September 11, 2019

I can’t believe I have been back in the U. S. for almost a year! In July, I had the opportunity to go back to Ghana and spend some time with the leadership team and visit a few of the churches. It was good to see many of my friends again in Ghana, but the time passed t...

April 10, 2019

Sometimes, a season of change happens suddenly. Such was the case for missionary Oleta Witt in 2018.

After assuming the position of director of Ghana ministries last year, Oleta immediately began training the assistant director, George Korah, to take the job.  And, with...

February 18, 2019

For some years now the Ghana mission had not had convention, and it was in the light of this that Oleta and I thought it necessary to have convention this year. We approached one of our churches to seek their consent to host the rest of the churches, and they agreed to...

December 25, 2018

In case you missed my last update, I have been back home for about 2 months now. My Ghana visa expired this fall, right about the time that George was ready to take the reigns of leadership. So instead of going through the hassle of renewal, the board agreed for me to...

November 12, 2018

In the cement brick coolness of the church building, six men sit on wooden benches. The murmur of voices and rustle of pages join the sounds and sunlight streaming through the open door.  Pastor George Korah stands at the front, leading the day’s lesson.

In June of this...

October 23, 2018

Village Projects

Five of the six boreholes in the village community were broken. They had been drilled sometime in the past, but not maintained.

Pastor George and I met with the community and talked to them about the importance of clean water and borehole maintenance. Af...

July 23, 2018

Pastor George recently graduated from a 14-month leadership training course in Ghana. Three of the potential leaders from one of our churches were able to attend his graduation. They are pictured below with George (far left), George’s wife Cecilia and small son (center...

July 12, 2018

I have been in Ghana for two years now, and I find myself reflecting back on my life, looking back at the little girl that had a desire to go serve God on the mission field to the person that I am today. I see how God has fully transformed me and is continuing to grow...

May 2, 2018

Here in this part of Ghana, it is the start of farming season. This is a very busy time of year for our villagers, when the farmers are out preparing the ground for planting. A farmer in the northern region of Ghana grows mainly maize, groundnuts (peanuts), corn, yam,...

April 3, 2018

Think of how easily accessible water is to us. If we are thirsty, we just go to the kitchen and get a drink. However, in the villages here in Ghana, the young girls of the house have to get up early and go fetch water at the bore-hole. Sometimes, the borehole is some d...

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