Hi Everyone. This is our West African update and some wonderful news is, that the new Liberian Big Gospel Chariot is now ready to roll and will be traveling into 6 West African countries, namely Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Senegal, Gambia, and Guinea Bissau. God is working in West Africa and we need to thank you all. The Big Nigerian Gospel Chariot as well as the Big Ghanaian Gospel Chariot and also the two mini chariots in Togo and Benin, are reaching many, many souls for Jesus. Read below.
Lord Willing, we want to upgrade the mini chariot in Benin into a big chariot that will then travel into even more French speaking African countries and that being, Benin, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast and some of Mali. WOW, that will mean we will soon be going into 15 West African countries. PLEASE PRAY WITH US. GOD IS GREAT.
Below shows the New Liberian Gospel Chariot that has just been built and ready to start reaching out into 6 West African countries, namely Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Senegal, Gambia, and Guinea Bassau. Wow, God is good and working in West Africa.
Brother Biodun Owolabi reported a number of happenings from Nigeria:
The Nigeria Gospel Chariot has been traversing the nooks and crannies of Akwa Ibom State, South-south of Nigeria throughout the month of June.
Up to this point, nine local government areas have been covered, twelve souls baptized, two congregations planted about a thousand enrolled for the World Bible School.
More from Biodun Owolabi:
For most of the month of March, Nigeria Gospel Chariot embarked on campaign across several communities in Ogun West zone of Ogun State. The chariot was hosted by 21 congregations of churches of Christ, thousands of souls were reached with the saving gospel of Christ, three souls were baptized, about 1000 enrolled for WBS.
The chariot returned to base at the end of March for servicing, renewal of vehicle papers and a short Sabbath for the crew.
On April 14, it left for Akwa Ibom State, South of Nigeria. So far, nine souls have been baptized. The chariot has been hosted by eight congregations of the Lord’s church and many more waiting.
Idongesit Stephen reported the following from Nigeria:
These are the souls added to church by Christ in Obot Akara, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria during the three days Mega Evangelism with the Nigeria Gospel Chariot. The Church of Christ is marching on.
Evans Larty from Ghana reported the following.
The Ghana Gospel Chariot hosted two Americans in the persons of Bob Bauer and Brian Kyoun. The Chariot team, twenty Ghanaian Preachers and the Americans worked in the Ga – Adamgbe district towns of Sege, Big Ada, and Sogakope. This district is about two-hour drive east of Accra. Though there were slight rainfall during the mission period, the result was great. A new congregation was established at Big-Ada, nine souls were added to the church and 1124 students were enrolled to start WBS courses.
Evans Larty reported more from Ghana:
The Ghana Chariot team after ending their work in the Upper West region proceeded to the Eastern region. They stationed in the Kwahu district to work with eight towns namely, Pepease, Bepong, Hweehwee, Obo, Aduamoah, Tweneduase, Kotoso and Nkwatia. The team with Preachers in the district evangelized fisher folks, market women on market days, people working in cassava processing factories and preached in four Senior High Schools.
Two new congregations were established at Tweneduase and Kotoso. Some traditional chiefs among whom is a Christian brother attended the Sunday worship at the newly established congregations. Elder Douglas Boateng, a native of the district, spearheaded the effort to establish these two congregations.
Willie Gley reported that the mini chariot is doing fantastic in Togo West Africa where the chariot team and students are continuing to reach communities with their dawn preaching and connecting to the communities.
Below shows the outreaching taking place in French speaking Benin. Just like Togo these are mini chariots. Its this old USA school bus that we hope to upgrade to a Big Gospel Chariot that will go into Benin, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast and some of Mali.