We have several activities that reach out to those who are seeking Jesus and his salvation in other countries.
Ghana: We support a work in the Republic of Ghana
in west Africa in the village of Assin, in the Fosu district.
This is one of the most progressive and stable countries in west
Africa. Even so its population has a personal annual income of only
$1,700. The work in Ghana is being led by Ebenezer Korsah, a
native Ghanian and assisted by Anthony Kiranchie under direction of the Princeton Church of Christ Elders. See some new pictures sent to us from Ghana.
Ebenezer, Patience & baby
Anthony and Elizabeth
The Church at Stationview, Anthony Kuranchie & Ebenezer Korsah send “Greetings” to all the saints at Princeton!
Additions to God's Church:
There were 16 baptisms during September for a total of
146 YTD. The Lord has blessed us mightily in 2013, our most productive
y-t-d yet in our partnership! Read more below!
Adjetey Camp Church:
Nightly Street Preaching started from Thursday 7th – Saturday 9th
November in a village called Baasare 8Km away from Adjetey Camp. All
members zealously involved themselves carrying plastic chairs and
packing machines into a hired car to be sent to Baasare. We hired a car
at a cost of $140 USD that conveyed all the member to Baasare and back
to Adjetey Camp every night going 3 times in and out each day. It was
successfully climaxed with a very positive response. The majority
of the people living in Baasare were appealing to us to come again
because other religious groups have been preaching Biblical error and
the Truth needed to be preached by us! The following Sunday, nearby
churches of Assin Aworoso, Twifo Nuamakrom , Twifo Brimponso,
Twifo Afosua & Twifo Akutuase sent members to be present as the
topics of “WHAT IS THE CHURCH OF CHRIST”, and “THE
CENTRALITY OF EVANGELISM IN THE LIFE OF THE CHURCH” was preached.
There an attendance of 176 with six baptisms on 11November.
FOCUS ON April2014 WOMEN’S CAMP:
To build enthusiasm for this event, Elizabeth Kuranchie and I visit the
churches sensitizing the Christian sisters and mothers to prepare for
camp 2014. On Friday 22nd November, we departed home at 5:00pm to pick
a car to Wurakese arriving there at 6:15pm planning to visit the
Christian women there. We discussed their spiritual and physical
contribution toward the success of camp 2014. Total number of women in
the church were 23. At the end of it they were happy, understood the
need to cooperate and plan effectively. Finally they promised
strongly to be part of the women’s camp 2014 scheduled for Assin
Assin Area Women’s Prayers for Upcoming Event:
Wednesday 27th November, 2013 was chosen by all
Christian Sisters to meet the second time at Station View to have
fellowship in prayers. Over 170 women in Assin among the churches of
Christ attended this program to make it successful. Sisters came from
20 out of 27 churches in Assin. They arrived as early as 9:00am to
start it. Sister leaders from the churches led the prayers and songs.
They prayed about so many things especially the growth of churches in
Assin. It was a good time with positive minds.
December2013 Deaf Camp-Upcoming:
This year’s deaf camp is scheduled to take place at Assin Fosu
College of Education campus under direction of Station View and Agona
Swedru Churches of Christ as co-hosts of the camp. The Camp Committee
is comprised of 10 deaf interpreters including Ebenezer and Elizabeth
(Anthony’s wife). Letters have been sent inviting the deaf
ministries in the Church of Christ all over Ghana to attend this camp
which starts from Thursday 26th – Sunday 29th December, 2013.
Hundreds are expected! The main topics to be treated during our stay in
camp are as follows: THE DEAF OF CHRIST, CRIMINAL LAWS IN GHANA, THE
CHALLENGE TO ATTEND SCHOOL AS DEAF PEOPLE. This Annual National Deaf
Camp held in December every year has helped the deaf in our country
develop a sense of belonging. It has given them a reason to go to
school, learn a trade or do something productive. With this camp in
place, they have come to feel loved as they are afforded the rare
opportunity to interact with other deaf as well as with interpreters
drawn from all over Ghana.
We are happy to inform PCC that we have a purchased case
of 24 new Bibles for recent converts as a result of a PCC gift. We are
also grateful that a PCC Special contribution has provided $1000 for
the upcoming December Deaf Camp event where about 400 will attend and
be influenced for Christ! Once again our Partnership with PCC has been
blessed by God.
We pray the blessings of the season upon all PCC! We ask for continued
Good Health and Prosperity for all in 2014! Pray for us. Do email or
text us! Do come see us!
Ebenezer has written much more - download the full report for even more news.
Together, in His service,
P. O. Box 231
Assin Fosu C/R