Emma serves as the South Sudan Regional Admin in Juba where he assists the team in logistics, communication and preaching.

“I am serving God through my talent. God has faithfully continued to use me to draw many people to His Son, Jesus.”

Emma’s home was full of contention growing up. His father was a farmer and spent nearly all the family’s money on alcohol. Verbal arguments escalated. He recalls the family was full of disunity. To help provide for the family, Emma’s mother brewed and sold home brewed alcohol.

When an American missionary preached the gospel to Emma’s mother, she accepted Christ as her Savior. She stopped brewing and began training as a traditional home birth midwife. Seeing the impact of the gospel in their mom’s life, Emma and his five siblings all accepted Christ as their Savior. Their dad too gave his life to Christ after seeing how God changed his wife. Everything changed. The arguing stopped. Peace reigned.

Emma has a passion for music. He learned how to play the keyboard through the choir at church. He met David Kaya in Yei and was asked to play the keyboard at a conference. Later he was asked to come to Kajo Keji to lead worship and join the Empower One Africa team.

Emmanuel is our Regional Admin in South Sudan

Emmanuel Lomo

Regional Admin, South Sudan

South Sudan

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