Ghana Missions Trip Pictures

Travelled to Ghana October 14-23, 2019. Here are some pictures. Waiting to board my flight from London to Accra. After about 4 hours of sleep my first night, I preached the next morning in chapel at a local middle school. Some kids from another nearby school. Meeting with believers from a church plant in Obadoka, […]

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Ghana Journal Wrap-up

10-26-19 Snow Shoe, PA My Ghana trip is now over. I am back home with my wonderful wife and family. When I arrived at the airport Wednesday night, the kids were not shy about showering on their affection. They saw me and started running and saying, “Daddy, Daddy, Daddy……” It was a special moment. An […]

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Ghana Journal – Part 4

10-22-19 Suhum, Ghana I didn’t get a chance to journal yesterday, so I will use this entry to tell of yesterday’s highlights. Pastor Forward and his wife were there to see us off from the “Hotel Lenza” that we stayed at. Not long into our journey home, we decided to stop at the Volta Dam […]

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Ghana Journal – Part 3

10-20-19 Suhum and Juapong, Ghana Woke up early again to get ready for church. Excited to be worshipping with African believers for the first time. We were saddened to hear that the lady we prayed for back on Thursday died this morning. This is yet another reminder that God is sovereign and has numbered our days. […]

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Ghana Journal – Part 2

10-17-19 Suhum, Ghana Woke up this morning at 4 and couldn’t get back to sleep. Still getting used to my new surroundings. Had breakfast again at pastor Stephen’s house. His adopted daughter Evelyn is a fabulous cook and has adjusted well to my unique dietary needs (primarily gluten-free). So far, I don’t mind African food […]

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Ghana Journal – Part 1

Here are the first three days of my journalling. So much more could be said. Will try to get some pictures up with the next installment. Thanks for all your prayers.   10-14-19 State College, PA Airport       Embarking on a new journey today. Heading to Ghana, West Africa today to preach about 7 times and […]

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Ghana Missions Trip

I am excited about a new opportunity the Lord has opened up for me to serve in the African nation of Ghana. Back in March of 2016, I travelled to California to attend the Shepherds Conference, an annual gathering of thousands of pastors and church leaders. Before the conference even began, I met a man […]

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A Simple Way to do Evangelism

Our family has been watching a series of missions videos called Dispatches from the Front  hosted by Tim Keesee. These videos profile the advance of the gospel all around the world. God is at work is interesting and surprising ways, and these 10 videos (and counting) offer a window into that remarkable work. In video […]

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A Different Take on Persecution

I just finished reading a book by Nik Ripken called The Insanity of God. In addition to having a provocative title, it is a powerful book. Ripken is considered to be the world’s leading expert on the persecuted church in the Muslim world, and towards the end of the book, he offers some conclusions on […]

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Get Behind the Work of Missions!

This past week at Waverly Alliance Church, we had our annual missions conference. We were privileged to have one of our C&MA missionaries join us for a few days. George Nuss has been serving in the country of Guinea (West Africa) for over 20 years now and has no plans of retiring any time soon. […]

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