Thursday, April 21, 2022

March 2022 End of Month Report

3 - Countries: Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone, and Liberia

6 - Bases - 4 in Liberia (Zwedru, Grand Gedeh County; Sinje, Grand Capemont County,
     Voinjama, Lofa County and Gbarpolu County, 1 base in Ivory Coast, 1 base in Sierra Leone
19 - Total counties we ministered in
346 - Total communities/villages/towns/cities we ministered in
238 - Total mission trips   
48 - Persons were baptized
26 - Attended the Wordsower Bible Institute level 2, 2-week class, held in Zwedru, Liberia
23 - Attended the Wordsower Bible Institute level 3, 1 week class, held in Ivory Coast
63 - Attended the Wordsower Bible Institute level 2, 1-week class, held in Bomi County, Liberia
65 - Churches we did training of their leaders
6,835 - Viewed the Jesus Film shown 60 times
703 - Attended our 1-3 day trainings in 7 locations
4 - Broadcasting on community radio stations 
15 - Dental patients, 18 teeth pulled
10 - Adult literacy school
10 – Optical patients
 88,000 - Copies printed, 651 booklets made (English)

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. We have spread across Liberia and are in
the neighboring countries where we evangelize, disciple and church plant. We train, form and send indigenous missionary teams into the unreached tribes of West Africa.
 
Last month we went on 238 mission trips. A mission trip can last from a few hours up to a week. Each mission team returns with testimonies. I will mention just a few from the hundreds that occur reach month. Purposely names of communities and leaders are left out:
 
One of our indigenous missionary teams reported, “We are in a churchless village of an unreached Muslim tribe. We were ready to show the Jesus Film in their Limba language. The Iman (The Islamic spiritual leader, similar to a pastor) and other members of the Mosque begged us to not show the film!…. until they had finished their evening prayers so they could all watch it together!!!! So, we waited, with joy, and are now showing. Almost all the village is watching.”
 
 

We have a Wordsower Africa chat page. This was sent to the page, “Good morning, soldiers of the living God. We are sending out 2 teams for 5 days each. One team is made up of 2 old women who are very active in the faith. Both are from the unreached Tenme-Banta tribe. The other team is of two men, disciples that we have trained. Each team is assigned to go to Tenme-Banta tribal villages that do not want to see Christians coming into their village to share the Gospel. Pray for them.” I’m reminded of the verses in 2 Timothy. Paul was instructing Timothy.  He said, “And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable people who will also be qualified to teach others. 3 Join with me in suffering, like a good soldier of Christ Jesus.” Our indigenous missionary team raises up disciples from within unreached tribes and then sends them back into their unreached tribe.

  These two teams were sent out, going from village to village, among their own people, into a closed, resistant, churchless Muslim region. We did not know what would happen to them. One of the teams returned with amazing testimonies. They had baptized 34!!!  These verses come to mind: 
  • The story of Jesus healing of the demon possessed man. “As Jesus was getting into the boat, the man who had been demon-possessed begged to go with him. 19 Jesus did not let him, but said, “Go home to your own people and tell them how much the Lord has done for you, and how he has had mercy on you.” 20 So the man went away and began to tell in the Decapolis how much Jesus had done for him. And all the people were amazed. Mark 5:18-20. 
  • I was found by those who did not seek me; I revealed myself to those who did not ask for me.” Romans 10:20 
A few days after the Tenme-Banta men returned from baptizing the 34, they returned to the same region. This time they baptized 19 more. We learned long ago to, “Just show up”. All we have to do is look for the ones He has already prepared for salvation. And, as taught in scripture, we continue to return to the place of harvest to continue to bring in the harvest and train disciples. 
  • “He went on to say, “This is why I told you that no one can come to me unless the Father has enabled them.” John 6:65
  • “All those the Father gives me will come to me, and whoever comes to me I will never drive away.” John 6:37
  • “So, he reasoned in the synagogue with both Jews and God-fearing Greeks, as well as in the marketplace day by day with those who happened to be there. Acts 17:17
  • He took the disciples with him and had discussions daily in the lecture hall of Tyrannus. 10 This went on for two years, so that all the Jews and Greeks who lived in the province of Asia heard the word of the Lord.” Acts 19:9-10
This is the testimony of a former Muslim of the Tenme-Banta unreached tribe. “I accepted Christ because He is the true door to heaven… I have been a Muslim all my life. For the past 20 years I have been the secretary general of our Mosque. When I became a Christian, they fired me and put me into a big problem. Now how will I complete the construction of my house?” We will assist him in the completion of his house.Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, especially to those who belong to the family of believers.” Galatians 6:10. 2 Timothy 3:12, “In fact, everyone who wants to live a godly life in Christ Jesus will be persecuted.”   

