The following are the combined staff reports from the various GCM staff. They cover October and/or November.
Thanksgiving and Prayer Requests
I thank God for several provisions made for my family and me.
Thank God also for blessing and sustaining my ministry. During our joint and fundraising service in one of the sister churches, I ordained one elder and four deaconesses.
The church is grateful to God for the precious life members are enjoying.
The church is embarking on aggressive one-on-one evangelism.
Praying for good health for my family, siblings, and myself.
Praying and witnessing to the lost souls in my community and beyond to come to Christ Jesus.
The women fellowship of the church is planning for a fundraising service to support the church.
The church is also organizing peaceful prayers for the nation before, during, and after the election on December 7.
Good Shepherd Christian Church
There was no baptism, but intentional evangelism ongoing steadily for new converts.
The church building project is in progress. We have finished the final deck work and temporal reroofing.
Pray for a successful wedding ceremony at the church premises on November 14.
Still we need collective prayers for the dangerous COVID-19.
Peaceful election campaign, voting, and continuous peace after the 2020 general elections.
Good health and financial breakthrough for the entire Pistis family and the universal church.
I give God all glory for how far He has brought us. We thank God for watching over His Church in the Ntrubo Area and beyond. I give God the glory for how much He took care of us in times like this. As part of our yearly activities, by the grace of God I organized a leadership retreat and prayers for all leaders in the area. The theme was “The Role of Elders, Deacons, and Deaconesses in the Church.” The purpose of the retreat was to empower and encourage the leadership to support the development of the church physically and spiritually.
Thanks be to God for taking good care of us till this time. My family and I are doing well by the grace of God.
Church services are now normal, compared to some months ago. And Bombari church will be having their fundraising on November 22 toward the plastering of the church building. We need your prayer support.
Lastly, Charles Kwame gave his life to Christ at Bombari. Pray for the new convert, that God should sustain him, and that he will remain in Christ forever.
David Addy Akpesey
Two Things to Thank God for in the Family
Thank God for the safe travels our son Hopeson, who travels from Adenta Accra to Papaase every Sunday to attend church services.
Thank God for protecting my nephew, Patrick Akpesey, and his family in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Two Things to Pray for in the Family
Pray for our corn milling business to raise income as expected.
Pray for good health for all members of the Akpesey Family at this time of COVID-19 and financial challenges.
Two Things to Thank God for in the Ministry
Thank God for a remarkably successful marriage between our Elder Francis Adedze and his wife, Elizabeth Ashie Opey.
Thank God for the various groups in the church and their activities.
Two Things to Pray for in the Ministry
Pray for the rest of our programs and activities for the church up to the end of the year 2020.
Pray for our school, Christian Transformation Basic School. Pray for the school to get back on track when all schools reopen in January 2021.
It has been so good by the grace of God. The churches and my family have to say “thank you God” and good morning to you all. No accident, death, nor sickness is recorded. Hallelujah!
We have had our first joint service and it encouraged me to do more. And we have baptized four ladies and one young man to the glory of God! Praise the Lord! We use the thermometer gun wisely and profitably to the checking of temperatures before allowing members into the church, aside hand washing and sanitizing.
Please, may we continue to pray for Banda and it branches to grow in the truth of faith and grow in number like flocks in His pastureland.
Nevertheless, I would want to seize this opportunity to thank God for everything, people in Ghana and abroad, helping me to have come this far. May the Lord heal and provide all their needs in Jesus’ name.
I thank God Almighty for my family and the church for protecting us from all evil. May His name be praised!
We are still worshipping in my living room every Sunday, and this affects our attendance, as many are not comfortable worshipping there.
We have tried to raise about $400 as partial payment of the land we identified. Please pray and support us as we raise the remaining funds to pay for the land and start a building. In the meantime, we will start with a pavilion. I am pleading and praying to God Almighty for anyone reading this to help save the new church from collapsing.
We are preparing the land looking forward for funds by faith. See pictures of the land.
We are gracious to God Almighty for helping us through this difficult time of the year 2020. In fact, it is a trying moment in our Christian journey and may the Lord help us through.
God has been gracious to me and my family. He has protected and provided our needs. We are living peacefully.
There was no serious problem in the church beyond control. Thank God for this goodness.
Three people surrendered their lives to Christ and have been baptized. Praise God for their salvation.
The pastors in the municipal met the elders, deacons, and deaconesses to teach them their roles as leaders.
Pray for the church members to be steadfast in their faith.
Pray that God should protect us so that we can continue to do the good work He called us to.
We are grateful to our Lord Jesus Christ for His grace upon us. We also thank FAME staff and management for their prayer support. By God’s grace the church members and my family are all doing well.
By God’s grace we had about 3,000 Ghana cedis ($500). We bought a keyboard and will use the remaining for some renovation works on the church building.
We have low church attendance at Kanjido and Dalando.
We need your prayer support for the churches.
Prayers for a lady called Afia. She came to church last month sick and unable to walk.
Thanks, May God richly bless you in Jesus’ mighty name.
We thank God for the month of October, particularly for the expansion work done on the mission house and that of the nurses’ quarters to house more staffs. We also thank God that our toilet was fixed for us. No baptisms were recorded.
Please bear our family in prayer for the loss of our sister. Continue to pray for the growth of the ministry. Pray and also support the brethren who had their entire farms washed away by the August and September heavy rainfall.
Greetings in the name of Jesus from North East, Ghana. We are particularly happy to share with you our joys in the service of the Lord but also our prayers.
Our churches have registered here 3 newborn babies. Three former members have returned to the fold. Brothers Clestus and Nicholas have joined us for a year of national service. The community of Sohou, which was cut off from other communities because of the rains, is now accessible.
We had lost 2 members who joined the Lord.
We ask for prayers for our country Ghana, which is going to elections December 7. Prayers for missionaries in the world suffering from COVID-19. Prayers also for Brother Cephas, who is getting married next month.