• GHCO August 2017 Update Changing a Fulani Village for Christ

    Reaching a Fulani Village for Christ

    August 20, 2017 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    Life took a new turn for hundreds of Fulani people in 2010 when their chief, Anabi Issa*, decided that they should relocate from their camp in Niger and search for a new location. Saydu and Amadu, the two sons of the chief, were only age 10 and 11 at the time, but now they are … Read more

  • The idols in flames

    Idols in Flames

    July 24, 2017 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

      For a village of 500 people, who mostly have not heard the Gospel and have no church, to be given access to the knowledge of what Christ did for them is indeed a blessing beyond words! The village of B* is known for one thing: idolatry. The people worship stones, wood and other inanimate … Read more

  • GHCO May 2017 Update Saluting missionary moms

    Saluting missionary moms

    May 23, 2017 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

      With motherhood having just been celebrated around the world on May 14th, 2017 we would like to turn the spotlight on missionary moms in this month’s report. These gallant women soldiers of the Cross continue to walk on the thorny, but worthwhile missionary path in the least reached places. What follows is the story … Read more

  • GHCO March 2017 Update new fellowship with the Jula

    Jula Outreach

    April 28, 2017 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    Easter Greetings!  Thank God for life and the privilege to start the second quarter of 2017. Ezechiel*, our missionary to the Jula people group continues to do house to house evangelism and also run the K D Weekly Broadcast to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with the Muslim community and its environs. Through the … Read more

  • GHCO March 2017 Update new fellowship with the Jula

    Willing to suffer to reach the Jula

    March 18, 2017 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

      We are thankful to God for your life. Thank you for taking the time to read our reports and also to pray with us! This month, I would like to share with you about the ministry of J*, the COF church planter engaged in reaching the Jula people.   According to J, he and … Read more

  • ‘Evil Child’ Myth Debunked

    December 24, 2016 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    Among the Konkomba people group, there is a bizarre but common practice of killing infants who are believed to carry evil destinies. When a child is born into a pagan home, the parents consult mediums to know whether the new-born will bring luck or evil to the family into which he or she is born. … Read more

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    Animal Husbandry Project

    October 24, 2016 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    Joseph is a COF church planter serving in the Upper East Region of Ghana. After receiving the bullocks, life has been of less worry for Joseph especially in feeding his family. He now owns a three-acre farm comprising two acres of maize and one acre of groundnut from which he harvested six bags of corn … Read more

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    Woman’s healing leads her to faith

    October 10, 2016 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    Life for most illiterate women in Ghana’s North is hard owing to the many negative stereotypes placed on women. It gets even harder for a 70 year old woman like Monifa* who was born with a chronic chest pain. This gave her not only physical discomfort but also emotional and psychological torture. She married twice and … Read more

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    Dama-Nkwanta School Update

    September 24, 2016 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    The school currently has 10 teachers and a pupil population of 232 comprising 127 females and 105 males. It is encouraging to see that more girls are getting enrolled in the school in a culture which discriminates against the female gender and forces girls into early marriages. This bodes well for the transformation of families … Read more

  • GHCO bullock and plow project 2011

    Bullocks & Ploughs

    September 16, 2016 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    Salem’s* farm was not up to even an acre before he received the timely gift of bullocks which have greatly boosted the livelihood of his family as they serve in the A* Mission Field in the A* District of the Upper East Region. Regular supply of food for his family is the number one benefit … Read more