Chris Newsletter:      October-Mid December

West Africa
P O Box DK 251
Darkuman-Accra, Ghana
Tel: +233-244-206-288                                                                                                                    December 11, 2018

Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name.Psalms 100:4 KJV.
Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people. Luke 2:10 NIV.

Thanks and Appreciation
As the year draws to a close, we rejoice that we can check in with friends and family like you. Christmas and the end of the year offers us a time to pause and reflect on the goodness of God and the birth of Jesus the Savior of the world, Jesus Christ. God has been good to us and our loved ones in many ways and to Him we offer our dee pest gratitude.

Monrovia, Liberia: Samaritan Strategy Team
Through Harvest Samaritan Strategy project, the Monrovia team was taken through two years of teaching, mentoring and coaching and finally commissioned to take the wholistic transformational vision and mission to various parts of Liberia. The team’s final assiggnmet was to conduct and facilitate a Vision Conference of Ieaders and pastors. It was just wonderful to see the  mentees passionately and aggressively teach the materials with clarity in their local context. To God be the glory.

West Africa Regional Meetings
Last week from Dec. 03 to 07, Accra, Ghana was privileged to host the bi-annual gathering of our team, the West African team. We were privileged and blessed to have Bob Moffitt, President of Harvest, Scott Allen, President of DNA and Jacob Ndabaramiye of  Rwanda. It was wonderful to see 36 key leaders come from 6 countries, driven by love for the vision and passion of the wholistic transformational message. Some travelled for as long as six days, three days and a full day to come by bus from Guinea, Conakry, Liberia, the Ivory Coast, Niger, Benin, Nigeria and other parts of Ghana. It was a real time of fellowship as transformational stories across the region was shared  amidst lots of singing and dancing.We  prayed for Gods continual strength and encouraged ourselves  to sharpen our skills to embrace the great task ahead of us as the sub-region is considered as one of the poorest in the world. A lot is happening and God is going to do more as we avail ourselves for the transformation of our nations and a new harvest into the Kingdom.

Praise and Prayers
From mid January to early February, 2019, I have been invited to train the African crew members on board the Mercy Ship in Guinea Conakry as part of our training collaboration. Kindly pray along with me.
The Ampadu family is thankful for the blessings we have been given during this year.We wish you all a blessed holiday season: Merry Christmas and  Happy New Year!

Thank you for your participation! Chris & Adjoa Ampadu

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