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July Update: Amen Vocational Training Centre

Paul Tevi serves with GCM in Yzesi and Loagri in northern Ghana.

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

Amen Vocational Training Centre (AVTC) is doing well. Eighteen girls have been enrolled since May 2019. The aims of AVTC is to empower them with the necessary skills in sewing and also to teach them the words of God that will help in transforming spiritually their life.

The spiritual agenda is based on the words of God; that is why each morning we open our activities with 20 minutes of morning devotion. Moreover, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. are devoted for prayer, worship, and the words of God.

The motivation, the commitment. and the transforming life of the students that we have observed so far are very encouraging. The testimonies from some parents who couldn't have sent their daughters to a training center give us the hope to take care of AVTC as a baby and let it grow for its goals and values. Currently some NGOs have developed interest to work with us. We want to say a very big thanks to Ghana Christian Mission, the Executive Director Pastor Enoch Nyador and the monitoring team. We are also grateful to our donors who sponsored AVTC.

The seed planted in the community of Yzesi will germinate and grow for the glory of the Lord.

"I solemnly urge you in the presence of God and Christ Jesus, who will someday judge the living and the dead when he comes to set up his kingdom: preach the word of God. Be prepared, whether the time is favorable or not. Patiently correct, rebuke, and encourage your people with good teaching."

2 Timothy 4:1-2

We praise His name for the new testimonies in the churches: Church activities are going on. Farming activities have resumed. One new baby born. Nine of our students have written their Basic Level Certificate Examination. Nathanael saved in a tragic accident in Kumasi. Hamza has also completed his degree in finances and banking, and he is waiting to be posted for his national service. In total one new convert and two who backslid for so long are back. We are ready to embark in a two-week evangelism campaign at the end of July in our communities. We are also preparing to start next month the TEE (Theological Education by Extension) classes.

Prayers needs: Remember always those who are in the fields farming far from the comfort of their homes. Let's also pray for both rural and urban churches who are under the red zones of terrorists. Especially those near the borders of Ghana and Burkina Faso. Let's also pray for our upcoming meetings in Nkwanta and Accra to be a success in term of attendance and success. We appreciate all materials, spirituals, and financials aids to support the missions.


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