My new ministry
It is nice to be home. I want to thank everyone who was tirelessly praying for me while I spent the last year over in Ghana. I know my time would not have been as fruitful as it was without your support. Since my arrival back home many people have been asking me, what’s next.
Well there is great news! I will be working with Reaching People far from God, and leading the Internship Program. The goal of this program is to address a need in training and enable future spiritual leaders engaged with our partner ministries. Our current internship focus is with a radio station in Liberia, West Africa, VOX Radio
The goal of VOX Radio is to be a platform to reach the youth in Liberia. During my time in West Africa, I had the opportunity to meet with the founder of VOX Radio, Joseph Kebbie. Joseph has a vision and a love for God that will change lives. Therefore, RPFFG feels it is necessary to continue the Internship Fund so that we are able to provide VOX Radio with an avenue to create future spiritual leaders.
The world needs God’s Love. And my hope is that you will continue to support our Internship Program that will spread His love throughout Liberia. Soon we will announce the first VOX Radio Intern, so keep praying and continue your support.
With just about one month left in Ghana, I’ve begun preparing for my return to the United States of America. I am eager to get home to family and friends. I am excited to share all my experiences and the relationships I have made. And hot showers, air conditioning, and In and Out burgers sound pretty cool.
Thank you to everyone who was praying for the Praise and Worship Night, it was awesome. We had a big turnout and a lot of youth showed up. It was an outdoor event filled with singing, dancing, and hearts opened to the Lord. Worshiping under the African night sky, singing alongside the gospel choir was very cool.
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Christmas is almost here! I am glad to hear that the Living Christmas Tree went well at LifePoint Church in Banning, CA where I attend. I’ll be honest it has been a little weird not seeing the Living Christmas Tree performance this year. I don’t know exactly when the Living Christmas Tree was started, but I don’t remember ever not going to it. (Your dad is Pastor Jordan, of course you go~editor)