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Baptism Follow-ups and the Story of Abigail

Kingsley Nyindam is the GCM evangelist at Tatindo in the Zabuzu-Tatale district in the Northern region of Ghana. He evangelizes among the Basari people group, who are 70% Muslim, 15% idol worshipping, and 15% Christian.

The following is Kingsley's report from the mission field in September/October. Please join us in thanking God and asking for his continued work:

We thank God for the month of September. It was full of activities such as prayer and fasting, pastors and leaders seminar at Salaga, and soul-winning campaign. No baptisms for this month. No new church is planted, but a survey was done in a nearby village in Togo; 24 people accepted Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and savior, but they have not been baptized. We are yet to do the follow-up, and open a church there, [so] please keep us in prayer.

Kingsley and Abigail

Abigail is one of the greatest miracles of our ministry. Abigail’s parents were among our first converts at Tatindo before she was born. Soon after the birth of Abigail, [when she was] about a month old, her mother died. Survival of this little one became a very big challenge, and to add to that, there is a common belief in that community that such children do not survive, but by my intervention and the grace of God and your prayers and support, Abigail was sent to an orphanage in Tamale. She has survived and changed the belief of non-survival of such children. Her father left the church due to pressure from his brothers. Abigail has grown to be a big girl now, and she was part of the 27 people who were baptized last month. To God be the glory.


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