We evangelize and disciple and then form fellowships in Tenme-Banta towns. The pictures below are of a new congregation and church building within one of their towns. This is the first church ever in this town.


ITEC (Indigenous People’s Technology and Education Center) has visited us 4 times. They have trained us in dental tooth extraction, optical and video production. On this visit they trained us in mechanical. We now have on every one of our 7 bases a mechanically trained leader with tools. They are competently trained to repair our generators and motorbikes. Below is a 3-minute video of our training.

Watch on YouTube

Participate with us in praise and prayer:

  • Pray: For our indigenous missionary teams, that they will continue to fearlessly, boldly and sacrificially advance the gospel into the unreached tribes.
  • Pray: For our new indigenous missionary team to Guinea. They are going to 2 unreached, Christian-less tribes. Pray that our Lord will reveal where they shall establish their base.
  • Pray: For us we 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. Pray also that God will rescue us from wicked and evil people; for not everyone believes the message.” 2 Thessalonians 3:1-2.

Donations:

100% of all donations go to the mission. None is used for administration. Tax-deductible receipts will be sent each January.

Click here to donate online and select "PARTNERSHIP - WORDSOWER AFRICA"

Check Donations:
Please make checks payable to the “Woodside Vision Foundation” designating “Wordsower Africa” on the memo line of the check. Please include your name and address for the receipt, if the information is not already on the check. Mail to:          
Woodside Vision Foundation
6600 Rochester Road
Troy Michigan 48085

If you have questions or problems with donations or want to contact me, Kim Smith, then
email me at kimlogansmith1957@gmail.com. I’m also available on the app called Whatsapp, the contact number is +231881344417

Summary of financial report for February:

I’m sorry to report that this month we will not be able to provided an itemized expense list. Our leaders responsible for the financial report are in other counties and countries training. Next month we will include our financial report.

Wednesday, March 23, 2022

February 2022 End of Month Report

3 - Countries: Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone, and Liberia

6 - Bases - 4 in Liberia (Zwedru, Grand Gedeh County; Sinje, Grand Capemont County, Voinjama, Lofa County and Gbarpolu County, 1 base in Ivory Coast, 1 base in Sierra Leone
18 - Total counties we ministered in
212 - Total communities/villages/towns/cities we ministered in
204 - Total mission trips 
134 - Persons were baptized
28 – Attended the Wordsower Bible Institute level 1 class held in Zwedru, Liberia
13 – Attended the Wordsower Bible Institute level 1 class held in Ivory Coast
6 - Muslims confessed Christ
96 - Churches we visited and worked with
3,150 - Viewed the Jesus Film in 23 locations, shown 31 times
754 - Attended our 1-3 day trainings in 14 locations
4 - Broadcasting on community radio stations 
13 - Dental patients, 24 teeth pulled
10 - Adult literacy school
86,000 - Copies printed, 139 booklets made (English)

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. We have spread across Liberia and are in
the neighboring countries where we evangelize, disciple and church plant. 

Last month we went on 204 mission trips. A mission trip can last from a few hours up to a week. Each mission team returns with testimonies. I will mention just a couple from the hundreds we receive each month:

Testimony of a new disciple:

Mary is from the Tenme-Banta tribe in Sierra Leone. She is 28 years old. When she was 12 rebels captured her as she was swimming with some friends in a creek. The rebels took her to their base where they severely beat her, tortured her, burnt her with red hot metal irons, raped her and cut off her right hand. Miraculously, she was able to escape into the bush. For 3 days she hid alone, without food, water or medical treatment. She was found, near death, with bad infections, by a man who returned her to her family. Unfortunately, after several years and many operations her arm had to be amputated. Her family was Muslim.

