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    Sharing the Gospel through Social Media

    June 15, 2021 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    Daniel, our missionary to the Jula people group, along with one of his missionary friends, started a non-denominational movement. Their plan is to evangelize the Upper West Region of Ghana and win more souls for Christ Jesus. The first evangelistic campaign for this movement was held on May 21, 2021. The Lord blessed this maiden … Read more

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    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

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    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

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    Mourning a Dear Friend

    February 17, 2021 | Carlos Calderon, VP of International Ministries

    I am saddened to have to tell you that our dear friend and colleague, Rene Mbongo, tragically succumbed to COVID complications on Thursday, February 11. He served as our West Africa Area Director for close to 20 years. I talked with him just 24 hours prior, chatting about the future. Over my years in ministry, … Read more

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    Medical Outreach Opens Doors

    December 31, 2020 | Ba-Lyaka

    Since 2016, our International Partner, Ba-Iyaka, has been ministering to the Fulani people group by the border of a neighboring West African country. The ministry is doing this work through the giftings and passion of Pastor Koro and his wife. Both of them are part of the medical field.   Islam is the main religion … Read more

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    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

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    Growing Crops and Grace

    November 4, 2020 | PRODEV, Senegal

    Our market gardening project in a local Senegalese village launched a new campaign two months ago. It aims at bringing Christian witness to the community and its surroundings. The majority of the population here is composed of farmers, breeders, and traders, which positions the project well. The majority religion is Islam. The project especially aims … Read more

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    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

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    Meager Beginnings

    September 21, 2020 | Ba-Lyaka

    My name is Pastor Jahi* and I live in Nakikarfi. I have been a servant of God for several years. I have attended several trainings through seminars, but I have been through two training courses that opened my eyes so that I could work more effectively. The training given in June 2018 gave me new … Read more

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    A Balm in Weakness

    August 28, 2020 | Ba-Lyaka

    In Niger, the pandemic has affected large numbers of people, especially the elderly, widows, orphans, and pastors. It is in this context that Ba-Iyaka is committed to help alleviate the sufferings of some of the most vulnerable people by distributing basic goods such as cereals and soap. Here are testimonies from 3 beneficiaries: Reverend Amir* … Read more