Since COVID-19 took the center stage, lots of our friends have been asking how our churches are doing. The Government of Ghana put down a lot of restrictions. There were a lockdown of all churches and the local police went around to patrol and to check that church auditorium were closed. However, our churches did not collapse. Our churches have become stronger than before.
We encouraged all our church family to attend our house fellowships.
PASTOR VICTOR & PRUDENT RAINHILL (ESERESO - KUMASI)
REPORT FROM PASTOR VICTOR RAINHILL:
Before the lockdown the Esereso church had four (4) house fellowships. About 500 feet from the main church auditorium, a landlady (In whose house many of our church family comes from) opened her big house (the largest house in the area) for worship.
There were many people in the vicinity who do not worship or attend the church.
PASTOR VICTOR and wife PRUDENT have been taking prayer walks in the whole neighborhood asking the Lord to bring a move of God by the Holy Spirit.
During the lockdown the Holy Spirit visited many people in the area who are not members of the church with dreams.
According to them in their dreams they saw Pastor Victor ministering to them. That moved them to come to Pastor Victor and narrated their dreams and problems to him. Through counselling, prayer and deliverance, the Holy Spirit brought breakthroughs their lives. So, they started attending the house fellowship in the large house.
In another scenario, a woman who was dying was brought to Pastor Victor at 2:30am. God set her free. A woman whose husband left her and children also had a dream of Pastor Victor. She narrated her story and the Holy Spirit intervened and the husband came home.
PASTOR MESHACK- undergoing Chemotherapy
He is doing well as he is undergoing the CHEMO-THERAPY treatment at the LEGACY HOSPITAL. Last Saturday (AUGUST-1-2020), I went with him to the center to see the oncologist. Thank God he is a firm believer in the Lord Jesus Christ.
As we wrote earlier that the cost of Meshack’s Cancer treatment is $8,.800. The $6,000 which came in has been paid to the center.
We had an email yesterday from Judy, (Freedom Gate Church) that additional $1,500 has been donated. That means $1,300 is needed.
We appreciate all of you for your love and concern to save the life of this precious co-worker,
KWASI and VICTORIA APPIAH
P:S: Send your lovely donation on our behalf to;
FREEDOM GATE CHURCH
104 Tennis Centre Dr.
Marrietta, OHIO 45750
PH: 740 373 0867