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July 2022 Monthly Focus


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Mission Focus | Minneapolis–Saint Paul

Missionaries | Philip & Jummai Nache


 

Philip and Jummai Nache spent 20 years in their home nation of Nigeria sharing the gospel and training churches how to share their faith with Muslims. Throughout Philip and Jummai’s ministry, they planted two churches and developed curriculum along with a DVD that explained the gospel to followers of Islam. When the DVD found its way into the hands of a terrorist group, the Nache family began to receive threats, and miraculously God opened the door for them to move to Kentucky.


In Kentucky, Philip pursued a seminary degree and, after graduating, felt called to Minnesota to be a church planter. Faithful to the call, Philip, Jummai, and their four children have planted two churches there. Every Sunday he and his family minister, serve, and preach in both churches.


There is nothing more powerful than someone being able to share the gospel in their native language to their native culture. The nations gathered in these churches are able to share with their loved ones, and disciples are being made. Somalis are turning to Jesus, as are Nigerians and Sudanese. The gospel is leaving the walls of the church and being shared throughout the Twin Cities of Minneapolis–Saint Paul and then the world.



5 Fun Facts about the Missionaries

  1. Mr. and Mrs. Nache’s four daughters help set up for worship services. One daughter, Favour, even plays the drums!

  2. Mr. Nache has made friends with people from Africa at the mall, discount stores, and the gym.

  3. Mr. and Mrs. Nache’s friends from South Sudan and Nigeria love to spend hours telling stories and laughing.

  4. The children at Hope of Nations Gospel Church and Hope of Nations Fellowship Church love to do Bible drills. They race to find verses in the Bible.

  5. Mr. and Mrs. Nache like to eat the foods they ate in Africa, like vegetable soup and tomato stew with meat or fish.

Prayer Requests

  • Pray for church members who are having a difficult time. Some people are sick and some people miss their homes in Africa.

  • Pray for church members’ families who live in Africa.

  • Pray that Mr. and Mrs. Nache will meet more people from Africa so they can tell them about Jesus.

  • Pray that Mr. and Mrs. Nache will have the money they need to pay for their daughters’ education.

  • Pray that the children in Mrs. Nache’s Sunday School class will learn more about Jesus and the Bible.


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