Where does this road go?

All roads lead to somewhere You have probably heard the expression “the middle of nowhere” but today every one of our team members were sure that was exactly where they were. I know by now you are probably tired of hearing about the horrible roads we are traveling down and...

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Sunday in Ghana

[Asesewa, Ghana] —As our friends in America settle in after church for an afternoon and evening of the NFL we here in Ghana prepare for another day of ministry as we reflect on the just completed Sunday worship services. Three of our team joined Pastor Sammy Lartey — our national...

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Good Morning … Asesewa!

[Asesewa, Ghana] —Saturdays are some of my favorite days in Ghana! We awoke this morning to a cooled room and beautiful day. The electricity came back on during the night and both the ceiling fan and A/C had worked to cool this hot place. The morning sky was free of...

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It’s Deep, Dark, and Dangerous!

[Asesewa, Ghana] — For the past couple of days we have been experiencing the “normal” life for Ghanians in that the electricity is being cut off by the government controlled power company. Some of this is reported to be the result of a lack of rainfall feeding the Lake Volta...

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May the Roots Grow Deep

We are in some remote areas of Ghana, west Africa sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with as many people, and in as many different places, as possible. Thus far (since this past Sunday night) our team has been fortunate enough to share the Gospel in at least 58 different...

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On This Very Day!

[Asesewa, Ghana] —Often we do not think that “today” is all that important. As we were sharing the gospel in one of the schools this morning, I was taken aback in watching the students who had just prayed to receive Jesus Christ write their names and “this very date” into...

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Hope Offered … Hope Received

[Asesewa, Ghana] —This morning three separate teams journeyed out to offer ministry in remote and distant schools. The roads were very rough — almost non-existent and seemingly leading to nowhere, but upon arrival at our various appointed schools we found groups of students and teachers awaiting us. I never cease...

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