A few months ago, our Sierra Leone indigenous missionary team called a meeting of handicapped amputees. They fitted prosthetic hands on 30 amputees (300 more are now being shipped to us for others). Mary was one of them that showed for the meeting. By now, she was already a baptized Christian. After the meeting she invited some of our team to her home to learn more about Wordsower. Her sisters were also there out of curiosity. For the next several months she, and some of her family, were discipled in our bi-weekly base meetings.  

The Sierra Leone team invited the disciples to travel to Liberia to be discipled on our main base, in Liberia, for several months. Mary filled with passion volunteered to go. But there was a problem, she was scheduled to be married! She had a meeting with her fiancĂ© and the two families. They all agreed to go ahead and perform the marriage ceremony… without her!!! While with us in Liberia, she was married to her husband, while he was in Sierra Leone. Mary is now with us here, and her new husband is in Sierra Leone, waiting. That is sacrificial passion!! Mary says, “Time is short, my tribe must know of Christ and His sacrifice.” Her plans are to return to her husband and start a discipleship group within her unreached Muslim tribe, the tribe who had captured and hurt her.

Her story reminds me of the passion of Christ. Satan thought that his torture and murder of Christ would be his greatest victory. We all know that it turned out to be his greatest defeat. In a sense, Mary also was raised from the dead. She will soon be destroying the strongholds of Satan, through Christ. Again, what appeared to be Satan’s victory has turned out to be his defeat.    

Testimony of boldly advancing into the stronghold of Satan:

Our Sierra Leone indigenous missionary team, residing within the unreached Muslim Tenme-Banta tribe, has made several visits to one of their towns. They had evangelized, discipled and baptized 60 before starting a new fellowship of believers. Our team scheduled a 2-day training there. The resident Muslim witch prophesied that our team was evil and demonic, and that if any more were baptized in her town then they would surely die. She also announced that the construction of a church building in their town would be a town curse. 30 attended the 2-day conference and 17 were baptized, a total of 77 have now been baptized. No one died and a church building is under construction.  


In Margibi County, Liberia. We participated in the starting, financing and constructing of a new church. The structure is now finished. Seating is not yet complete. 

According to the Joshua Project (joshuproject.net) the countries of West Africa have 393 unreached tribes of 147 million people.  Our Lord has commanded His Church, us, to go, to present Him and His salvation to every tribe, every people and every nation. We continue to train, fruitful, proven disciples to be sent, to go, into these unreached tribes. 

Construction project:

We have a construction project under way. Our kitchen has been a wall-less thatched roof hut. The cooks cook outside when it is not raining and crowd into the hut when raining. They have to fight off chickens, goats, ducks, pigs and human hands from making withdrawals as they cook. Also, dishes and kitchen supplies are stolen as they work. We are building an enclosed building that will properly take care of the needs of our cooks. The estimate for the project is $7,000. A donor has already covered the cost. The 1 ½ minute video shows our current kitchen and the beginnings of our project.

Participate with us in praise and prayer:

  • Pray: For our indigenous missionary teams, that they will continue to fearlessly, boldly and sacrificially advance the gospel into the unreached tribes.
  • Pray: For our new indigenous missionary team to Guinea. They are going to 2 unreached, Christian-less tribes. Pray that our Lord will reveal where they shall establish their base.
  • Pray: For us we 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. Pray also that God will rescue us from wicked and evil people; for not everyone believes the message.” 2 Thessalonians 3:1-2.

Donations:

100% of all donations go to the mission. None is used for administration. Tax-deductible receipts will be sent each January.

Click here to donate online and select "PARTNERSHIP - WORDSOWER AFRICA"

Check Donations:
Please make checks payable to the “Woodside Vision Foundation” designating “Wordsower Africa” on the memo line of the check. Please include your name and address for the receipt, if the information is not already on the check. Mail to:          
Woodside Vision Foundation
6600 Rochester Road
Troy Michigan 48085

If you have questions or problems with donations or want to contact me, Kim Smith, then
email me at kimlogansmith1957@gmail.com. I’m also available on the app called Whatsapp, the contact number is +231881344417

Summary of financial report for February:

