MJA’s June Report



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E-MAILS: mjakpakpan@yahoo.commjakpakpan@gmail.com PHONE:  08028443851                                                                                                                                                                                 1st July, 2021

Dear Brethren,
The month of June 2021 did not finish with evangelism work.  These are what happened in June 2021 in our area.

.  World Bible School Seminar was conducted at Anua Obio, Uyo and there were 4 converts.

-M. B. Archibong reported 10 baptisms from Odukpani, C. R. S.
.  Women Monthly Gospel Meeting was held at Abak City Church of Christ.  The attendance was very very good.
.  Six students from Nigerian Christian Bible College (NCBC) did Evangelism work at Atan Offot, Uyo and 3 souls were converted to Christ.
.  At Ikot Akpabio Afaha Obong where Uyai Joshua is preaching 2 souls were restored to Christ.  At Ikot Ekpeyak Ikono where Christian Etukuko is preaching there were 5 baptisms during the month of June 2021.

.  There were 2 baptisms in Uyo Prison Yard.  Doctors were taken to the place to give Eye Glasses to those that are in need of them.
.  At Atai Otoro there were 2 restorations and 1 baptism.
Keep praying for us.  Our work of evangelism is in a steady progress.  Special thank to all our Supporters, the Mission Printing Press Members, The Voice of Truth International, Truth For Today and many other Evangelism Materials always sent to use for our Evangelism.

I want to assure you that your labor and our work cannot and will not be in vain.  May God bless you all.  Amen.

Monday John Akpakpan

WBS Student Baptized

May God’s grace abound in you and your family.

I have the pleasure to inform you that a WBS student because of frequent visits and encouragement was baptized yesterday.

She lives in the remote part of Atai Otoro, in Abak Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State.

The attach are pictures before and after her baptism.

May God bless you for your encouragement.

Yours in the Lord,

Sunday Solomon Udoh

Five souls added…


To the glory of God, we are kept safe by God amidst serious insecurity plaguing our country. Our God is faithful and his kingdom must expand.

Between the months of April, May and June 5 souls have been added to the vineyard of the Lord arising from  our work in the vineyard. The church meeting at Ukpagada withdrew fellowship from two brothers who allowed the devil to lure them away from the faith.

In April we had a Discipleship training that was focused on church growth and expansion. It was a great exposition and the resultant effect of that workshop is the renewed zeal to do great exploits in the vineyard of the Lord. The church at Ukpagada plans to start a new congregation in one of the 9 villages of Ukpagada. For this singular reason, I now lead my entire family with some brethren to preach there every Thursday for eight weeks now. A study center has been created there, the attendance is very encouraging and we hope to turn it into a congregation once we start to have conversion there. We are very close and will continue to covet your prayers in this regard.

Within this quarter, I had the rare privilege to speak at three gospel meetings. In one of the meetings, a couple surrendered to the love of Christ and obeyed the gospel the following day after the lectureship.

Two congregations gave me awards for my contribution to the growth of the kingdom in Northern Cross River state. I give God all the glory for being found worthy of such honour.

Our WBS team arose from the Discipleship training and spent three days preaching in Wula, Eastern Boki (9km from Cameroon) where we started a congregation there.

Three years ago, God used me to convert my Head of Department Mr Festus Okwo into the fold. His conversion got his daughter converted. Then his wife and then a church was planted in Wula his village and today his mother and 10 other souls are in faith. Today he is my Personal Assistant and co-labourer in going out for our Thursday evangelism. Our God is great.

Lord willing, I shall be heading to Kenya for mission work (leadership Training) between 6th and 16th August.

As a congregation, we will need a little support for our Annual Lectureship in November. $200 can be ok to cater for accommodation of our resource persons.

The Bible in my store is exhausted. $100 can get 30 copies and the work will continue to move.

Keep my family in your prayers.

I just turned 8 years working at Ukpagada. I hope the Lord is happy with my work? I am still an unprofitable servant.

God bless you all for the support I enjoy from you milk of personal and congregational kindness.

May the good lord bless and keep us all safe.


Mike Udam

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