Monday, November 21, 2022

October 2022 End of Month Report

In October we did:
4 - Countries that have Wordsower Africa bases: Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia
7 - Bases - 4 in Liberia (Grand Gedeh County, Grand Capemont County, Lofa County and Gbarpolu County), 1 base in Ivory Coast, 1 base in Sierra Leone, and 1 base in Guinea
22 - Total counties we ministered in
299 - Total communities/villages/towns/cities we ministered in
22 - Churches we visited and worked with
1 - Church started
250 - Total mission trips
137 - Persons were baptized
514 – Made a confession of faith in Christ
65 - WBI attended the level 3 class held in Yandohun, Lofa County, Liberia 
76 - WBI attended the level 4 class held in Bopolu, Gbarpolu County, Liberia
41 - WBI attended the level 4 class held in Konia, Lofa County, Liberia
38 - WBI attended the level 4 class held in Blolequin, Ivory Coast
7,079 - Viewed the Jesus Film, 52 locations and 66 times shown
4 - Community Radio stations we are broadcasting on
10 - Adult literacy school in Zwedru
19 - Dental patients, 26 teeth pulled.
39,000 - Press report, Copies printed, 431 booklets made (English)

Our on-site leaders and the donations of churches and individuals from abroad are bringing in a great harvest. We need the unity of us all, His Church, to accomplish our Lord’s command to reach the world. Thank you for your active love and faith. Thank you for sacrificing with us. 

An Interview with Thompson Morris

“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.” 2 Tim 2:2. We are commanded to make disciples of all nations. The method chosen to do this is for disciples to make disciples. If each disciple will, obediently, make disciples, and then those disciples will make other disciples, who will then make other disciples, then we will reach every nation. It will be like an out of control virus pandemic. The interview, below, is of Thompson Morris. He is one of many examples we have here. One of our disciples found him working on a road crew. He barely ever attended church. After being discipled by us, he then discipled his family. Next, he discipled his local community by starting a church. After that, he started another church in a churchless community. Now he is discipling Grand Kru County, with disciples he has trained. His vision is to go to the unreached tribes, outside of Liberia, to make disciples. Thompson is taking the mandate of Christ seriously, “You will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” Acts 1:8. This 8-minute video is a beautiful example of 2 Timothy 2:2 and Acts 1:8 implemented. 

Just Another Thursday

“Join with me in suffering, like a good soldier of Christ Jesus. No one serving as a soldier gets entangled in civilian affairs, but rather tries to please his commanding officer… Remember Jesus Christ, raised from the dead, descended from David. This is my gospel, for which I am suffering… Therefore I endure everything for the sake of the elect, that they too may obtain the salvation that is in Christ Jesus,” 2 Tim 2:3-10

Testimonies from our bases

The testimonies below come from our indigenous missionary bases. These bases are strategically located in the midst of resistant, unreached tribes. In the regions of our bases are towns and villages that have never had churches. Within these Satanic strongholds, we are seeing salvations. We then baptize, disciple, and start churches. These are only a few of many testimonies we receive every month.

From our indigenous missionary team in Sierra Leone:

A few months ago we built the new Christian fellowship in Makondeh village a church building. Never had there been a church in this village before. They are of the Temne-Banta tribe. This tribe is an unreached Muslim tribe that was supposed to have no Christians before we arrived. The village now has a healthy growing church. Another ministry arrived and set up a mobile free clinic. Amos, our Sierra Leone country director wrote, “We are now at the Makonde village church. A ministry called African Christian Fellowship came to do free medical services. More than a thousand people people have come to the church we built.”

After African Christian Fellowship free clinic left, the chief of the village went to Amos. Amos writes about his meeting with him, “Mr Saidu Kabia, age 75, is the chief of the Makondeh village. This village was a churchless community, we built a church opposite the mosque, yesterday in an interview with the chief he confessed that all of his five children and his wife should be attending church services and take Christianity very serious. Because since the arrival of Christianity in the village, development has begun to enter the village. His family should worship Jesus Christ and stop going to the mosque.” Our Lord’s one-two punch! 

