MET Report

MET Report

Since I joined Mobile Evangelism Team, I have never seen such a number of people turn up for Gospel Crusade, let alone the numbers that confessed faith in Jesus Christ!

Right from day one to the last day the number kept on increasing.

We had about 2,300 come on day one; on day two there were over 2,500; and on day three we had over 2,700 people attend the Crusade and Jesus Film.

Joseph Dradria,
Mobile Evangelism Team Leader

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EVENT: Rhino Camp

EVENT: Rhino Camp

Time and again God has shown himself to be worthy of praise and honor. On Saturday night He drew over 2,000 people to not only hear but also watch the Jesus film.

Activity Review

  • On 11/30/18, MET went for a two day Mission in Ofua (2) in Rhino Camp refugee settlement.
  • Participants were members of the Mobile Evangelistic Mission. While in the field, they were joined by the Members from the local churches from within Ofua (2).
  • Five churches were strengthened and several leaders were encouraged.

Praises:

  • The church we were based at works in good cooperation with other denominations.
  • During the Jesus Film Show, all shops in the nearby trading center were closed and all the traders came to watch the Jesus’ Film.

Number of people who heard the gospel:

  • 1,731
  • 150 professed faith in Christ
  • 2 restored

Prayer and Support

  • Pray for more Spiritual growth of the MET members.
  • Pray for a convertible Gospel Chariot Truck for the team.
  • Training of MET members for more efficient ministry.

We are heading to Palorinya, Moyo, tomorrow for a four day youth conference. The keynote speaker will be Pastor David Kaya. Pray for participants to be transformed. Pray for strength for MET members and encouragement. Pray that God will speak through his servant to the people.

 

Joseph Dradria
Mobile Evangelism Team Leader

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Event: Ayelembe

Event: Ayelembe

Mobile Evangelism Team successfully completed the four-day mission in Ayelembe village last night. God did amazing things there. Some of the people who came to be prayed for ended up inviting Jesus as Lord. Deliverance from sickness and demonic oppression. Glory to Jesus. 

Our next misison will be in Vurra county encouraging two Anglican churches. Then we will be in Ajia, Ayaa Parish. We have been informed that 5 Anglican churches will be strengthened.

 

Pray for Us:

  • For the team that the Lord will work through us and help us to understand the key to the hearts of the people, good health and discernment of what to do appropriately.
  • The local leadership to own missions and that they will also be energised to continue reaching out after we have left.
  • Spiritual strengthen.

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Event: Arua

Event: Arua

Several adults and children placed their faith in Jesus from yesterday and tonight. The presence of God was so undeniably particular tonight in Ayiniva, Arua.

Some of the locals came to see what was going on. Before long they were down on their knees before the King of Kings. 

Faiza came to witness when Joseph, David and I were praying for Harriet and her son. As we prayed, the Holy Spirit pierced Hamida’s heart. She fell down as I prayed for her. After about half an hour she woke up and placed her faith in Jesus. She said her family was against her because she chose to settle with a non-Muslim man. She was afraid of curses pronounced on her.

Today she found peace and freedom in Christ.


-Mobile Evangelism Team

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Event: Koboko

Event: Koboko

I was called to speak at a crusade organized by St. Mark Anglican Church in Koboko in the middle of a big market on Saturday. There were over a thousand people that listened to the preaching, including Muslims.

The uniqueness with this ministry was that drivers, blockers (loaders) and business people from within and from Congo, South Sudan; along with youth and adults, most of whom hardly go to church, stayed and heard the gospel. About 200 confessed Christ and several were delivered from oppression of sicknesses and demons; others received counseling.

although predominantly Muslim, God has opened the door for the gospel.

We hope to partner with the same church to participate in a mega youth conference in December. On Wednesday this week, MET will be in one of the preaching points in Arua but hoping to plant a church there by Sunday. This mission will end on Sunday.

Pray for those who came to faith in Koboko and for those who heard the word. Pray for the mission this week that God will rule over every stronghold in this area as it has had a history of demonic strongholds. 


Joseph Dradria
Mobile Evangelism Team Leader

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“Right from day one to the last day the number kept on increasing.”

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Former Rebel turns to Jesus

Former Rebel turns to Jesus

Joseph said, “I’ve killed 10 innocent people. I tried to drink my guilt away, but that hasn’t worked, and now I can see love among the refugees. I need Jesus. I need forgiveness.”

How do we feel when one of the “bad” guys confesses and turns his heart to Jesus? If we’re honest, it’s sometimes mixed. When we’re removed it’s easy to celebrate, and that’s certainly the right thing to do since that’s what the angels do in the heavenly realm. But when it’s your daughter or husband who the bad guy victimized – it’s messier; It’s harder, and sometimes we feel the tribalism in our own hearts. Now HE is in OUR tribe? Why would God allow HER in OUR tribe?

And then you remember that it’s not OUR tribe and you wonder why on earth God would allow me in His tribe. The weight of His mercy and love overwhelms you.

We serve a great God who will forgive the darkest sins in the world and can restore any believing heart.

A few weeks ago, we had a team in a South Sudanese refugee camp located in Northern Uganda. The local team set up a sound system, people gathered, they sang worship songs, and then Scott got up to preach. Before he could even finish his sermon, Joseph ran up to him and fell at Scott’s feet. He confessed this awful sin that was eating him alive and that no amount of alcohol could numb. When Joseph learned that Jesus would forgive even him, he collapsed from the relief.

Instead of scorn, here’s what the local church said about this man…

“We pray that Jesus will use him like Paul to preach to his friends about our loving Master.”

That’s grace, and while so many other huge things are happening in the ministry I want you to be encouraged by Joseph’s story today and know that your partnership supplies the means to reach the Josephs.

Thank you.

Mike Congrove

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