Friday, September 25, 2015

August, 2015 Ministry Report

August level 1 graduates
Wordsower Bible Institute:  
39 students completed our two week Level One Class.  In this class they were taught how to be a disciple of Christ and how to make disciples for Christ.  

Short Testimonies of those returning from missions:

The Church of Vleyee Town - Vleyee Town was churchless before Victor Cole arrived.  Victor is one of our trained filed leaders.  He is unschooled, barely able to read and his leg is badly deformed from polio.  He spent over 6 months going to them evangelizing, discipling and rising up leaders.  With Victor they have been able to start a church.  We recently sent a team into the town to daub their new church building (that is packing mud into the walls of sticks and bamboo).   This is their report: We arrived in Vleyee safe.  We all celebrated together for the rice and supplies provided by WSL.  The next morning our team, united with the church, went to work, we were 23.  By noon the daubing work had been completed.  The church thanked WSL for making them powerful to combat against Satan.  While we were resting, eating and celebrating a hunter arrived and reported that people in the bush were arguing and making plenty of noise saying that the church in Vleyee was too strong and that they must continue to fight against it.  The pastor said, “We will continue to fight against them in Jesus name.”  The total cost for this church building was less than $75.      

Baptism Crowd
Bioh Town:
One field leader reports:  I presented the mission of WSL and taught “Life’s Purpose” and “Baptism”.  Mr. Zayzay said that he wanted to be baptized.  With joy we went down to the water.  We met some people there washing clothes.  I asked if there was anyone that needed to be baptized.  One man answered I am not a Christian but a Muslim.  So I told him the Good News of Jesus, taught him about baptism and with many other words warned him.  I told him that no one else died for you, that only Jesus came and died for your sins and will forgive your sins and that through him only you can be saved.  Francis Passoway believed and agreed.  He was baptized along with Samuel Ceasar. 

Chegboken Village: 
We were 3 on 2 motorbikes with load.  We traveled 5 hours on bad road till we arrived in Fish Town.   The next morning we pick up 2 more disciples and traveled 3 more hours deep into the forest.  We found an old destroyed bridge.  One of the team said, “I think we can rebuild it.”  We took off our loads and used our rubber straps to tie wood together.  Carefully we pushed our bikes across, and then broke down the bridge, removed our rubber and retied our loads.  The people in the next village were shocked to see us on bikes.  We parked our bikes in that village and walked another hour to the village of Chegboken.  It was decimated.  People from the other villages heard that we had arrived and came from all around.  A canoe filled with those coming wrecked in the water.  They lost their bags but no one drowned.  We had a two day workshop.  The people were very encouraged.  The oldest man said, “This teaching was very clear.  You guys spoke the wisdom of old.”  Another said, “We have heard the truth that was hidden from us.”  They requested that we return with more teaching.  On our return home we had to rebuild the bridge.

Broken church building
Diahn Village: 
The words of the town elder, “We were having church here till the pastor died.   The church building broke down.  We need a church in the town.  WSL has reawaken Christianity in our town.  We are happy to come back to God.  Help rebuild a church for us.”

Taryonwon Village: 
A 12 year old girl gave testimony that she was a part of the 666 Dark World.  Someone spoke to her in her sleep telling her she needed to change and follow God.  Now she is no longer a part of them and only looks up to God.  She said, “The way WSL carry God’s word to us is very good.  WSL teachings are very understandable.”   She wants us to pray for her and continue to come to her.

Stanley Wright

Stanley Wright:
Field leaders Stanley and Willimena Wright, husband and wife, gave this report.  “We went into a new village.  It was very difficult to work in spreading the Good News.  There was no sleeping place or a place to even purchase a piece of bread.  But, we taught 5 people the lesson on salvation.  That night we found an abandoned hut to sleep in.”

Prayer requests:  Pray for a great revival to sweep through this country, pray that Liberia will have a healthy church in every village in our generation, and pray for our leaders who truly suffer for the Gospel.  Please make this a regular item in your regular prayers.  

August Statistics:  
- We went on 113 mission trips.  Many towns we went to more than once.  A mission trip can

   last a day or up to a week and go into many villages and towns. 
- We ministered in 148 towns, villages and communities

- We ministered in 8 new villages/towns
- 16 people were baptized
- 23 people completed our extensive Bible study program
- We distributed 100’s of Bibles

“Christianity, if false, is of no importance, and if true, of infinite importance.  The only thing it cannot be is moderately important.”  C. S. Lewis.