$1,240 – Employee pay for 8 employees, Zwedru base
$797– Assistance to the poor; medical, rent, school fees, funeral expenses - Zwedru base
$606 – Base expenses; food, maintenance, local transport – Zwedru base
$3,658 – Missions; sending teams into the remote villages – Zwedru base
$544 – Bike repairs – Zwedru base
$959 - Gas for bikes and generators – Zwedru base 
$667 – Radio broadcasting from 4 stations
$467 – Printing department – Zwedru base
$350 – Bookstore – Zwedru base
$80 - Adult Literacy – Zwedru base
$182 – Construction project – building a new kitchen
$1,792 - Wordsower Bible Institute, 2-week class, Zwedru base
$1,500 – Grand Capemont County missionary team is reaching 2 unreached Muslim tribes 
$1,500 - Lofa County missionary team is reaching 2 unreached Muslim tribes
$1,500 - Gbarpolu County missionary team is reaching 2 unreached Muslim tribes
$2,314 – Sierra Leone missionary team is teaching 1 unreached Muslim tribe
$2,000 – Ivory Coast mission team going to several unreached tribes
$200 – Bank fees
Total – $20,356

Friday, February 18, 2022

January 2022 End of Month Report

3 - Countries: Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone, and Liberia

6 - Bases - 4 in Liberia (Zwedru, Grand Gedeh; Sinje, Grand Cape Mount, Voinjama, Lofa and Gbarpolu), 1 base in Ivory Coast, 1 base in Sierra Leone
17 - Total counties we ministered in
221 - Total communities/villages/towns/cities we ministered in
148- Total mission trips 
57 - Persons were baptized
32 - Wordsower Bible Institute attended the level 4 section held in Zwedru
12 - Muslims confessed Christ
111 - Churches we visited and worked with
3,068 - Viewed the Jesus Film in 31 locations
885 - Attended our 1-3 days workshops-training in 15 locations.
22 - Level 2 Bible Institute students, 1-week class in Ivory Coast
4 - Broadcasting on community radio stations 
18 - Dental patients, 21 teeth pulled
12 - Completed Bible Marking
10 - Adult literacy school
48,000 - Copies printed, 119 booklets made (English)

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. We have spread across Liberia and are in the neighboring countries where we evangelize, disciple and church plant. 

“For this is what the Lord has commanded us: I have made you a light for the Gentiles, that you may bring salvation to the ends of the earth.” Acts 13:47

The command and mission of our Lord’s church is to bring the Light of Salvation, Jesus Christ, to the ends of the earth, through evangelism, discipleship, church planting. Our passion is to train and send indigenous missionary teams, to the unreached tribes of West Africa, to evangelize, disciple and start churches. We also seek after the lost in remote hard to reach towns and villages of the reached tribes. If churches exist, we will train and strengthen them. If churches do not exist, we will train leaders from within the community to start a church.  We have become an indigenous missionary training and sending hub, and a missionary training boot camp for those of other nations who feel called to become missionaries.

Wordsower Africa in Sierra Leone:

Our Sierra Leone indigenous missionary team is ministering within the Tenme-Banta tribe. This tribe is a resistant Muslim tribe that had no known evangelical Christians. When we first entered their towns and villages, we are not welcome and told to leave… but every locked door has a key. They have never seen a big screen movie, nor any movie in their own language. The opportunity for such an epic event is always allowed and is never refused, the door is opened. 


After the show there are always new converts. These converts are given a Bible study program:
Soon after they are baptized:


Then they gather for additional Bible teaching:


And form into a church that meets under the trees:


Or in old abandoned dilapidated buildings:


Last week our Sierra Leone missionary team contacted me and said that they needed a church building. The rainy season was coming and they needed a place to meet inside. They needed $650 to construct their building. I only spoke to our Lord about the need. 3 days later, I received a phone call from a man who had felt compelled by our Lord to ask about our needs. Prayer answered!!! The money has been sent!! The building has been started and will be completed before the rains hit!

Wordsower Africa in Liberia: 

Liberia, Zwedru, is our main base for Wordsower Africa. This base is the father and the feeder of the work in West Africa. From this base, we have trained and sent out indigenous missionary teams into all 6 unreached tribes of Liberia.

