Team Ghana National Pastor Spotlight:  Liberian Churches Still Open During Ebola CrisisSpotlight on Team Ghana’s Church Plants – November 2014


George Menyon in Liberia, Africa

Three New Families Joined the Church

“In the Ebola crisis, none of my family or members of our church have been affected with the virus. Though all schools and universities in the country are closed as a result of the Ebola outbreaks, the doors of the churches are still opened, and soul winning is still ongoing. In August we had about 200 people saved and 24 baptized. Three new couples joined the church: Mr. Alphonso Dolo and family (5), Mr. Chris Kamara and family (3), Mr. Peter Suah and family (7). These families have been baptized and are faithfully coming to church. Please pray for my wife’s health; she needed surgery recently and is recovering. Also, pray for Pastor Augustine Paykai, one of our pastors who has planted two churches in Nimba county. He has a liver problem and needs treatment.”


Collins Agyei in Bekwai, Ghana

Good News From Pastor Agyei

“I witnessed to Mr. Ntim at Abono one Saturday, and he followed on to church in Adwafo the next Sunday. Mr. Ntim has been very faithful to church recently, and he has started visiting the sick people to witness to them. Also, he helps me follow up on our members who miss church. Mr. Bernard is a teacher to whom I witnessed recently. Mr. Bernard is a blessing to my ministry. He has now joined our church plant in Bekwei, and he visits with me weekly. He has a great spirit.”


Frank Effah in Kunsu, Ghana

Not Speaking in Tongues but Jesus

“I met Akosua Agyeiwaa a few weeks ago at her house. I asked her what a person must do to go Heaven. She said that one needs to be filled with the Holy Spirit, which to her meant being able to speak in tongues. She also said one must obey the commandments to go to Heaven. I took her through the plan of salvation. It took time for Akosua to understand how tongues speaking has nothing to do with salvation, but at the end of the day, she made a profession of faith through Jesus. In my church I have started teaching on discipleship, and so far I am getting a good response to the message.”


Richard Buoh in Trede, Ghana

My Wife’s Convert

“My family is doing well. My wife witnessed to 12-year-old girl called Lucy in the past week. The girl got saved and visited us at the church the following Sunday. Recently I witnessed to a man named Godfred. When I approached him, Godfred was not very nice to me; but after a couple of hours, I was able to witness to him, and he made a profession of faith in Jesus. Sylvester Adjei, a very faithful member since last year, has been an encouragement to me these few months. He comes to church very early to set up the church, and he is very excited about God’s work.”

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