Chris Newsletter: February-March
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“But He was pierced for our rebellion,crushed for our sins. He was whipped so we could be healed.” Isaiah 53:5
Then the angel spoke to the women. “Don’t be afraid?” he said. “ I know you are looking for Jesus who was crucified. He isn’t here! He is Risen from the dead, just as he said would happen. Come, see where His body was lying. Matthew 28: 5-6.
Thanks and Appreciation
Easter time is great celebration in Ghana. On Good Friday, many people can be seen in black or red clothing before it is the day of mourning since Christ is crucified. On Sunday, many can be seen in white because Christ is Risen. It is heartwarming to be such a religious country where the foundation of Christianity with the memory of the death and resurrection is enhancely celebrated. To God be the Glory.
The Church of Pentecost Apostolization Program
I was priviledge to be selected amongst the Church apostles by the chairman/president of our church for this important annual program of training church pastors and their wives and other officers (including elders, deacons and deaconesses). I was sent to the Kete-Krachi area where 18 pastors and their wives and over 3, 000 church officers were trained on the general theme of the year “ Remain in Christ and His Basic Message” 1 John 2:24-25. The Kete-Krachi area has over 220 local churches with over 44,000 membership. I believe the huge impact made on these leaders will hugely impact the church membership.
Samaritan Strategy Liberia Mentoring Program
The fourth level of the strategic team building for Liberia, took place early March. 20 out of the 25 leaders participated since the school leaders were at school. The excitement, zeal and passion to see transformation happen to the broken nation is exciting. One of the young leaders, who is pastor, visited a community and saw the people’s source of water. He was so touched that he worked very hard, talking and contacting people for help. At the end of it all he was able to get a borehole for the community. Being young, energetic and compassionate with the love of God, he worked to see transformation by changing the drinking water of a whole community. Transformation is indeed possible as we take our destiny into our hand and work towards it as we pray. Praise the Lord.
Pastor William Tetteh tasted the first drop of water
Praise and Prayers
Praise God for the just completed Assemblies of God pastors wives training program where over 3,000 pastors wives were trained in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.
Please, keep praying for our West African team members; especially Esther Amos of Nigeria who recently lost her mother, Jean Baptiste of Guinea, Apostle Happy of Togo, Rev. Emmanuel Dao of Mali, Rev. Balima of Burkina Faso, Pastor Abu Bakarr of Sierra Leone, Joyce & Moses Cooper of Liberia, Rev. Ouattara of the Ivory Coast and Rene Mbongo of Senegal. Please do pray for Bishop Wiredu, Apostle Antwi and Asante, Stella, Patience, Theophilus and other volunteers of our Ghana team.
Thank God for the Ampadu family. Thank God for Jennifer who got admission into the Boston Unversity School of Law. Nana Chris Jnr got a job and moved out doing quite well. Eugene is having his national service while Edwin and Edwina are doing quite well at school and Ebenezar also in his last semester in college. Thanks for all your prayers.
Kindly pray for my program with the Kwadaso area of the Church of Pentecost and my teaching at Pentecost University College and Pentecost Theological College.
We appreciate your continuous prayers and financial support as we partner in expanding His Kingdom on earth and especially across Africa and West Africa in particular.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH. GOD BLESS YOU RICHLY!!!!
Thank you for continuous support for our work in West Africa and Ghana in particular. Please, you may make cheques payable to Harvest and send to PO Box 2670, Phoenix, AZ 85002. Kindly include a note with the cheque designating the funds to Chris & Adjoa Ampadu. All contributions are tax deductible.
In Ghana: to Samaritan Strategy, ECOBANK-LEGON BRANCH. Account number: 0160014409985201
Thank you for your participation! Chris & Adjoa Ampadu