Friday Field Report

[Frankadua, Ghana.] Our second full-week of morning ministries are behind us.  As of noon on Friday our teams have shared the Gospel in 246 venues to an estimated audience of 60,000 individuals where we have witnessed 36,847 indicated first-time decisions for Christ.  The power and provision of God never ceases to overwhelm us.

I am extremely grateful for the TEAM that God called for this project.  Jeff Andler, Craig Barker, and Mark Chase have once again shown me and our Ghanaian team their genuine love, commitment, and devotion to the Gospel.  While every team that comes to Ghana brings their distinct gifts and contributions to this group of men deal with the obstacles, challenges, and discomforts without even the hint of complaint.  I am honored to have other team members from the US, David Ney and Andy Poe, who have stayed in contact with us during this project via text.  Each time they checked on us seemed to have been at exactly the “right time” when we needed it the most.  Thanks men for your sensitivity to the leadership of the Holy Spirit.

The national team, led mostly by retiring director, Sammy Lartey has once again worked tirelessly to provide a great project.  His years of experience and leadership have never been more evident.  Although this is his last project in this role, he will continue to consult incoming National Director, Rev. Ebenezer Agbleze who functionally starts in this role on Sunday, 07 October 2018.  Please remember to pray for all the staff and leadership here as they walk into the future.  In addition to these two, I want to express my appreciation to Simon Akpolu, Jacob Yakabu, and John Amauley, who are executive team members and genuine leaders.  There are too many others to name but we love and appreciate them all.

We would be remiss to fail to express our appreciation for our excellent drivers and translators Gershon, Amos, Bless, Delano, and Narh who work so hard each day in caring for and about everything mechanical.  Please never cease to thank God for all of these great servants of Christ.

There will be additional film crusades both tonight and tomorrow night.  Please continue to pray for safety and security during these events.  Craig is leaving today for Accra and the rest of us start our journey home on Sunday and Monday.  Thank you so much for continuing to keep us in your prayers.  It is all by the grace of God.