NORTH FIELD MISSIONS TRAINING 2015 REPORT

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REPORT ON NORTH FMT/MEDICAL OUTREACH

Venue: Panama, Kwesere, Kaduna state

Date: July 3rd-4th 2015

The mission work was planned by John Okereke Eze, Abel Nwalor, Pastor Emma assisted by other Sowers members, who through calls and financial assistance help to plan a successful outreach.
The venue of the outreach was in Panama, kwesere in Kaduna state with a population estimate of 1000 indigenes and non indigenes.
OBJECTIVES OF THE MISSION

To affect Panam people through the word of God, to evangelize the gospel of Lord Jesus Christ. To also reach out to the needs of the people through works of charity and medical services.
Panam  kwesere  mission work was lead by pastor Haruna Gimba of Christ modern mission church.
The outreach took place in 2 days, the first was specifically meant for crusade and the second day was used for face to face evangelism, medical outreach and sharing of charity materials.
During the outreach we recorded the population of 147(78 Adults and 64 Children) people that came to for medical services. Sixty persons gave their lives to Christ.

Observation and Recommendations
1 cor15-58 Therefore my beloved brethren be steadfast, unmovable, always abounding in the work of the lord, for as much as know that your labour is not in vain in the lord.”
From this word we observed steadfast, unmovable and always abounding in the work of the Lord is a requisite for God’s reward. Therefore, Sowers breathen need to creatively develop avenue to follow up in every mission work we embark on. Hint and run system of our mission work should be changed and new system of follow up should be introduced to nurture the new believers.
Many pastors and missionaries in the field we discovered do not read or study their bible; there is a need to provide opportunity to educate them on the significant of having depth knowledge of God’s word.
The Abuja’s mission work was almost hampered by projector as the previous projector we normally use was not available. We need to work assiduously to get our own projector to avoid the inconsistency that follows dependence on borrowing. Finally, there is need for Abuja chapter to change their system of planning. We need to be proactive and time bound in planning our mission work. The power of delegation of responsibility should work in Abuja and not one man show. I think we have to take it gradually.

NAMES OF PARTICIPANTS                   CHAPTER

  1. Ekwuribe Emmanuel Abuja
  2. Gabriel Lawani
  3. Adoga James Kaduna
  4. Chielo Nkechi Abuja
  5. Onyemachi Onyekpa Lagos
  6. Abel Nwafor Abuja
  7. Okorie Goodwill Niger
  8. Basambo David Bauchi
  9. Molokwu Samuel
  10. Eucharia Onuzuike Abuja
  11. Blessing Okeke                              Abuja
  12. Samuel Amaefule
  13. Caleb B Rabson Bauchi
  14. John O. Eze                                     Abuja
  15. Sylvanus Adamu Kaduna

 

           FINANCIAL REPORT

Financial Record of The Mission Work.
John Eze. 10,000
Abel Nwalor 10,000
Onyema onyakpa 12,000
Pastor Emma 5000
Sammy 3000
Blessing. 5000
Bekky 3000.
Chioma Okoroafor  20,000
Total-     68,0000
 EXPENSENS  FOR THE PROGRAM
Drugs 50000
Hiring of generator 3000
Cooking of food 4000
Electricals  1000
Hiring of projector 7000
Trans for Bauchi brethren 7000
Total 72,000
We have a deficit of 4000.

 

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