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This mission was conducted in May/June 2013. CLT partnered with the local council of churches in Suma Ahenkro, in rural Ghana, to conduct this mission in Suma. We had the opportunity to share the gospel during 3-nights of gospel crusades (out-door tent meetings). We thank God for all those who responded and opened their hearts to accept Christ as their Lord and savior.
The new believer's follow-up meeting provided the CLT team the opportunity to further share about Christ & pray with new believers. The local church council will continue to follow up with new believers.
Our team also conducted gospel presentations at the Suma High School Campus and had the opportunity to lead some of the students to Christ. We worked with the students to establish a Scripture Union (SU) Ministry on their Campus. The SU Ministry is a nationwide high school bible-based ministry that focuses on reaching students with the gospel on school campuses across the nation.
About 400 kids showed up for the kids' ministry events. The attendance was truly overwhelming. Our team visited with town folk and had one-on-one times of fellowship & prayer in their homes. We visited the Sampa District Hospital (SDH). This was a very emotional day for our team, witnessing the need and the lack of facilities for a hospital serving the entire district.
Together, with the hospital staff, we were able to further develop, in much more detail, the phasing of the SDH Medical Project to assist the hospital.
Finally, we had the opportunity to meet with a couple of top government officials in the Region: the District Chief Executive (DCE) for the Jaman North District and the Deputy Brong Ahafo Regional Minister. The meetings were to seek avenues to collaborate with their offices in executing some of the humanitarian projects CLT is working on in the Region. The meetings went very well. We thank God for the success of this mission. Please continue to pray for the work being done in Ghana.