August Expenses:
Mission expenses:
$1,173 – Pens, folders, Bibles, mission trips feeding, etc.  
$1,939 – Motor bike gas and repair, we purchased 2 more bikes.  Gas costs from $5 to $10 a gallon.       
$767 – Purchased 100’s of NT/OT Good News Bibles 

Wordsower Bible Institute:
$1,478 - Print Shop supplies, paper, and parts.  We spent $950 for paper, enough to print 250,000 pages of teaching and discipleship material.  Also purchased a new copier.
$1,183 – 39 students completed our Level 1 English Bible Institute class

Assistance to the poor:
$314 – Humanitarian assistance:  
$104 – Medical expenses (average treatment cost per person is $1.00 - $10.00).  
$675 – Assistance to Ebola Orphans, sponsored children and suffering children 

Team food and house supplies:
$1,914 – Food and house supplies (close estimate).  Our core team consists of 13 adults and 17 children.  To cover, clothes, food, batteries, soap etc.  Also, we feed visitors every day from our house funds.
$529 – School fees for our base leaders

$10,076 - Total for the month.     THANK YOU!   

Donations should be mailed to:

Wordsower International
16960 Sidney Plattsville Rd
Sidney, Oh 45365

Donations can also be made online by going to our web page: 
All donations are tax deductible.  A receipt will be sent in January.  100% of all donations go for the mission to the Liberians and refugees.  None is used for me or administration.  If you have any questions concerning donations you may call Tom Looker at 937-489-8090.

Thank you for your prayers and support,
Kim Smith and Don Riley

Counties, Cities, Towns, and Villages we have ministered in:

Bomi County:  Beh, Jaway, Joes Town, Tubmansburg.  

Bong County: Baptist Clinic Community, Belefana, Blama, Chief Compound, Cuttington Univeristy, Dans, Deemita, Dorkpolorsue, Duita, Foebilla, Foloblai, Galatua, Gbalatua, Ganyea, Gbarnga, Gbarnga Central Prison, Gbarsue, Gbechon, Gbenniquileh, Gboque, Gbolue, Gbo-yhea-nyan,  Henry,  Henry Kpangbai,  James Flomo, Janyea, Jimmey,  John Suah,  Kakamue, Kandagai, Khakie, Kolleh’s, Kpaiketa, Kokoyah Community,  Kopata, Kortu, Kpon, Kponyea, Kpatawee, Lelekpayea, Lucky, Martarly, Moieta, Phebee Junction, Qualayarkuke, Sakpalah, Samay, Sengbeh, Smith, Suakoko, Tamayata, Taylor, Tuankan, Tubman Army Barracks.  

Grand Bassa County:, Baccoline, Botata, Barkon, Beh-La, Beletanla, Blameyea, Bucket-Ta, By-Dawoe, Bucannon Dayes, Goah, Nagbeh, Nyudeh, Penney. 

