Liberia, Sierra Leone and Ivory Coast:
4 - Countries; Liberia, Ivory Coast, Guinea and Sierra Leone
11 - Total counties we ministered in Liberia
160 - Total communities/villages/towns/cities we ministered in
110 - Total mission trips
1 – Indigenous missionary team base among the Vai and Gola unreached tribes
1 – Indigenous missionary team base among the Mandingo and Manika unreached tribes
1 – Indigenous missionary team in Ivory Coast.
9 - Completed Bible Marking
1,412 - Attended our 2-day and 1-day workshops in 12 locations
2,346 - Viewed the Jesus Film, 15 locations and 16 times shown
18 - Dental patients, 21 teeth pulled
13 - Optical patients, 12 pair glasses distributed, no patient was referred
21,000 - Copies printed, 68 booklets made (English)
3 - Radio broadcast locations in 2 counties. On 105.3 FM, we do one-hour teachings 7 days a week. On 98.6 FM – we do 2 one-hour teachings a week
The above report is made possible by a united sacrificial team here and abroad. Only in the unity of us all can the above be a reality and even increase. Looking at the above report you see that we are busy. We have spread across Liberia and into the neighboring countries where we train, disciple and church plant. We use many different weapons as we advance the Kingdom of God within the strongholds of Satan.
Wordsower Africa is an indigenous missionary training and sending hub. We have two bases established that are reaching 4 of the 6 unreached tribes in Liberia. The first quarter of this year we should have our last indigenous missionary team in place in Liberia, living and ministering within the tribes. We will then have a team within every unreached tribe of Liberia. In the Ivory Coast we have a base training and preparing teams to go into the 36 unreached tribes. Teams are also ready to go to Guinea and Sierra Leone and should be in place within the first 6 months of 2021. In obedience, we have much work to do. West Africa has 393 unreached tribes of 147 million lost souls.
Jesus said, “No one can come to me unless the Father who sent me draws him, and I will raise him to life on the last day.” John 6:44. Our Father prepares the people before we ever arrive. Our job is to discover them, present to them His Gospel which is the only path unto salvation. We then disciple them so that they will also find those who have been drawn by our Father.
The demonic societies call their spiritual leaders the Devil. The society of this region had many adherents. I had made many trips into the Pynes Town region evangelizing, discipling and church planting within this stronghold. Once when I entered, with another Liberian disciple, I learned that the Devil and his disciples fled in utter panic, hiding in the forest until I left. I had no weapons of this world and wouldn’t have been able to fight off any one of them. Demons rule and are ruled by fear. They knew, because of Christ in me, that I had the “divine power to demolish strongholds.” The demons did not want to be cast out of their host so in fear they created terror in their hosts causing them to flee.
Another time I entered Pynes Town and met with the Devil, Kuaku is his name. We sat under a tree as I spoke to him about Heaven and Hell, he listened to me for half an hour. Many from the town were watching from a distance. After I finished, he laughed loudly and ridiculed me boldly so that all could see and hear. A month later, as I was on motor bike a mile from our base, which is about 2 hours from Pynes Town, the Pynes Town regional Devil, Kuaku, frantically ran into the road and stopped me. In desperation, he asked me to tell him more about Heaven and Hell and about Jesus. I was shocked and reminded him how he laughed when I discussed with him in Pynes Town. His answer, “I was laughing on the outside.” He has now become a Christian and is an active disciple in the region. The demonic society of this region has crumbled. Our Lord says, “I have shown myself to those who did not ask for me.”
There was another regional stronghold, the central town is Franzy, that also crumbled. We were told that it would be impossible to start a church there, that if could start one there we could start one anywhere in the world. The struggle took a few years but today we have assisted in the start of two churches and assisted in the construction of their church buildings. We “have divine power to demolish strongholds.” In fact, as our disciples fearlessly advance, they have never entered a stronghold that has not crumbled, that has not been overcome by the Kingdom of God! Amen and Amen!
- Praise: Our Lord is with us and is blessing us. We continue to see the growth of our Lord’s kingdom
- Pray: One of our field leaders, Daniel Tooua, was in a bad accident. He was hit by a car while assisting others. He had massive internal bleeding, has a broken leg and hip. He will have to be transported to Ghana to have his hip repaired.
- Pray: That our Lord will use us to train more indigenous missionary teams and provide the funds to send them to the unreached tribes
- Pray: Please pray for our safety as we continue to boldly and fearlessly march into and live within the strongholds of Satan to, “snatch others from the fire and save them.” Jude 1:23.
- Pray: “Finally, our friends, pray for us that the Lord's message may continue to spread rapidly and be received with honor, just as it was among you. 2 Pray also that God will rescue us from wicked and evil people; for not everyone believes the message.” 2 Thessalonians 3:1-2
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