Pastors Bosco Kutoma, Percy Muleba and Yuyi Mundia

Pastors Bosco Kutoma, Percy Muleba and Yuyi Mundia

WE CONSIDER IT A PRIVILEGE THAT THE GOOD LORD JESUS HAS INVITED US TO JOIN HIM IN THE HARVEST AND DISCIPLESHIP OF THE NATIONS.

 

Greetings in Jesus name.

I hope and pray that the good Lord and Shepherd is keeping you in good health and spirit. By God’s grace, my family and I are doing well. Your prayers, love and support are enabling us to move forward in His service.

WE CONSIDER IT A PRIVILEGE THAT THE GOOD LORD JESUS HAS INVITED US TO JOIN HIM IN THE HARVEST AND DISCIPLESHIP OF THE NATIONS.

Inyambo Mission Center (IMC) continues to grow and advance the Kingdom of God in ways that we could not have ever imagined.  God continues to open doors and we humbly follow.

He has led us into the Southern Province of Zambia this past year; we are serving with 40 churches. The incredible hunger for learning in the people is currently beyond our capacity in terms of meeting the demand for discipleship training. Come join with us in any form you can.

Pastor Yuyi's congregation celebrating worship in their under-construction worship center, Mongu, Zambia

Pastor Yuyi's congregation celebrating worship in their under-construction worship center, Mongu, Zambia

In the Western Province, which in the past has been our main hub, so many churches are being planted by our training graduates and the multiplication of disciples and leaders is steadfastly continuing. We are now working with more than 100 churches in the province. Pastor Bosco Kutoma, a young, but experienced former graduate is now our official Western Province hub-coordinator. We’ve written about the blessing of Pastor Bosco in previous Reports. He is working with a strategic team of Pastors who serve in our local IMC board: Reverend Moses Yamba, Reverend Sikute Musweu, Reverend Lewis Sipalo and Pastor Yuyi Mundia. These mature in the faith warriors are involved in overseeing the long-term projects associated with the IMC property development and training building, which are currently on hold seeking financial support. All the activities of IMC in the Western Province are under their supervision. Come and see what the Lord is doing in remote villages.

In western neighbor, Angola, we started three discipleship schools in churches in Lubango utilizing the Live School training video DVDs we discussed in our previous Report asking for support for these highly effective DVDs at $300 each including the cost for facilitator training and setup. We have been focusing on the multiplication of these schools in Angola. My family and I will be relocating to Angola for three years to enhance the multiplication of these schools. We request your kind prayer and funding assistance as we wholeheartedly move forward through that door that God opened last year. After three years of discipleship ministry in Angola, I plan to go back to school pursuing my Masters in Praise and Worship. The ongoing demand for worship leadership training is very apparent in this area of Africa. Church leaders and ministers of music need to be equipped to successfully lead their people into the transforming presence of God.

Pastor Percy utilizing the Live School training video.

Pastor Percy utilizing the Live School training video.

As you may recall in my previous reports, we lost 90% of our financial support this year. Our journey this year has been a sheer walk of faith. One step at a time. We have decided not to allow fear, discouragement and hunger stop us. Instead, we are encouraged by the words of the Apostle Paul in (Acts 20:18-20) to endure as we minister “serving the Lord with all humility and with tears and with trials” never giving in or giving up.

The Way Maker, Miracle Worker, Light in the darkness is calling you and our team to join hands with Him, for the seeds need planting so the harvest can be plentiful.

THERE REMAINS YET MUCH MORE TO BE DONE

With love,

Percy. K. Muleba.

IMC Director.

Zambia, Africa.

 

 

Comment