Another Day in Paradise
[Prampram, Ghana] It’s Wednesday morning in Ghana and we are nearing the completion of another evangelistic project in this wonderful country. Our national team has done an incredible job in the preparation for and implementation of the work. The preparation has taken over six-months and the implementation has been difficult. These choice servants of the Lord have toiled under difficult conditions all without complaint.
We Americans have complained about the ineffective air conditioners and extremely low water pressure in our hotel, but we learned this morning that our national team have been without any electricity or water for the past 36 hours. It was a stern reminder that much goes into the work of the gospel.
While we have 2 more days of school ministries, and 4 more evenings of film crusades we are excited to report that, through Wednesday noon we have share the gospel in 172 separate venues, face-to-face with over 49,000 individuals where 35,409 have indicated decisions for Christ!
Craig Barker and Mark Chase are slated to depart for the US following their school assignments tomorrow morning, the balance of the team will continue with the work through Saturday night. I want to express my appreciation for these guys who have tirelessly accepted their assignments without grumbling or complaining.
Please pray for the rest of our team, and especially for James McLean who is extremely tired and weak. Pray for God’s supernatural strength for the remaining days of our ministry here. On behalf of the whole team, I am