1 Year On

This time last year we were planning our trip to Accra Ghana, and the surrounding areas. We decided to go to Ashanti region, northern region, eastern region, central region, and western region. We traveled many days, and if you know anything about Ghanaian roads, you know this is slow and arduous travel.

Each village we reached had a collection of people eager to hear God’s word, we even stopped off in truck stops and had gatherings of people eager to hear a message from one of the pastors we were traveling with. I can’t single out just one place that was the most impacting because every place we went was of great importance.

Ghana is a beautiful country, and throughout our whole visit we were inspired by everything we saw. Since we left a part of us is still in Ghana, and we are looking forward to coming back.

We have been working with CONDA since it’s inception in October 2019, and they are making brilliant strides to unify the different NGO’s that work with vulnerable people in the country. We are also partnering with Jesus Rescue Team in Accra Ghana, and their work with the prostitutes and the men in the ghettos is vital work.

After lock down and we’re allowed to travel back, we will visit these specific organisations to see what they’ve been doing and to also see how we can support them more. We financially help out CONDA and Jesus Rescue Team, we are also looking into helping Mama Happy and MAHLEF in Bankumen Tema. MAHLEF helps the teens who have found themselves pregnant and in a serious situation, where they can’t feed or educate their children. This is vital work in Ghana to help educate the children of the area to become a better version of themselves. Just recently they fed hundreds of children, teen moms, and the needy. They are a constant outreach in the Tema area.

We did an interview with Mama Happy, and when we’re allowed back into church we wish to show this video. I will post the interview here, so you can hear what a great work she’s doing.

My interview with Mama Happy whilst touring MAHLEF

Now that you’ve seen and observed the great works going on in Ghana, you can understand why we want to go back there. We have established a few Elijah Projects in Ghana, but we need to do more. If you want to help the ministry and get us into more places around the world, please feel free to contact Dawn & Jim, dawn@recovered4life.org and jim@recovered4life.org. Every salvation we had whilst on this trip was like liquid gold to us, and we look forward to having the same if not greater impact of salvations.

We reached thousands on the first visit, now we’re looking to expand that to tens of thousands. We had so many healed, salvation’s, and praise reports from so many. We will touch the lives of those in this country and many more countries in the future. God has already plowed the flied, we’re just following behind him to plant the seeds.