Wisdom Ameku Report: June 2016

Family Update: The children are doing well at home, church and academically by the grace of God. The first born by the name Esther graduated from the University of Science and Technology and has been employed at the Meteorological Services Department in Accra. The second born by the name of Angela is preparing to for her last semester at the Cape Coast University. Joshua is graduating from the Ho Polytechnic. The last baby is also at the Junior Secondary school in Accra.

By the grace of God we are establishing newer churches at the following strategic places: Kintampo located in the middle belt of Ghana, Somanya and Asesewa in the Eastern Region, Keta-Dzelukope and Akatsi in the Volta Region of Ghana. The newer churches are situated at Mankesim, Agona-Swedru and Winneba in the Central Region of Ghana. We will be starting 2 more soon at Awudome –Tsito and Sokode-Gbogame. We have the goal of starting 25 new churches in 2016 and we are on course. The urgent need of Bibles, construction of temporary meeting places and lighting systems cannot be over-emphasized. The chairs have been distributed widely and we hope great things will happen through their usage. Thanks so much for the chairs. What a relief.

We are very grateful to God and also to our Partners for the enablement and grace to start churches with limited resources. To God be the glory, great things He has done.

Fungile Langbooi Report: July 2015

Dear friends

Greetings in the most precious name of my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. This is a report for the month of June 2015. The report is for the work done in Despatch where I have started a new Church plant in the suburb of Despatch and the three townships of Despatch which are as follows: Khayamnandi Daleview and Resovoirhill. The Baptist Union Southertn Africa has advised me to continue with the Church plant in Despatch and leave the work in Joe Slovo in the care of the EPBA.

Four ladies have commited their lives to the Lord during the prayer meetings of the women. Our Sunday morning services are held in our house 13 Totius street Despatch and the ladies prayer meetings are held in Mrs Mabangula’s home in Khayamnandi township. The prayer meeting which is led by my wife Patricia Langbooi on Thursdays is quiet well attended with ladies from other denominations. The attendance in our services on Sunday morning services is +- 12 people per Sunday.

Prayer items:
A place to worship
Support for our crusade which will be in August
Our health as we start in a new area.

Yours in Christ service.
Fungile Langbooi(Pastor/ Teacher)

Lulama Mpayipheli Report: June

I greet you in the wonderful name of Jesus Christ Amen. Its good to be a church planter in my time I know I’m doing a right thing.

In the ministry
In the ministry i always thank God everyday for the Mercy and grace, but now i can do anything because of Him. In the church we still saw a new faces in both sides town of our branches and it is our prayer to reach another villages around us but we challenges but we praying and planning to reach those places.
Another thing in this month i was supporting another Pastor in my church he pitching a tent crusade in this month. We need prayers so that the Lord give us strength every day. From the 29 June to a2 July we have youth camp in Hokwana Village. I praying and I know God will help us.

Yours Faithful
pastor Lulama Mpayipheli