• african 2742668 1920

    Helping Hand Opens Doors

    May 18, 2021 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    Enoch and Esther continue to minister in a Fulfulde settlement near their village in Ghana. During one of their visits, a man from that community, Kwasi, approached them and told them his wife, Maame, was sick and asked if they could help. They assured him they would see what they could do. When they returned … Read more

  • prayer 2454429 1920

    Discipleship Training

    April 20, 2021 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    Partners International organized a second session of the integrated discipleship and micro-credit training in December via Zoom (the first was held in 2018). This training was a good opportunity for feedback, reviews, follow up, and reinforcement. Local discipleship group leaders and the field director for Christian Outreach Fellowship (COF) took part in the training. This … Read more

  • WA GHCO OCT 2020 blog2

    Rebuilding After the Flood

    November 25, 2020 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    Greetings to you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. We express our profound gratitude for your support and prayers for Christian Outreach Fellowship missionaries and other residents who suffered from severe flooding in the Upper East and Northeast regions of Ghana. By the grace of God, your contributions helped to revert the situation … Read more

  • WA GHCO sept2020 blog4

    Recent Flooding Takes Lives and Property

    September 22, 2020 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    Recently, floods in the Upper East and North East regions of Ghana have halted all forms of movements and transactions within those zones. Torrential rains coupled with spillage of the Bagre dam in Burkina Faso have caused floods that resulted in major damage to a portion of the road in the Upper East Region, totally … Read more

  • covid-19

    Small Businesses for Women in the Midst of COVID-19

    June 11, 2020 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    The COVID-19 pandemic has caused some negative effects on the socio-economic life of all nations including our nation Ghana. From the initial two cases recorded in early March, the figure has soared to 28,989 cases and 153 deaths recorded. Two of our major cities were under partial lockdown for three weeks, which slowed down economic … Read more

  • GCHO MAR APRIL 2020 update unsplash

    Caring for a Nomadic People

    March 6, 2020 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    These people are mainly nomadic and semi-sedentary farmers whose occupation is herding cattle.

  • GHCO Update

    His Sufferings For Christ Led His Wife to Believe

    February 8, 2020 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    Danso is a 32-year-old man residing in Northern Ghana. Danso comes from the Dagomba people group, whose population is about million and predominantly Muslim. Danso accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior about three years ago through the ministry of our Church Planter in the area Danso was living in at the … Read more

  • Orphan Teen Finds a Loving Home

    January 29, 2020 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    Inca*, the Christian Outreach Fellowship missionary ministering to the F* people group, became severely ill middle of last year. He was attacked by Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis. Thank God he recovered and was discharged from the hospital. Although it was a near-death experience, we thank God for saving his life.   Meanwhile, Inca continues to persist in … Read more

  • GHCO Aug Oct 2019 update Breakthrough in Ghana

    Breakthrough in Ghana

    November 13, 2019 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    We are happy to report that three ministry workers (I’ll refer to them as J, G, and H) to the Fulani people have started a fellowship made up of four Fulanis, plus the church planters and their families. The fellowship meets regularly to pray for the salvation of other Fulanis and to encourage one another … Read more

  • GHCO June 2019

    A Father to the Fatherless

    July 2, 2019 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

      Fadi*, a Christian Outreach Fellowship Missionary was severely ill with an infection called Cerebrospinal Meningitis. He was hospitalized a few days before Easter. It was a near-death experience, but we thank God for saving his life because Fadi was discharged on April 22nd. He is now fully recovered by the grace of God and … Read more