Team Ghana National Pastor Spotlight:  New Converts Bringing VisitorsWe hope these testimonies are an encouragement to you. Please pray for these men and their churches.

Pastor Rexford with several first-time visitors to his church.

Pastor Rexford (on right) with several first-time visitors to his church

Pastor Rexford Aning

“We had a great day at church yesterday. Bro. Bismarck brought three first-time visitors, along with his brother Frank who visited our church for the first time a week before. The three first-time visitors trusted Christ. Praise the Lord! On the back row of the picture, from left to right, we have Twumasi (a regular member), Frank, Richard (a visitor), Bismarck, and myself. Then on the front row are the two other first-time visitors, Ransford and Adu Gyamfi. Keep praying for our church. God is working.”— Sunyani, Brong Ahafo Region, Ghana

Pastor Richard Buoh

“Several weeks ago Mr. Acheamong Akwasi received Christ as His Saviour at Kotwi near Trede. He is a mason, and we met him while he was working. When we drew his attention, he thought we were Jehovah’s Witnesses. With this thought, he told us he was working. But when he realized that we were Baptists, he asked us, ‘What do you want to say?’ We preached to him the Gospel, and he got saved and visited our church the following Sunday. Bless God for him.” – Trede, Ashanti Region, Ghana

Pastor Frank Effah

“I was out visiting when I met a 19-year-old Moslem lady named Salamatu Issaka. When I greeted her, she responded by saying something like ‘Allah.’ When I heard that, I came back and asked her, ‘Please, could I ask you a question? What do you think a person has to do before she could go to Heaven?’ She said, ‘I believe a person must believe in Allah, pray five times daily, be able to fast at Ramadan, practice the laws of Islam, and much more.’ I then asked her, ‘Do you believe in the Bible?’ She surprisingly said, ‘Yes.’ She allowed me to show her what the Bible says a person must do to go to Heaven; and, by the grace of God, she changed her mind and believed the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. Now we have started Bible studies with her. Amen. Pray that the rest of her family will be saved.” — Kuntanase, Ashanti Region, Ghana

Pastor Christian Gafatsi

“I met Francis Dotsey at the Bediako Lorry Station. I was able to preach to him, and he accepted Christ. Before Mr. Dotsey got saved, he used to drink, but now he has stopped. He has also joined our soul-winning team. I recently taught on love in the marriage, and the response was great. Some church members even began coming to church with their spouses, which too often is not the case here in our country.” — Bediako, Greater Accra Region, Ghana

Pastor Menyon Baptizes Three New Converts

Pastor Menyon Baptizes Three New Converts

Pastor George Menyon

“I praise the Lord for my family, especially for my wife whose health has greatly improved recently. We went out soul winning yesterday in a new community about one mile from the church where there are lot of people. Twelve people got saved, and three visited the church and were baptized today. (See picture on the right.) Community leader, Mr. Josiah Gweh, also got saved and asked us to start a home Bible study in the Bassa town community to help them understand the Bible. This will be our fourth home Bible study in Monrovia. Praise the Lord for new direction and the opportunity to reach new people.”— Monrovia, Liberia

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