God is the Answer

God is the Answer

1. June 27-28 2019:
Rwee Village (African Inland Church)

  • Training: The Great Commission + Four spiritual laws
  • Attendance: 14 people
  • Jesus Film show: 521 people attended
  • 225 people received Christ
  • Follow-up: 11 people restored.

2. July 03-04, 2019:
Tali-tali Village (MESA denomination)

  • Training: The Great commission + Four spiritual laws
  • Attendance: 26 people
  • Saved: 1 person
  • Film show: 532 people attended
  • 245 people received Christ
  • Follow-up: 24 people turned up
  • 3 people saved

We thank God for He used us in this area full of evil works, the place where people mine gold. But after watching Jesus Film, heard the words Jesus was saying and understood it in Lingala,

many people humbled themselves and received Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.

3. July 05-06, 2019:
Godawizi Village (Baptist church)

  • Training: The Great commission + Four spiritual laws
  • Attendance: 13 people attended
  • Film show: 140 people attended
  • 62 people saved

4. July 10-11, 2019:
Kolowezi Village (Chrisco denomination)

  • Jesus Film show: 218 people attended
  • 56 people saved
  • Follow-up: 17 came back

5. July 12-13, 2019:
Zani Camp (Mixed denominations)

  • Training: Great Commission + Four spiritual laws
  • Attendance: 32 people participated
  • 4 people got saved
  • Jesus Film show: 470 people attended
  • 160 people accepted Jesus Christ in their lives

Testimony and prayer:

When we reached Zani camp with Jesus Film, one of the pastors welcomed us saying,

“I believe your coming here will bring changes in my church because it has become very weak.”

We told him that God is the answer to everything. Before the Film show, we gathered some of believers, trained them on how to witness using “Four Spiritual Laws’ booklet. The following day, we taught them about Spirit filled life. Many believers requested for Bibles. The pastor is the only one who has a Bible. However, this bible is written in French but the people speak Lingala in this Camp. The believers testified of how they were blind, but the teachings they received and the Jesus Film they watched had brought light in their minds.

Let us pray for that area and the members of the church.

6. July 17-18, 2019:
Pizana village (Body of Christ denomination)

  • Training: Great Commission + Four spiritual laws
  • Attendance: 11 people
  • Saved: 1 person
  • Film show: 475 people attended
  • 107 people saved
  • Follow-up: 11 people attendance

7. July 19-20, 2019:
3 km Centre (A.I.C. denomination)

  • Training: Great commission + Four spiritual laws
  • Attendance: 9 people
  • Film show: 125 people attended
  • 27 people saved

8. July 23, 2019:
Ata/Djalasiga Village (Amen Commission denomination)

  • Jesus Film show: 250 people attended
  • 40 people saved

CHALLENGES:

  • Too much rain in this season
  • Taxi cost are very expensive
  • One speaker is not enough when so many people come to watch the Film

PRAYER REQUEST AND NEEDS:

  • May God provide transport means (Motorbike)
  • Pray for the unity of churches
  • We need one more loudspeaker

Thank you,

-Dominic Ufoyuru
Jesus Film Team Member

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Jesus is with us

Jesus is with us

The month of June has been marred with heavy downpours and death of loved ones of Jesus Film team. However, in this God has continued to be faithful and He honors His name every time.

Testimony:

A woman in Iboa national community, burst into tears when she saw the cruel nails being driven into Jesus’s hands and feet.

“How can an innocent man go through so much pain and yet he doesn’t complain?”

She lamented amidst heavy floods of tears. Our counselors took her aside and talked over what was going on in her mind. She then asked Jesus to take control over her life.

Challenges:

Mr. Makuma Joseph lost a child at the time of labour (delivery) and Mark Vukoni lost an uncle in the same month of June.

  • Heavy rainfalls interrupted most of our activities.
  • Discipleship still stands as a challenge.

Prayer:

Specifically pray for our safety and guidance from the Lord and His protection. And pray for His word to touch the hearts of His people for salvation through Christ Jesus.

Encouragement:

We stand very bold on the promise of Lord that He said He will be with us to the end of ages; whether we are broken by death of our loved ones, accidents, discouragement by response from some communities, sickness, hunger, death and so on, we can count on Him.

-Jesus Film Team

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Jesus Film is Transforming Lives

Jesus Film is Transforming Lives

A certain woman while watching Jesus Film staged at Parara Baptist Church, Morobi Refugee settlement, Moyo surrendered to Jesus before the film ended. 

When she saw how nails were driven through his hands and feet, she couldn’t contain her sorrow.

It was her first time to watch the Jesus Film and how He suffered. She was pulled aside by counselors who then explained to her why Jesus had to go through that pain and they invited her to make a choice. She then chose Jesus as her Lord.

A drunk man who had a few questions concerning what he watched also opened the door of his heart for the Lord to reside in; after his questions were answered by the team.

An old man encouraged by his expression. “Jesus Film is the best tool for us to understand the gospel. For us who cannot read and or write, it is precise and clear.

I felt like Jesus was speaking to me at a personal level.

I related well with the words from Him than when preached at the altar. My most vivid moment was when he talked about the parable of the seeds.”

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God Still Calls His People

God Still Calls His People

In our activities in various places there was nothing new, but we realized that when the church we are visiting takes us to a new places where there is no church, people will come more and they are ever serious than staying at the church compound.

We taught them about the importance of believing in Christ and spirit filled person

God’s power is working in every community regardless of tribes or type of people because no matter how hard some communities are, God STILL calls his people.

Pray for God’s saving and changing power in the lives of people in every community and people groups. Pray for our health and boldness in carrying his gospel to various communities. Pray for our family needs.

A village counselor in Ofua sub-county who was already born again, but not active in ministry came to us and said he is going to be the mobilizer for Jesus Film activities in his area. He said Jesus Film is the best tool for reaching villages and sub counties like theirs and he encouraged us not to fear but be bold in sharing the gospel.

Two of his family members received Christ as Lord and Savior.

-Mark Vukoni
Jesus Film Team Coordinator

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Deliverance in Jesus’ Name

Deliverance in Jesus’ Name

While showing Jesus film in Opiyo village recently, demons manifested in a man at that point when Jesus was being nailed to the cross. He screamed at the top of his voice before the demons began to choke him. He was pulled out of the crowd and prayed for.

The Lord delivered him and he opened his heart to Jesus that night.

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Jesus Film Testimonies

Jesus Film Testimonies

A 45-year-old Sudanese man said that the problem in South Sudan and Sudan is lack of truth (Word of God). He added that he prays for open doors into Sudan for ministry.

With deep concern he expressed how they need the gospel more than anything this world could offer.

He encouraged us to continue with Jesus Film ministry wherever the Lord leads us.

A 60+ year old Murle man attended our discipleship time in Boroli refugee camp, Adjumani. He just stood up and said,

“Today I have given in to Jesus Christ. I have been a Muslim all my life but I am no longer going back.”

He is ready for baptism.

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