An Update From Our Mission In Ghana
I received this email from Rev. Lordson, the Pastor of the Evangelical Churches in Vakpo Todzi and Vakpo Fu.
Peace and Grace from our Lord Jesus the Christ be with you!
I am happy to write to you after a little break in communications. I hope you’re doing well and your ministry. We are also fine, and the school is also in progress. The churches are also thriving in His grace. The Fu congregation which was at the verge of collapse is gaining momentum day by day through the grace of God and the cooperation of the new Catechist. The motor bike is put into good use and helping the ministry in the village. On many occasions it was used to help sick members access the nearby clinic. It is also helping the Catechists to reach out to backsliding members outside the community, in the cottages.
Vakpo Todzi on the other hand is working hard to put up the Pastors residence started last year under my leadership. The wall is almost completed and we have started mobilizing financial resources to roof it by the beginning of the last quarter of the year (September). We are waiting for the final estimate from the artisans, and I will share that with you in due course. Included in the building is a well-designed guest room, which we hope you will lodge in when you visit Ghana the next time or any of our mission partners is in Ghana. It is planned with you in mind.
The ministry generally is doing well and the bond between the church and community is growing stronger every day. Church attendance and outreach is getting better every day. Even though general economic situations are not getting better, faith in divine providence of God is increasing. I would end here today but look forward to share more updates with you in coming days.
Least I forget, please how is the fund raising for the bus going? I am praying for divine intervention. May God bless and keep you.
With lots of love from Rev. Lordson
I encourage you to continue your support to these mission projects, As you can see from above, our assistance is making a huge difference in the life and vitality of these two church communities.