"What, after all, is Apollos? And what is Paul? Only servants, through whom you came to believe—as the Lord has assigned to each his task. I planted the seed, Apollos watered it, but God has been making it grow. So neither the one who plants nor the one who waters is anything, but only God, who makes things grow. The one who plants and the one who waters have one purpose, and they will each be rewarded according to their own labor. For we are co-workers in God’s service; you are God’s field, God’s building.” 1 Corinthians 3:5-9.

“Waoo!!!!! What a great miraculous testimony from the churchless village of Makorie. We baptized 11 people this morning in a small creek. The Lord brought a blind, old, Muslim, Temne-Banta, woman to the creek. She asked us to baptize her. After we baptized her, she was rejoicing and singing songs in her native language (Temne). I asked her why the singing? She replied that Jesus is the best and only person who can forgive her sins… Be in prayer with her as she was touched by the Spirit to confess Jesus Christ as Lord and savior in her old age. Everybody everywhere needs to hear the Gospel.”

“God is good all of the time, especially today! We showed the Jesus film, in Temne dialect, at the Makoloh village with the attendance of nearly 300 people. Out of the said numbers, 3 people put their faith in the Lord and were baptized. We are moving, the gospel is advancing… A few days later… They are now requesting for a place of worship. We will meet with them this morning to see how best we can plant a church, do regular visitation, and training.” 

“Thank you, Jesus, for the 17 souls that got baptized this morning in Patefu Manokoh village. The unreached people are day by day coming to Jesus Christ with passion. Pray that our Lord will increase the passion of us all. Everybody everywhere needs to hear the Gospel. We must go!”

“We are to complete the mission of Jesus Christ, the sole authority of our lives. Make the mission more important than your life and always be willing to perform a task far greater than you. Dream about going. Talk about going. Live by going. We are one, united and glorious family, in the Lord.”

From our indigenous missionary team in Ivory Coast:

“A new group of disciples has started an independent church and are growing. Nine of them came for our level 4 class… Another Group of disciples have formed a church, which Emmanuel Tooua works with… We baptized 12 persons on the 30th of October… A Muslim leader, of 14 years, converted to Christ Jesus. He is now a Wordsower trainee. He taught, in our level 4 class, on, “How to reach Muslims”. He's a potential missionary to the Muslims.”

From our indigenous missionary team in Lofa County, Liberia:

“Our mission to the unreached regions, 2 days ago, was very good. The town called Mavinkonnedu has had no church since the town was built. We did teaching, and they understood. Some of the Muslims want a church to be in their town. A man named Mr. Mulbah, a Muslim, said that he will surely be part of the church that will be established in their town. He was bold to tell his people to be part of the Christians. Another man name Thomas Kollie, a Christian, told us that he will also encourage more people to attend the church. After our discussion, Mr. Mulbah went to the town chief and told him everything. The chief agreed and gave us permission to start a church in his town... We have scheduled a mission to carry the Jesus film to show to them.”

“Our mission still continued. We reached a town called Krukan, a traditional Muslim town. We introduced ourselves, the Wordsower mission, and taught them the lesson, “God created you.” They accepted the teaching. We asked them if there is a church in their town.  They said NO!! We asked them why. A Muslim baby mother, by the name of Fatu, said to us that, the traditional people won't allow a church to be here. Since the town was built, there has been no church. She said, we don't have even one Christian person here. We told them that we will continue to be with them.”

“A pastor from Selega town, came to us. He said to us that they want Wordsower to conduct a one-day training and show the Jesus film. They said, they don't have a church building but have made 3,000 mud bricks. They need Wordsower to help them with their church building. We agreed to help.”

“We went to Kollie town and showed the Jesus film. People came from Guinea, across the border, to watch the show. They are the only town that has a church in this unreached region. The pastor said that he needs Wordsower’s help to better reestablish the church. We agreed to help. We thank God for allowing us to go on mission. We have more to do for Christ.”

Participate with us in praise and prayer:

  • Praise: We continue to advance into the strongholds of Satan without serious persecution.
  • Pray: For increased donations so that we may continue to advance into unreached tribes.
  • Pray: For our indigenous missionary teams, that they will continue to fearlessly, boldly and sacrificially advance the gospel.
  • Pray: As we prepare to create and send another indigenous missionary team to the Muslim unreached tribes of Sierra Leone.
  • 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.


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