We praise God for an exciting mission this year. This November, we reached 14 communities with the gospel through Film evangelism, where we deploy cinema vans across the city to show various evangelistic films.
By the grace of God, people trooped to the open spaces we set up to hear the gospel. So far, this year, we reached close to 17,000 people with the Gospel and 2,500 have given their lives to Jesus Christ.
After watching a film entitled “The Final Account”, Kofi Nkansah gave his life to Jesus Christ. The message of the gospel and the revelation that Jesus had died to save him from a life of condemnation, completely changed his heart. After praying for him he expressed his appreciation to God for the opportunity he had to surrender his life to Him. In his joy, he expressed, “Today I thank God I am a changed person.”
Another story that comes to mind id Helena Adiku, who ran to the front to pray and receive Jesus Christ as her personal savior after another film.
Zenabu and Miriam are Muslims from the Northern Ghana. They live in Gbawe, a suburb of Accra. After watching one of the films, they came forward to give their lives to Jesus Christ.
During the mission, we visited schools to share the gospel. Both teachers and students were excited about the visit. The leaders spoke to the students about about coping with peer pressure.
A lot of the children prayed to received Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. The schools we visited were appreciative of the message, and how the students responded to it, so much so, that we now have an open invitation to go back and speak the students, and share even more with them. We know that children are the future leaders of a nation, so we strongly believe that good morals and the fear of the Lord should be inculcated in them as early as possible. We have therefore made it a policy to visit schools to talk about issues that affect them, like bullying, peer pressure and time management.
We are also working on partnering with like-minded ministries, such as Child Evangelism Fellowship and Compassion International, to not only build community, but also learn from their expertise in working among children.
Thanks to you, as always, for partnering with us to see lives changed in Africa. We rely on your prayers and support – here are some key prayer points we are going after, and we would be grateful if you would join us in praying for:
- Our Volunteers, especially the team from Kumasi, that the Lord will give them good health.
- Pray also for the new believers so that they will grow in the Lord.
- Please pray for the participating Churches, as they follow up and continue to do the good work that God begun in these communities.