Top Curve Top Shadow
Border Nigerian Flag

  Nigeria Enugu Mission Alumni

Border Shadow
Spacer
Spacer
   Send us: Feedback    
Spacer
Spacer
Spacer
Username: Password: Help Type:
Help Remember Me:
 
ANIEBIET-ABASI MAURICE UMOH Alumni Photo

Elder ANIEBIET-ABASI MAURICE UMOH

Help Contact Info Hidden - Login

Send Email
Served: 2001 - 2003
Language(s) spoken:ENGLISH, HAUSA AND IGBO
Areas Served:
GARKI,WUSE,PAPE,MAITAMA, BWARI,AWKA,OGWASHI UKWU, AND ABAKPA NIKE AREAS.
Your Occupation: SELF EMPLOYED
Spouse: UNWANA AKPABIO UMOH
Comments:
Life after mission was hard! But Our Heavenly is mindful of every RETURNING MISSIONARY and such is my case today.
I attended the hight of education and esterblished my self business.
My traditional marriage and wedding were on 26th/27th August 2011. Just five months from now.
We are expecting our son in few months. I really love my wife and wish her a save delivery! She made me! And am proud of her.
I am serving as the BRANCH PRESIDENT of the newly created Abak Road Branch. 70% of members are new members. My task is great and I love my memebers as much as I can.
Last sacrament meeting attendants was 69 to the 24 from record when the branch was created on 5th September,2011.
I know that the church is true.
God lives and Jesus is the Christ!
 
Created: 18 Dec 2011  Modified: 18 Dec 2011
Last Login: 18 Dec 2011 10:53:44 AM
Home
divider
Alumni
divider
Friends/Members
divider
Currently Serving
divider
Presidents
divider
Reunions
divider
News
divider
Messages
divider
Links
divider
Pictures
divider
Stories
divider
Chat
divider
Mission Info
divider
Comments
divider
Church History
divider
Site Help
divider

divider
Invite a friend
divider
Login
divider
Spacer Spacer
Bottom Curve Bottom Shadow

Home · Alumni · Friends/Members · Currently Serving · Presidents · Reunions · News · Messages · Links · Pictures · Stories · Chat · Mission Info · Comments

LDS Mission Network

Copyright 2001-2010 LDS Mission Networksm · mission.net / ldsmissions.net · All rights reserved.

Disclaimer: This site is in no way an official affiliate of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Although this site is designed to complement and illustrate the teachings and beliefs of the before mentioned church, no content within this site should be taken as official church policy or doctrine.
Site-in-a-Box is a service mark of LDS Mission Network. Version 2.1