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REPORT FROM THE UNREACHED PEOPLES’GROUP ZONE
10/40 WINDOW IN GHANA

PASTORS CHARLES AND MARY MENSAH

PASTORAL HEADQUARTERS IN KOFORIDUA, GHANA

 

These are typical huts tribal families live in. Before any stranger goes into the village, they must have the chief’s permission. When Pastor Charles and Mary go to tribal villages, there are no roads, only oxen cart paths. They take a generator, screen projector and food and pray the chief has not changed his mind. If the tribal language is unknown they must have a translator. One tribe I visited in Ghana, had to have three translations.

These are serious and dangerous areas; when I was in Ghana, the drums were beating throughout the tribal area, and when walking to where we were having the outdoor gathering; I was told by the Spirit of God to hurry across the small river (walking a 12” plank) and although I thought it was disrespectful of the folks I was walking with, obeyed, and all of a sudden one of those small green snakes (5 seconds and you’re dead) was thrown from a nearby tree and hit one of our pastors on the head; when he felt something hit his head, he reached up and got bitten. The people stood their screaming and I said, PRAY! He did survive!

THE LORD SAVED OVER TWO HUNDRED SOULS AT DAGRIBOARI, GHANA IN THE UNREACHED ZONE-10/40 WINDOW SEPTEMBER 30TH, 2016


According to Joshua project (www.joshuaproject.net), Ghana has 110 tribal languages or peoples’ groups and eighteen (18) of them which are in the10/40 window and have not been reached for the Lord.

Again, African Christian Mission (www.africachristianmission.org/ma_church_planting.htm) states that that there are14, 000 villages in Ghana without Churches.

Now the question is: Who will go and help these 18 unreached peoples’ group to hear the good news of Our Lord Jesus Christ or to train and encourage Pastors to plant Churches in these 14,000 villages?

God has, therefore, called us (Reaching the Unreached for Christ and planted into our hearts the passion to reach these 18 unreached peoples’ group and train many Pastors among them.

We are also grateful to the Lord that Bridge Ministries is partnering with us to do this great work. We ask the Lord to continue to bless Bridge Ministries Inc.

The unreached peoples’ group which we had visited and worked among them include the Mamprusis, Kusals, Bulisas, Tamprusis, Bimobas and Birifors.

We are appealing to Bridge Ministries to prayerfully consider adopting the Tamprusis. One of the unreached tribes in the unreached zone.

Please keep praying for us and the unreached peoples’ groups.

Our next trip to the 10/40 window is December 2nd, 2016.

We love you.

Charles and Mary

 

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