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Zakari was very weak when we visited to share the Gospel with him after creating a rapport with his Muslim family. He was willing to be prayed for but was not ready to accept Christ. For us, it was about building a relationship and showing him love because his family had neglected him.

He was always excited to see us and equally enthusiastic about bible stories. When he heard about the atoning blood of Christ, Zakari explained that in the Sisaala culture, blood sacrifice was significant before wrongs committed could be forgiven. He shared how certain cultural beliefs were not forgiven without sacrifices. This platform helped us share the Gospel with Zakari about the Blood of Jesus and why it differs from animal blood. Zakari asked us to revisit him and continue the topic, and that he wanted to hear about Jesus’s blood.



Zakari and Saani

Later, when Zakari was hospitalised, we continued visiting him and sharing bible stories.


Zukari admitted he needed his sins forgiven, and it seemed only the Blood of Jesus could save him. After explaining the Gospel to Zakari, he surrendered his life to Jesus Christ as His Lord and Personal Savior. We prayed with him.


Zakari has since joined our Discovery Bible Study with Muniru (MBB).


Muniru has taken the responsibility to visit him at least twice weekly to keep him grounded with God's Word due to possible persecution.

Saani and Muniru encouraging ZaKari
Encouraging Zakari


Pray that God will establish Zakari in his faith in Christ and the redeeming power of the Blood.

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Updated: Mar 26, 2022


I remember him. Tall, muscular arms, slightly bent over, with a buoyant voice. In his hands a tattered Bible, and dusty feet. He walked from house to house in my village sharing the gospel, pounding grains with the women, praying with us and weeping over us. We called him Pastor. But later, I learned he was a Pioneers-Ghana Missionary. I was only 6 years old. I remember my father, the Imam and my devout brothers driving him out of the village. Like the other children, we jumped and laughed at him. But that day, he sowed a seed in my heart. He later led me to Christ. And the rest is history.


One of the reasons I chose teaching was because of this story. Our Teachers in Missions initiative is one of the blessings God has given us to bring about the harvest of souls and disciple-making in schools in northern Ghana. Through this program, vibrant and energetic young teachers are teaching basic school children and making disciples.


Indeed, Jesus cares about the salvation of the little ones too. They are not too young to receive the joy of salvation and enjoy its fruits much longer on the earth. We can never fully measure how far one missionary's life and work can affect these children.


Would you trust the Lord with us for provision as we supply these teachers with basic equipment and resources for this great work? God bless you!


#missionstochildren #discipleshipmakingmovements #teachersinmissions

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Love it or hate it, pork is blessed by God and it is a delicacy for many around the world. For one of our disciples in the Sissala land, who loves himself some pork, this understanding made his family unhappy because of their religious background.

However, being a gifted farmer and coming to understand that every creation of God is good, and nothing that is received with thanksgiving should be rejected, because it is sanctified by the word of God and prayer, he went on to raise a piggery to support and provide for his own family. And now the business is booming. He started with two pigs and now, he has 20! Praise God!


It is a joy to know that the gospel does not only bring salvation to the soul but also empowerment through the understanding of God's word.



From only 2 pigs Muniri now has 20
From only 2 pigs Muniri now has 20

But here is the catch for us: the power of two (2) pigs multiplying to twenty (20) is what we want to see happening for believers living among the unreached people groups in Ghana; that such testimonies would rise among them,


that the statistics of less than 2% will become 20% and more and more. Hallelujah!

"Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men"◄Colossians 3:23►


PRAYER

We have many stories like this, some that we can't share. Pray for all who are persecuted in communities because they have converted and want to live for Christ, that they will stand strong! In many cases, their livelihoods are targeted, or worse case ostracized from the community.

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