Grand Gedeh County: Albert, Army barracks, Badou, Bah, Bakor, Banana, Banglo, Bar, Bargblor, Barker,  Bartejam, Bassa, Bassa Village 1 and 2, Bawaydee, Beagompo, Beezon, Beh, Bellyalla, Benin, Benla, Bently Mining Camp, Best, Better Hill, B’hai Tarway, B’Jozon, Blessing Hill, Billibo, Blown, Blue Camp, Boe, Boley, Boplue, Borbor Freeman, Border, Boundary, Bouduo, Brown, Buhou,  Butor, Cartumacy, Chandy, Chayee, Chebeh, Chebeor, Chensla, Chete, Civil, Compound, Crahold, Cotton tree Community, CVI gold mining camp 1, 2, 3, 4, Dark Forest Camp, Deplay, Deyan, Diahn, Disco Hill, Dogbar, Dolozon, Dougee Refugee Camp, Doubah, Double Bridge, Ducas Wulu, Duo Town, Dweh,  Enoch Nahn, Era, Fish Pond, 48 mile, Franzay, Freeman, Frinkey, Gambo, Gambo Road Community, Garbo, Garley, Gave Thank Shilue, Gardweh 1 and 2, Garkel, Garley, Gaye, Gbakah, Gbarbo,  Gbarken,  Gbarzon, Gbarbor, Gbarzon Inside, Gbayea, Gbeyoubo, Gborlue, Gboe, Gboan, Geewon, Gboleken, Gborabo, Gambo, Geeha, Geeyah, Gleplay, Gloropardee, Go Look, Golo, Gorabert, Gorbowrogba, Goyeazohn, Graddeh, Grady, Grebo, Guagbo, Gwein, Gweledee, Gwenibo, Jaboe, Jackson, Jaibo, Jallah, James Glortoe, James Sayon’s, Jarbah, Jargbeh, Jarwleh, Jarzon, Jayjai, Jayteken 1, Jayteken 2, Jellu,  Jerry Tiah, Jimaca Camp, Joe’s, Joe’s Mother, Johban, John David, Jonesgbaye, Juahzon, Julutuzon, Juwar, Kadifah, Kanbli, Kanneh, Karlowleh, Kartumaside, Kayne, Kohn, Kojayee, Konobo, Koor, Kpallo, Krah, , Kpay, Kulee, Kuma, Kwebo, Lawrence,  Ma Esther, Map Office, Menyea, Middle East Camp, Mind Your Own Business, Momom Camp, Moses, Morris, Morris Dowho, New York gold mining camp, Neplubo, New Zwedru, News, Nyennawliken, Nico, Panwolor, Papa Hill Gold Camp, Papayea, Peace Hill, Pellelzon, Pennue 1 and 2, Community, Penokon, Peter Saydee, Philip Torh, Pohan New and Old, Pineapple village, Ply, Plapp, Ploe Bodee, Pola, Polar Town, Polar Village, Pokor, Popo, Pourhyonnoh, PTP refugee camp one and two, Queboe, Rancy, Sally, Saiwaken, Sant, Savah, Savior Worbey, Saycon, Saylee, Sayebo, Sentrodu, Sewion 1, Sewion 2, Shouken, Sinkor, Sloman (a gold mining camp), Solo Inside, Solo Outside, Solo Refugee Camp, Sowaken, Steven, Suahken, Tactyville, Tagbayah,Talorkan, Taryee Beaway, Taye’s Village, Techiensla, Teladee, Tempo, Tiama, Tobolee, Toes Refugee Camp, Toes Town, Toffoi, Togbayee, Togbolee, Tojillah, Toueah, Towah, Tuglor, Tuzon inside, Tuzon outside, Vanyeazon 1 and 2, Varglor, Vleyee, Whybo, Wilking Paye Camp, Willie Jellu, Winner Gardueh, Wlagbo, Woloken, Wulu, Yardglo, Yarlee, Youbor, Zai, Zarzar, Zaiyee, Zaybay 1 and 2, Zeon, Ziah, Zilaken,  Ziulay, Zoe Bush, Zuabah, Zwedru, the county prison, 4 road check stations, and the county hospital.  

Grand Kru County: Baclaville City, Baclaville Check Point, Beach,  Beloken, Barclay, Bewane, Blikpo, Boniken, Big Suehn, Camp Spin, Ceitaa, Cladia, Company Camp, Dayokpo, Diakpo, Doubbo, Dweaken, Farina, Feeder-klee, Galaway Beach, Gbarken, Gbenken, Gblebo, Gedebo, Geneken, Genoyah, Glabroken, , Glabroken, Grand Cess, Iron Bridge, Jlatekpo, Jokekpo, Kladipah, Kelekpo, Klekali,  Leaceco, Newaken, Newinyen  Beach, Nokia, Nrokuia, Pinecess, Pity, Pogbaken, Poor River Big Town, Poor River Middle Town, Sass, Solokent, Solokpo, Sorroken, Tarpleh, Togba-klee, Topoh, Wilsonville, Woelowinken, Wropluken, Yambo, Ylatuen, Zoloken.  

Lofa County: Voinjama, Zorzor.

Margibi County: Army barracks, Barclay, Bovclay, Brown, Dolos Town, Harbel camp 7, Kpuyah, Mazoe, Naway, Sherflin Barak, Takata.

Maryland County: Bann Village, Barreken, Biladimour, Bonnikek, Brownell, Cain, Cavalla, Cavalla Konukridi, CRC Camp 3 and Camp 8, Gbolobo, Gbon, Dakay, Dannis, Dibleken, Doloken, Driver’s Camp, Dugboken, Dweaken, Face, Factory Camp #1, Factory camp #2, Factory Camp #3, Feloken, Fish, Free, Gbanken, Gbaso, Gboloken, Gedetabo, Geeken, Glofaken 1 and 2, Gwissiken, Halfgrayway, 7 locations in Harper, Henugba, Hnabo, Holegrn, Hospital Camp, Jebaiken, Judy’s, Kablaken, Karloken, Kings, Klodikle, Koffi, Koffibeo #1, #2, #3, Koluso, Konusod, Lexicon, Libsuco, Little Weleppo Refugee camp, Refugee Camp Town, Marfliken, Middle town, Nekpachelu, Nemelken, New Half and Whole Half, New Sodoken, Number 8 Camp, Graway Towns, Old Lady, Olegravic, Pedebo, 4 locations in Pleebo, Philadelphia Gold Mining Camp, Poceken, Pogbaken, Ponken, President Tubman farm camp #1&2,Pular, Pulla, Puluken, 
Quiloken, Refugee Village, Rock 1 and 2, Rock Town, Rubber Bag Camp, Saleken, Saydeken, Sawlowken, Saywonken, Siliken, Spring Hill, Teaken, Tugbaken, Warteken, Weah’s Town, Wechoken, Weleken Wholegrayway, Wuluplukredi, Wutuken, Yederobo Nyanbo Wessiken, Yederobo Wessiken, Ylehiken, Yelibibou, Ylahken, Yobloken, Yoploken, Yourken, Yulukridi, the county prison and check stations.  

