Deji Abioye, National Director Sinai Global Outreach, Nigeria
Jesus said to them again, “Peace be with you! As the Father has sent me, so I am sending you.” – John 20:21
Deji received the first of four Proclaimers for his ministry in March. They were preloaded with the Fulfulde, Hausa, Yoruba and Kanuri languages. Reaching into Muslim communities was a challenge but God had great plans. Read Deji’s testimony:
“We thank God for the gift of Proclaimer in our generation. We have sent it to our different fields and testimonies have been tremendous even among the Fulani (Muslim) tribes where we expect that it may not be accepted. ‘The Proclaimer is a miracle’, is one of the responses we got.
One of our missionaries covering different Fulani settlement wrote in his report. Permit me to post it in his own words:
‘Romans 10:17 says, So then Faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.’ I really want to say that the Proclaimer gadget had not only give the people the truth word of God but that it has also actually make our evangelism and discipleship activities easy and comprehensive.
Deji, leading a Bible listening group in a remote village.
Since the arrival of this Proclaimer a lot has been happening. People are asking questions and getting curious to know the truth. Some communities are even asking to have it in their community permanently. So as to listen often and often.
It has given us more open doors as we play from one language to the other among the different groups of people here in the field. We may need more of the Proclaimers to put in other fields.
In the light of new development that some Fulani communities request for a communal Proclaimer and we are also extending our activities to the tribes between the boarder of Nigeria and Benin republic, (where Fulani and Bariba dominates), we need more 6 Proclaimers. We pray the Lord provide this.
Thank you for giving us Proclaimer in this generation! It has massively enhanced Gospel presentation among the unreached.”
Great job, Deji. Can we get an “Amen?” Maranatha!
“God is good all the time! All the time God is good!”
– Nigerian Proverb