(Ghana)–Elsewhere, a United Nations’ report warns that the conflict in Ivory Coast will be disastrous to countries in the sub-region, including Ghana, if the crisis is allowed to degenerate into a full-scale war. John Asmah and his wife are slated to begin a new Word of Life outreach in Ghana. He describes the effect. “What is happening now in neighboring countries is sometimes we have to host the refugees coming from Ivory Coast and Liberia. For now, it’s good; it has not been any problem. We are a little bit worried about the future, what is going to happen. But, one way or the other, it’s an open door to reach a lot of people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.” However, Asmah says people are open to the Gospel, and are ready to respond. “Pray for open doors so that we can get the schools in, preach the Gospel and also help the local churches over there to broaden their vision, and plant more churches in the interior part of the country.” The Asmah’s are staying at D & D Missionary Homes in Florida while in the United States.
Story number 2 for 5 Feb 2003
By davidvranishFebruary 5, 2003
- Primary Language: English
- Primary Religion: Christianity
- Evangelical: 24.2%