Will I Praise God For The Clouds?

[Prampram, Ghana] Following a highly productive week of front-line evangelistic ministry in the region around Ada, we left Saturday morning for the one and one-half hour westward journey to the town of Prampram along the Atlantic coastline of Ghana. The trip was easy enough. Upon our arrival at the Meridian...

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Taking the Gospel Across the River

[Ada, Ghana] We have completed our first full week of ministry here in Ghana and we are thankful for all that God is doing. Thus far, we have shared the gospel in 93 venues where we have been face-to-face with over 27,000 individuals. This is a testimony to the grace...

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When you Pray for Rain

[Ada, Ghana] We awoke on Wednesday morning to very heavy rain, for which we were thankful.  Thankful that it settled the dust and cooled the air but it made our journey to our assignments more difficult.  Riding in vehicles without the conveniences of defoggers or air-conditioners made for a long...

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Leadership Matters

[ADA,GHANA] I remember asking all our readers to be praying for us? Are you doing this? There has been a constant thus far on the project and that is the opposition of the Enemy. Since our national team began the ministry on Saturday evening (10/15) we have encountered several inconveniences...

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Team Arrives in Ghana

16OCTOBER 2016–[ADA,GHANA] After delays in both Raleigh and JFK our team arrived in Ghana and settled into our hotel in Accra. While Jeff and I attended the wedding of our National Director’s youngest daughter Priscilla in Tema, James, Craig, and Mark were able to rest from the long flight. Following...

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Final March 2016 Ghana Update

Saturday in Accra [Accra, Ghana] The initial ground work of this project is now behind us.  Our Ghanaian pastors and leaders gathered on our hotel grounds in Sogakope this morning to bid us “safe travels” for our return to Accra and eventually home.  This is always a bitter sweet moment...

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Never Leave One Behind

Friday in Sogakope [Volta Region, Ghana]. During this project into the Volta Region of Ghana our team has worked in village school assembly programs, remote film crusades, and a 5-day dental clinic.  All-in-all we have stood face-to-face with over 31,000 individuals in 122 separate venues with 22,108 people indicating first-time...

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Students and Teachers

Thursday in Sogakope [Sogakope, Ghana] Today began early as both Jeff and I had schools scheduled to begin at 7:30. This meant breakfast had to be served at 6:45. The kitchen staff was “almost on time,” with coffee and toast arriving by 7:00am. Such is the idea of time in...

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Another Afternoon in Ghana

Wednesday in Sogakope [Sogakope, Ghana] As of noon today (local time) our team has been able to share the Gospel in 96 separate venues with over 25,000 individuals which is certainly a testimony to the dedicated and directed men we have on the ground in Ghana.  These choice servants of...

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Rainy Days and Mondays

Monday in Sogakope [Sogakope, Ghana] The most needed, but least enjoyed, days of the projects in Ghana are the weekends.  Saturdays and Sundays offer a great time of rest, relaxation, and reflection which are necessary, but these days also seem to pass so slowly. On Sunday our team walked into...

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