Jonathan Sapeh and his family have been on the mission field working with FAME Ghana since 1992, and he has served as a cross-cultural evangelist at Kumdi, among the Nchumburung and Konkomba people in the Northern region of Ghana. He faces major challenges of a high illiteracy rate and idol worshipping among the people in his area.
The following is Jonathan's latest report from the mission field. Please join us in thanking God and asking for his continued work:
Help us thank God
For the 12 souls that received baptism this month.
For the new motorbike given to me.
For my family, the churches, and my extended family. Even though many fell sick, no deaths were recorded.
For one of my spiritual son’s (Joel) admission into Bible school at Tamale.
We held a Kumdi District Leaders meeting to set a date for 2019 Kumdi District Christmas Convention, which will be held in Kumdi on December 19-22. Theme: Campaign For Jesus. We also discussed other things for the growth of the churches.
Six persons baptized at Kumdi, Tadando: 5.
For my wife, Helen, and my sister Josephine for speedy recovery.
A pickup truck to make my supervision and visitation work easier.
For the newly baptized souls.
For Joel at the Bible school.