"GO INTO ALL THE WORLD AND PREACH THE GOSPEL" --MARK 16:15

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A matter of choice – a matter of trust.

A matter of choice – a matter of trust.

[Anyinam, Ghana – 27Sept. 1317 lt, Tuesday] Choice is a great thing.  Everyday we are faced with decisions that require a choice.  These choices are from the simplest things in life to the most complex.  Not everyone makes the right choice, but we must live with the result. Thus far, during this ministry endeavor in Ghana, we have made a clear Gospel presentation in eighty separate venues.  The sizes of the groups have ranged from less than a hundred to over 1,000 in attendance.  In every one of these venues people have been confronted with the opportunity to respond to...
God Answers Prayer

God Answers Prayer

[Anyinam, Ghana – 27Sept. 1000 lt, Tuesday] – Throughout this entire ministry project we have been blessed with rain. Almost every afternoon we have experienced, what Forrest Gump called, “big fat rain” which has, as a result, put our evening film crusades at risk. Upon sending out an urgent prayer request in this matter yesterday we watched God do an amazing thing. Within 10 minutes of the email request, we saw the rain stop, the clouds dissipate, and a clear sky emerge. Last night the heavens were so clear that the stars appeared multiplied. Never have I seen the night...
The Change you can believe in   (Is not always good)

The Change you can believe in (Is not always good)

[Anyinam, Ghana – 26 Sept. 1430lt, Monday] – The tag line of a recent presidential campaign talked a lot about change. Do you remember?  While promised change can be an exciting expectation, the sober reality is that change is sometimes for the worse. The governmental climate is changing in Ghana.  They promised change, and change has come. There is a progressive attitude here that has been driven by the socialistically minded globalists who have a hatred for Christ.  Since 2009 schools here have been increasingly influenced by NGOs (and other political groups) that oppose the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  “For...
The Gold Rush Leads To The Gospel

The Gold Rush Leads To The Gospel

[Anyinam, Ghana – 24 Sept. 1113lt, Saturday] – The first week of our ministry is behind us.  It has been marked by excitement, frustration, joy, and humility.  It has been a time of education and enlightenment. The people in this part of the country are seemingly more distant and apprehensive of us than any other place we have been in Ghana.  People along the roads are far less likely to wave as we pass by or greet us as we enter the villages.  There is almost a seeming resentment at our being here.  As we have talked with them we...
Going Behind the Wall

Going Behind the Wall

[Anyinam, Ghana – 22 Sept. 1400lt] – For the NASCAR fan the term, going behind the wall, is an unmistakable sign of trouble.  So it was with one of our Land Rovers this morning. We left the guesthouse in the rain and traveled out into the villages via the same rough roads as always.  After completing a two separate school ministries, while we were making our way to our third assignment, suddenly the steering of the Rover was gone.  Literally, when the driver turned the steering wheel nothing was happening.  The wheels of the vehicle were not responsive at all. ...
Rainy days, holidays, and glorious days

Rainy days, holidays, and glorious days

[Anyinam, Ghana – 21 Sept. 1330lt] – We awoke this morning to a steady and driving rain.  After breakfast our national team arrived to collect us from the guesthouse and we learned that the schools had all been closed for the day.  This unscheduled national holiday (in honor of the birthday of Ghana’s first President) caught us off guard, but we have learned that God always has a plan in place for us. After a bit of discussion we learned that Dr. Lartey and Rev. Ebenezer had been working feverishly since last night pleading with several head teachers in the...