Montserrado County:  Bannerville, Barkley Farm, Bassa, Gbenbah, Jacob town, Monrovia, New Georgia, Pipeline.  

Nimba County: Beatwo, Borbor, Boyee, Bleaseh, Burtein, Buutuo, Camp 1, Dialah, Dinplay, Fienney, Fluma, Freeman, Ganta,  Geapa, Gbanquoi, Gbanolu, Gbarwea, Glalay, Gonkopa, Gougartwo, Graie, Guotoin, John Strother, Karbah, Kpallah, Kpaytuo, Kpiekpoa, Kwendin, Logan, Mentor, Miller, Noway, Puayaker, Saclepea, Sagba, Sarlay, Tanwea, Tappita, Yopedi, Towah, Unification, Venn, Whea, Wontoe, Yiteepea, Your Peg, Wesseken, Zahnzayee, Zarwulugbo, Zautuo.  

River Cess County: Darhga, Gbee.  

River Gee County:  Bletiken, Cheboken, Deabo Klibo, Deabo Parken, Deabo Saykliken, Deabo Tugbaken 9, Deabo Youwolken,  Dweaken,  Fish Town, Fish Town Prison, Gbaweleken,Geeken, Jarkaken, Jarlatuken, Jaytoken 1, Jaytoken 2, Kanweaken, Kaytoken, Klaboken, Knonowloken, Knowluken, Myoken, Nyennawliken, Pairloken, Podroken, Putuken, Sargba, Sueaken, Sherriken, Suwloken, Sweaken, Tartiken, Tuaken, Tuobo, Tuumaken, Wartiken, Weah’s, Webbo Knoroken, Welegboken, Whesatuken, Worleken.  

 Sinoe County: Alvin Koon, Bah, Bannah, Bardoua, Beatuoken, Beeweyee, Bilibokee, Bluebarrack, Blumsville, Bluntville, Boah, B.O.P.C., Bortu Junction, Charlie, Cass Town, Ceeubo, Chea, Chawlue, Cheepoyee, Chebioh, Cheboken, Congo, Cura Wah, Dagbe, David Kuma, Deedo, Dejila, Deyankpo, Diayankpo, Dioh, Dodueken, Donnah, Dorwon, Down, Down the Mangrove, Eni, Farmersville, Fanfin, Fish, Funnioh, Gardoway, Gbalawin, GBC, Gbason, Gbliyee, Gbojuelville, Gbowe, Geblo logging camp, Geekin, Geekloh, Geelor, Grasphy, Greeneville, Greft, Greenville Hospital, Grigsby Farm, Jalay, Jaypoto, Jaytoken, Joazon, Joe Village, Jokoken, Jonny-Boy, Joseph Bloch, Juahnneh, Judu, Kakpo, Kamus, Karquekpo, Katuzon, Kelgbeh, Kilo, Kitatuzon, Korjayee, Kpantan, Kuwait Gold mining camp, Kwitouh, Lexington, Louisiana, Mama Creek, Melvin Lai, Money Camp, Monueh, Murraysville, Neinplikpo, New Kru, New, Nyanphio, Nyennwlejen, Nyonpoh Barrack, Panama, Patern, Patricia, Paul, Peace Camp (a gold mining camp), Pellkon, Penny, Plandiaba, Planksite, Pokpaken, Putu Jadweodee, , Poblee, Poheh, Po-River, Pogbaken, Polay, Prapee, Pratt, Prison of Sino County, Puogbaken, Pynes Town, Qutatozon, Red Hill, Saikas, Sackor, Sarpo Community, Sargbah, Saygbeken, Secthon Juaryan, Secthon New, Seebeh, Seedubo, Seth, Seetor, Saybaken, Saydee, Senquene, Seakpa, Seekon Pellokan, Sennajalh, Shakepeh, Shagbe, Shalee, Snoboe, Spansor Baily,  Spoken Boots,  Swangba, Swenpon, Tabti, Tarta, Tawn, Teah, Terison Gee, Tiakah, Titus, Tudee, Tuobo, Unification, Voobadee, Wiah, Wreenewet,  Zanwonjah, Zayzaz Kollie. 

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