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An Old Man, A Fresh Grave

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     Nearly a month ago, Elliott Freeman and I visited some remote villages in North Ghana. They are quite primitive but I was able to establish immediate rapport when I asked the chief if he would like to hear a story. I told those sitting under a tree the story of...

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Haba Kouly

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     Haba Kouly! (Haw-baw Koo-lee) I love to say his name! He is from Guinea and one of our trainees in our one-year certificate master training project. I first met him in May of 2011 at Tappita, Liberia, where he first took our basic course in storying for evangelism. He...

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Ghana

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    Ralph, Rosene and I recently returned from Ghana.  We had a fantastic time training men and woman who have a passion to reach the lost.  As I was sitting in the training room I was struck by the lives of the men before me.  I was listening to the stories of...

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Chicken Coop Church

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Last week the New Hope School and Church in Monrovia Liberia was damaged by a fire.  This Church is affectionately called the "Chicken Coop" church.  Believers gathered at an old chicken coop to worship the Lord.  There was also a school that ministered to over 200 children by...

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"J's" Testimony

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     “J” was very involved in politics.  He wanted to help his tribe and fought for them on the political stage.  He fought for the rights of his people.  He was popular and well liked by many people.  But he was missing something in his life. ...

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India

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     We left for India on Aug 3rd.  20+ hours later at 2:30 in the morning we were in our beds at the guesthouse.  7 am came early but it was exciting to be able to meet with our brothers and sisters in Christ here in India.  We met with several groups who are...

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