Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world. Amen. Matthew 28:19-20

Tuesday, March 25, 2014


Hi Everyone,
          Well we have had a good past week.  It has rained here a few times and made things less hot. Yesterday evening it started to rain so we got all our buckets and put them outside. (it helps to conserve water that way)
          Anyway, things are good.  We didn’t have any of our investigators come to church, only Solomon who is now a recent convert. The others either traveled, went to a funeral, went to play football, or just decided to switch their phone to off.  We are always trying to keep ourselves motivated somehow, but it really kills my spirits when we can’t find people to teach, and when people switch off their phones and don’t come to church.  I always remember what you told me Dad, that the Lord is also testing us during these hard times.  So for the most part it all seems to move along with time and pass.  Most of the people we are teaching are mostly men, but this past week most of the new people that we have started to teach are mosty women. Whenever we need to find someone that told us to come and see them, and when we don’t know the place; somehow we most always find their place with them not telling us where they stay. We just see them moving about or someone that is waiting for us.   When we go to Nana Adu’s house and when his friend Prince is there, he always compliments us and tells us he always feels good and comforted when we come to talk. haha.. I thought that was good.  It gives us more boost. But hard times are not over. With all the prayers we will get through it.
          Just about everyday we buy fried rice from a really powerful guy who’s name is J.  He sells the best fried rice I have had yet in Ghana.  He always gives us extra rice and an extra piece of chicken.  haha..   He is powerful! We are thinking of teaching him sometime soon.   But he is always busy.
          Yeah, the members in Buokrom are pretty good to do their church duties and assignments. We hardly ever do much anymore. Every once in a while we correct on a few things, but they are getting better.  The only thing is a few of them want to think and run our church like the local churches. haha…
          Friday and Saturday is transfer news so I’ll know whether I’ll be staying or going and being released as DL.  But not too much else.  Sounds like you are getting all the farming done piece by piece with the little crew.  Thanks for everything! Better go! Take Care!  Good luck this next week with everything!
                              Love Ty :)

A cute bunch of kids in Boukrom

Wandering cattle

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