Wordsower Africa in Ivory Coast:  

Ivory Coast has 36 unreached tribes of over 7 million people. The team is training and sending disciples into several of these tribes.

Wordsower Africa in Guinea:  

Our team to Guinea is 100% funded for the next two years. We are now preparing the team to be sent. They have gone into Guinea on several missions spying out the land. By the first of 2022, we expect to have the team placed and in full operation.  

According to the Joshua Project (joshuproject.net) the countries of West Africa have 393 unreached tribes of 147 million people.  Our Lord has commanded His Church, us, to go, to present Him and His salvation to every tribe, every people and every nation. We continue to train, fruitful, proven disciples to be sent, to go, into these unreached tribes. 

Participate with us in praise and prayer:

  • Pray: For our indigenous missionary teams, that they will continue to fearlessly, boldly and sacrificially advance the gospel into the unreached tribes.
  • Pray: For our new indigenous missionary team to Guinea. They are going to 2 unreached, Christian-less tribes. Pray that our Lord will reveal where they shall establish their base.
  • Pray: For us we 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. Pray also that God will rescue us from wicked and evil people; for not everyone believes the message.” 2 Thessalonians 3:1-2.

Donations:

100% of all donations go to the mission. None is used for administration. Tax-deductible receipts will be sent each January.

Click here to donate online and select "PARTNERSHIP - WORDSOWER AFRICA"

Check Donations:
Please make checks payable to the “Woodside Vision Foundation” designating “Wordsower Africa” on the memo line of the check. Please include your name and address for the receipt, if the information is not already on the check. Mail to:          
Woodside Vision Foundation
6600 Rochester Road
Troy Michigan 48085

If you have questions or problems with donations or want to contact me, Kim Smith, then
email me at kimlogansmith1957@gmail.com. I’m also available on the app called Whatsapp, the contact number is +231881344417

Summary of financial report for January:

$1,240 – Employee pay for 8 employees, Zwedru base
$572– Assistance to the poor; medical, rent, school fees, funeral expenses - Zwedru base
$642 – Base expenses; food, maintenance, local transport – Zwedru base
$2,649 – Missions; sending teams into the remote villages – Zwedru base
$1,135 – Bike repairs – Zwedru base
$845 - Gas for bikes and generators – Zwedru base 
$669 – Radio broadcasting from 4 stations
$21 – Printing department – Zwedru base
$200 – Bookstore – Zwedru base
$80 - Adult Literacy – Zwedru base
$0 – Optical
$132 - Dental
$2,013 - Wordsower Bible Institute, 2-week class, Zwedru base
$1,500 – Grand Capemont County missionary team is reaching 2 unreached Muslim tribes 
$1,500 - Lofa County missionary team is reaching 2 unreached Muslim tribes
$1,500 - Gbarpolu County missionary team is reaching 2 unreached Muslim tribes
$1,800 – Sierra Leone missionary team is teaching 1 unreached Muslim tribe
$2,790 – Ivory Coast mission team going to several unreached tribes
$171 – Miscellaneous 
$200 – Bank fees
Total – $19,659

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

December 2021 End of Month Report

4 - Countries: Ivory Coast, Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia

6 - Bases - 4 in Liberia (Zwedru, Grand Gedeh; Sinje, Grand Cape Mount, Voinjama, Lofa and
      Gbarpolu), 1 base in Ivory Coast, 1 base in Sierra Leone
17 - Total counties we ministered in
148 - Total communities/villages/towns/cities we ministered in
125- Total mission trips 
79 - Persons were baptized
6,439 - Viewed the Jesus Film in 14 locations, shown 32 times
608 - Attended our 1-3 days workshops-training in 15 locations.
22 - Level 2 Bible Institute students, 1-week class in Ivory Coast
4 - Broadcasting on community radio stations 
15 - Dental patients, 19 teeth pulled

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. We have spread across Liberia and are in
the neighboring countries where we evangelize, disciple and church plant. 

Report from Sierra Leone:

Our Sierra Leone team is working in the Teneme-Banta tribe. It is known as a resistant Muslim tribe. This tribe had no known Christians. We have been working in this tribe for a few months. Over 100 have been baptized, and have a fellowship of believers worshipping together. The short video below is of one of their worship services.


