(Below is the latest outreach report, written by Rev. John Harrison of the C.M.M. Outreach Team)
Blessings and Peace be unto the Name of our Lord Jesus.
Komenda is a town in the Central Region of Ghana. It is a small old town where the British settled and built the Komenda Fort between 1695 – 1698. It currently has a modern sugar factory.
We arrived there early morning on Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. on July 11, 2018.
By the grace of God, we shared 201 tracts and preached the Gospel of our Lord Jesus. We also explained the messages in the tracts to the people. 87 people gave their lives to Christ. Peace and joy filled their hearts with their new faith.
There was also a healing that took place. A woman who could hardly walk and had been chairbound for years. We prayed for her and by the grace of God, she began to walk!!
Praise the Lord!
Below are photos. Be sure to scroll to the bottom for a video of the elderly lady walking after prayer:
In this video, the elderly woman who had been chairbound for many years is able to walk after prayer.