Radio stations and medical clinic launched in Ghana

By February 18, 2010

Ghana (MNN) — HCJB Global will dedicate two new radio stations in Ghana this week, allowing many to hear the Gospel. In the meantime, a new church partnership will help them to see Christ as well.

The Colorado-based Woodmen Valley Chapel has decided to come alongside HCJB Global in its radio ministry as well as its healthcare. The congregation sent an eight-member team to help build what will be called the Tree of Life Health Post. This group along with another will conduct medical clinics in rural areas of Ghana over the next couple weeks. They will also lead vacation Bible schools for children.

HCJB's radio programs will certainly bring the Gospel to many in Ghana, but with the help of this new church partnership, many Ghanaians are seeing Christ's love in action. These two factors together have the potential to bring many to the Lord.

HCJB Global President Wayne Pederson, who will conduct the radio station dedications this week, asks for prayer. "Pray that the radio stations' launch will successfully draw many listeners to Jesus." Pederson also asks for pray that the medical clinic will be completed by the end of this year.

For more information on HCJB Global's work in Ghana, click here.

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