Team Ghana National Pastor Spotlight:  Multiplying Your Support for MissionsYour support for missions is being multiplied here in West Africa. Men have been trained and sent out to reach others for Christ. Please pray for these men, their ministries, and their families.

Pastor Paul Aduo

“Gabriel, Joe Asamoah, Ben Kyeremeh, and Kwasi Yeboah are masonry and carpentry workers who were helping with the renovation work on our church building. In the course of the work, I enquired about their purpose of going to church. Ben and Akwasi said they go to church so that they would not sin. The rest said they go to church so that the church will come to their aid in case they need help. I showed them from the Bible that the church is made up of people who have trusted Christ as their Saviour and then presented the Gospel to them. Gabriel, Joe, Ben, and Kwasi trusted Christ as their Saviour that day. Thank God for the Gospel that saves.” – Jesus Only Baptist Church, Kunsu, Ashanti Region, Ghana [Pastor Aduo graduated from our Bible college in September 2010.]

Pastor Gyasi Boateng

“I met five children on the Asawase Methodist Church premises while soul winning a couple of weeks ago. Kofi, Akwasi, Millicent, Kwadwo, and Solomon were there for a clean-up activity. I started a conversation with them, and one of the children’s mothers gave me the permission to preach to them. I used the opportunity to share the Gospel with them, and they all, with excitement, made a decision to trust Jesus as their Saviour.” – Fundamental Baptist Church, Asawase, Kumasi, Ghana [Pastor Boateng graduated from our Bible college in January 2011.]

Pastor Philip Gafatsi

“Samuel Oteng is a Muslim friend of mine whom I have been trying to reach with the Gospel for a long time. Anytime I visit him in his house, he will tell me his staunch Muslim brother is around, so he is not be able to listen to me. A few days ago, I invited him to my house and shared the Gospel with him. He made a decision to trust Jesus Christ as his Saviour. He wants to come to church but is unable to because of his brother. Pray with me that Samuel will be able come to church and that he will preach the Gospel to other Muslims.” – Fundamental Baptist Church, Sokode, Volta Region, Ghana [Pastor Gafatsi graduated from our Bible college in January 2011.]

Pastor George Menyon

“For the past few weeks, a lot of people have been reached with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and many have been saved. Through my personal evangelism, I was able to reach four different families to present the Gospel to them, and all got saved. Joseph Gaidyu, Steven Saye, Mark Dolo, and Nathaniel Duo and their families all heard the Gospel and trusted Christ. Mark and his wife Sarah, along with their six children, came to church last Sunday and decided to be trained as soul winners.” – Grandview Baptist Church, Monrovia, Liberia [Pastor Menyon graduated from our Bible college in September 2009. In July 2011, he returned to Liberia. Pastor Menyon has now had a part in starting 15 churches in Liberia.]

Thank you for your support for our church-planting efforts through your prayers or financial support for Adopt-A-Village (#6150), Team Ghana (#6100), or for specific national pastors. Fruit is abounding to your account!