Field Report: South Sudan

Field Report: South Sudan

These are pictures of homes displaced and people shafted to the road side! The government tried this morning to dig drainage for the water and yet people still remain sleeping on the road side. It is so horrible!

We have emptied our house and some things on the church to my uncle’s home and we still came back to sleep for fear that thieves may find advantage to steal our remaining items like speakers and benches.

We still need your prayers!

-Pastor David Lual

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Field Report: DR Congo

Field Report: DR Congo

1. Outreached mission in Ituri Forest:
June 1-15, 2019

  • Participants: Pastor Adubang and team
  • People reached: 431 people
  • People saved: 105 people
  • Disciples trained: 11 people
  • Church planted: 1 church (Gwokcupa Baptist church)
  • Church strengthened: 1 church (Kaladao Baptist church)

We thank God for the healing of the two Pygmies women were injured by bullets during a tribal clash in April 2019. We also thank God for mending the broken relationship with other communities.

2. Evangelism at Uriwo-1 Village:
June 13-14, 2019

  • Churches involved: 3 local churches (Jupawuru, Ladju and Togo Baptist church)
  • People reached: 209 people (door to door evangelism)
  • 575 people (open air evangelism)
  • People saved: 127 people (door to door and 22 open air – 105)
  • Follow up teachings: 82 people attended; 4 people got saved
  • Discipleship group: 1 cell group started with 6 people

3. Evangelism mission at Jumba-Agwel:
June 13-15, 2019

  • Participants: 9 people from 3 local churches (Jumba, Togo and Uyaru Baptist church)
  • People reached: 134 people (door to door)
  • People saved: 7 people

4. Church strengthening at Alula Baptist church:
June 13-17, 2019

  • Churches involved: 8 local churches from the Northern Cluster
  • Attendance of the seminar: 81 people attended
  • People saved: 8 people
  • Baptized: 6 people
  • 8 children dedicated to God

5. Evangelism mission to Madi Village:
June 14-15, 2019

  • Churches involved: 3 local churches (Pundiga, Pathole and Jupio Baptist Church)
  • People reached: 145 people (door to door)
  • People saved: 12 people

6. Women Conference at Guna Baptist church:
June 19-12, 2019

  • Attendance: 48 women (from the Eastern Cluster)
  • 5 women got saved

7. Church strengthening at Jupawuru Baptist church:
June 20-21, 2019

  • Churches involved: 3 church denominations (Baptist church, Africa Inland Church and Full Gospel Church)
  • 51 people participated
  • 3 people got saved

8. Evangelism mission at Paicing Village:
June 20-21, 2019

  • Participants: 21 people
  • People reached: 240 people (door to door)
  • People saved: 19 people

9. Women Conference at Ndimalo Baptist church:
June 20-23, 2019

  • Attendance: 53 women( from the Northern Cluster)
  • People saved: 7 people
  • Baptzed: 3 people baptized

10. Evangelism at Ceer Village:
June 21-22, 2019

  • Churches involved in: 2 local churches (Raa-Deja and Wecu Baptist church)
  • People reached: 73 people (door to door)
  • People saved: 4 people

Summary of the activities:

  • People reached: 1,830 people
  • People saved: 301 people
  • People baptized: 9 people
  • People trained: 17 people
  • Church planted: 1 church
  • Churches strengthened: 2 churches
  • Children dedicated: 8 children
  • Cell group started: 1 cell group


  • Too much rain in this season
  • Pray for peace in Eastern Congo

Thank you,

-Udar William
Regional Leader: DR Congo

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Field Report: DR Congo

Field Report: DR Congo

1. Leadership training in Alula Baptist church
(April 24-27, 2019)

  • 37 church leaders from 5 local churches participated in that activity.
  • 47 people reached with the gospel
  • 5 people got saved

2. Evangelism mission at Kogumbara Village
(May 3-4, 2019)

  • 312 people reached
  • 46 people saved

3. Extension Center
(May 6-18, 2019)

  • 26 leaders from local churches attended the training in Djalasiga and Panzudu.

4. Seminar/general in Ladju Baptist church
(May 9-10, 2019)

  • Participants: 114 believers from Jupawuru, Wecu and Ladiu Baptist church
  • Baptism: 6 believers baptized

5. Church strengthening and Official opening of the church in Agiero
(May 9-12, 2019)

  • People reached: 264 people
  • People saved: 50 people

From Pastor Santo:

Those are few photos which I took during the opening of the church on 12/5/2019.Many people came but I did not know how many people they invited, anyway it went well, 4 people got saved, next Sunday I will be baptizing them.

6.  Follow up and visits in Jumba Baptist church
(May 21-22, 2019)

  • 12 committee members attended seminar
  • Testimony: In Jumba there was a man called T. He considered himself a Christian because he grew up in a Christian family. When T. heard the teaching about the Spirit Filled Life, he began to confess his sins amidst a flood of tears. He said his uncle gave him  “medicine” for abortion he was using for many years in various locations to help girls and women abort. He confessed helping over 300 females to abort. He also said he had poison which he used to kill about 20 people. He genuinely asked God to forgive him. Let’s pray for Tuambe to stand firm in his faith.

7.  Prayer request:

  • Pray for Pastor Adubango Dieudonne who has gone to Ituri forest this week. He will be there for three weeks to encourage believers, to try and reconcile fighting communities and training.
  • Pray for peace in our country as the new government will be formed very soon
  • We are invited to train church leaders (Discipleship Training) from Body of Christ interdenominationally next week.

Summary of report:

  • People reached: 623 people
  • People saved: 95 people
  • People baptized: 6 people
  • Church strengthened: 1 church
  • Leaders trained: 26 people

Thank you,

-William Udar
Regional Leader: DR Congo

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