Our team has also formed a team of leaders from within the tribe.

New disciples are individually trained.

Disciples are also trained in small groups.

Report from our Lofa indigenous missionary team:

The Loma and Mandingo tribes are unreached Muslim tribes. The picture below is of a church we are helping. We are assisting in their building construction, training their leaders, evangelizing in the community and raising up disciples from among the Loma and Mandingo.

We have 6 indigenous missionary teams reaching 12 unreached tribes. Several of these tribes have had no known Christians, and are 1,000’s of years old.  Yet, when we show up, we find hundreds already prepared by our Lord for salvation. It is not our great abilities of rhetoric that has brought their salvation, but by us just showing up in fearless, bold, obedience. It breaks my heart, tears flow!!! Where has our Lord’s Church been for all these 1,000’s of years? The harvest is truly plentiful. As an indigenous missionary training and sending hub, we are aware that there are 393 unreached tribes, 147 million lost souls, in West Africa. We, as our Lord’s Church, easily have the ability to reach everyone of these tribes if we would just show up in fearless, bold, obedience. 

You are invited to participate with us, in the challenge, to reach the unreached tribes of West Africa. 1 Corinthians 10:16 says, “Is not the cup of thanksgiving for which we give thanks a participation in the blood of Christ? And is not the bread that we break a participation in the body of Christ?” This Communion verse is saying that we are to be participants in the mission, and sacrificial passion of Christ to reach the lost. As we take Communion let us make an oath to our Lord to be participants. As I drink from the cup, I make a solemn oath, “Lord, as you suffered, bled and died for the lost, I too will participate. I will suffer, bleed and die for the lost”. As I eat of the bread, I make another oath, “Lord, as you suffered, bled and died for Your Church, I too will participate. I will suffer, bleed and die for your Church.” Luke 9:23-24 says, “Then he said to them all: “If anyone would come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me. For whoever wants to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for me will save it.” 

Participate with us in praise and prayer:

  • Pray: For our indigenous missionary teams, that they will continue to fearlessly, boldly and sacrificially advance the gospel into the unreached tribes.
  • Pray: For our new indigenous missionary team to Guinea. They are going to 2 unreached, Christian-less tribes. Pray that our Lord will reveal where they shall establish their base.
  • Pray: For us we 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. Pray also that God will rescue us from wicked and evil people; for not everyone believes the message.” 2 Thessalonians 3:1-2.

Donations:

100% of all donations go to the mission. None is used for administration. Tax-deductible receipts will be sent each January.

Click here to donate online and select "PARTNERSHIP - WORDSOWER AFRICA"

Check Donations:
Please make checks payable to the “Woodside Vision Foundation” designating “Wordsower Africa” on the memo line of the check. Please include your name and address for the receipt, if the information is not already on the check. Mail to:          
Woodside Vision Foundation
6600 Rochester Road
Troy Michigan 48085

If you have questions or problems with donations or want to contact me, Kim Smith, then
email me at kimlogansmith1957@gmail.com. I’m also available on the app called Whatsapp, the contact number is +231881344417

Summary of financial report for December:

$1,240 – Employee pay – Zwedru base
$790 – Assistance to the poor; medical, rent, school fees, funeral expenses - Zwedru base
$792 – Base expenses; food, maintenance, local transport – Zwedru base
$3,160 – Missions; sending teams into the remote villages – Zwedru base
$623 – Bike repairs – Zwedru base
$811 - Gas for bikes and generators – Zwedru base 
$669 – Radio broadcasting from 4 stations
$400 – Printing department – Zwedru base
$375 – Bookstore – Zwedru base
$80 - Adult Literacy – Zwedru base
$49 - Optical
$80 – Guest house construction – Zwedru base
$1,500 – Grand Capemont County missionary team is reaching 2 unreached Muslim tribes 
$1,500 - Lofa County missionary team is reaching 2 unreached Muslim tribes
$1,500 - Gbarpolu County missionary team is reaching 2 unreached Muslim tribes
$2,150 – Ivory Coast mission team going to several unreached tribes
$5,750 – Vacation pay for 30 employees for 2020 and 2021
$600 – Rent for student housing in Zwedru base
$200 – Bank fees
Total – $22,269