The lock-down has been lifted in Ghana and the outreach team went right out to a village called Akye Maase to share the Gospel. The team was still taking precautionary measures by wearing masks and using a megaphone to tell villagers of Jesus Christ, His life, His death, His resurrection, and His soon return to earth as King of kings and Lord of lords.
Twenty-three people accepted Jesus Christ as Savior and the team returned home elated that they were instruments used by God to bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ to a remote village. But it’s best to read the report as it was sent to us. Here it is below with photos:
Greetings in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord.
Although we are not in normal times because of the Convid-19 Pandemic, churches are closed, and religious activities are only done online. Our brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, friends and love one’s in the villages without internet, television and Radios also need the gospel in this crucial times.
The CMM team travelled to Akye Maase in the East Ankem District near Old Tafo in the Eastern Region.
We travelled to Akyem Masse on Wednesday 22nd April 2020. We got there almost mid-day and by God’s grace, we used a megaphone to preach because we followed the precautionary protocol by maintaining social distance, wearing face mask, washing our hands frequently and using Hand sanitizers as well.
We preached the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ and prayed for those who gladly receive Jesus as Lord.
We preached from street-to-street and every junction we see. And we gave our telephone numbers out for those who need prayer and counseling. Twenty-three people who were called gave their lives to Jesus.
There is one place we went, and the children had not eaten for the whole day, due to hardship. We contributed out of the little we had and bought them biscuits and drinks since that was what we could afford.
We took the opportunity and told the people to stay home if you did not have something essential doing because there is a virus out there. We preached the word of exhalation and how to trust God in a difficult moment like this, not forgetting the precautions protocols as well.
Below are pictures of feeding the children and preaching with the megaphone.
We bless God for his mercies!!
Rev. John Harrison