As has been said in an earlier report, the new school year began on September 15, 2014. It began with fifteen (15) new students. We had earlier reported that seventeen (17) new students were coming but two had called to say they were no more coming. However, additional two have also called to express their readiness to come. We are in contact with them and would know in the next week or two how things would turn out to be. Below is a group picture of those new students in attendance.
As was reported to you, in our beginning of year staff meeting we agreed that the graduation date be shifted to November 29. We are working towards this date. The graduation gowns are being sown and we hope to get them before time.
Brother Collins Agyekum is one of the immediate past students of the school. He has pledged to support our work with ten Cedis (10) each month. His first contribution has been acknowledged in the financial account.
Brother Matthew Ackah studied and baptized his mother who has been a worshipper in a denomination all the while. We rejoice with her as she is now added to the Lord’s church.
Also we had one visitor who had come up the hill to see what we do there. We took advantage of his visit to study with him. Below also are pictures of these.
Ebenezer, one of our immediate past students who was recruited to help as an instructor also began work when we started the new school year.
Daniel Ampadu Asiamah
He continues to receive treatment in Accra and reports indicate he is responding to treatment.
Finally, we thank you all for your support and prayer and hope you would continue to pray for us as we continue with our labour in the Kingdom of our Lord and Saviour Jesus.
Thank you all once again.