Early this morning I was able to get an account of the ministry that took place on Sunday morning in Nkwantapong. The village has a special place in my heart since it is extremely isolated. Michael Bentum (project manager for the work we are completing there) walked over the mountain, leaving at 6am and they had a phenomenal time as he shared from the scripture and the power of God was manifest.
There is one church in this small village and the chief is the head of the church, it's a Presbyterian congregation. I met them on a number of occasions over the last few years and have had favor with them. They felt the presence of God and have invited Michael to come back on March 29th for a special youth event.
Our colleague, Mary Kay Jackson, will be drilling a well (bore hole as they call it) in this village which has NO ACCESS to clean water. Last week she gave me the update that it might take place in the next month, so exciting. I remember the day I went specifically to see their water source and was shocked to have them guide me down the mountain on a slippery dirt path through the forrest to a stream where they got buckets of water, then walked back up the mountain to the town - a long, hard and tenuous journey. We are grateful for the gifts of donors to provide for this and two other wells that will be provided this year!
Would you consider giving so that Michael can take Bibles to those who would like them when he goes back to Nkwantapong on March 29th? Pray for him, that God will use him again for healing (body, mind and spiritual healings). Surprised by healings? Yes, we serve a God and Father who still heals! Want to watch some great testimonials of God at work today in healing, click here.
We are still paying his monthly salary as he is finishing up the construction and ministering in the village churches on the weekends. Thank you for your continued support. We welcome your questions, ideas and emails.