Praise GOD for another opportunity to take part in the mission in Ghana, West Africa.
Ghana has a very interesting history and to go will be a wonderful moment in time for each Missionary. The ministry that will go forth will build upon what has taken place in past years. Please keep in prayer Pastor Julian and the rest of the Team, that the ministry that will take place will surpass what they could ever ask or think.
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Our missionaries are back home! We praise God for their safe return! Stay tuned for the praise reports…
We, Team Ghana 2018, want to thank Bishop Daniel Robinson, Jr. and CoPastor Elena Robertson for this dynamic ministry opportunity! We received fresh, specialized oil, and saw miracles, signs, and wonders! We also experience the love of God through our teammates and the opportunity for iron to sharpen iron! We also saw a fellowship between nations and connected ministries in the USA. We walked in gifts we didn’t even know we had! We got an opportunity to leave it all on the field! To God be all the Glory, Honor and Praise! ~Sis. Melinda Woods
Thank you prayer warriors for praying for the Team which enabled us to be effective in our assignments. Faith is Our God!!!We have had internet problems all week which did not allow our emails to reach you. We sincerely apologize. We will send an overview of the mission trip after we return home.Today the Team worshipped at our host church, End Time Revival Centre, this morning. What an awesome worship experience, Bishop Daniel Robertson preached a powerful word. Later we traveled three hours to Elmina to visit St. George’s Castle. This castle once held slaves. We received a wonderful history lesson which we did not receive in our various schools.The Team is resting now following by an afternoon of fun around the pool and the Atlantic Ocean. Some of the guys played football and we all dined sufficiently. We will be preparing to depart for Accra on Monday afternoon. Please continue to pray for the Team as we prepare to finish well and our families and for the souls that were won during our mission trip.You are blessed to be a Blessing. ~Rev. Doris Crews
The teams were in two groups today. The Evangelism Team went out to do street evangelism and prayer. Again, there were several Muslims along with an Atheist that were ministered to and told about the love of Christ!
They later returned to the church; Jehovah Jireh Ministries and set up a mock wellness school for training. The Pastor along with some of her leaders were trained by Min. Janice Powell on various wellness trades such as Colonic Enemas and Ear Candling. This training was to impart trades to the leaders that could possibly be used in the future as part of a business venture. Because of the vision of the ministry, this venture would create multiple streams of income to be a blessing to the community and church at large.
The team also performed a washing of the feet with prayer while there at the church. This was a time of spiritual giving and receiving. There was a breaking that took place in each team leader as they prayed for and washed the feet of the people.
On Wednesday night, Pastor Tracy Parham, Min. Janice Powell, Min.Alfreda Allen, Min. Crystal and Assistant Pastor Green (Albany, Ga. Rehema Ministries) ministered the Word of God at multiple churches.
Greetings from Ghana, West Africa!! God is doing amazing things here!! Souls have been saved, people have been filled with the holy ghost, buddies have been healed, and curses have been broken!! To God be all the GLORY, HONOR, and PRAISE!! Teams have been dispatched into different regions and God is doing a great work through the team. We are well and are pursuing, advancing, and taking territories!
Thanks so much to our church members from various countries in Africa, especially from the International Missions Ministry. The songs, greetings, and information from other African countries has been a huge asset and opened up many ministry opportunities. A few examples include boarding South African Airlines and interacting with the crew to ministering in the schools and in the hospitals to encouraging the staff of the local churches
~Sis. Melinda Woods
Praise God! The Ghana Team Foot Soldiers have all arrived safely in Ghana, Africa! We thank God that even though there was a slight delay in departing from Washington, due to a massive hail and rain storm, He still prevailed and we are here!
On our way to meet, greet and receive our assignments for duty! All for God’s Glory!
Where my soldiers at???? UP IN HERE!!! ~ Minister Janice Powell