Eleven Baptisms Recorded With The WCSOP In Ghana...

May Report

Dear Brethren,

By the grace of God, another month of operation has gone past successfully. The school re-opened for the third term, the last on our academic calendar, on the 18th of May, 2015. As has been our usual practice, classes began immediately in the first week of re-opening. All the students and the instructors were on hand for an effective teaching and learning.

The break was for one month and upon their return, the students gave an impressive report on how they used the break period to teach others. A total of eleven (11) baptisms were recorded.

Again, we wish to express our thanks and appreciation for this project. The birds have begun to lay eggs. We are collecting few eggs as of this time since this is the beginning. We hope as days go on the rate at which they lay eggs would increase. Some of the instructors and the students have taken keen interest in the project and are monitoring the process of keeping and management.

We continue to ask for your prayers for him.

June Report

Thankfully another month of operation has ended successfully. Classroom and other related works have been very successful. Instructors and all students were punctual to class.

The rates of which the birds are laying eggs have increased. We are trying to keep a record on how they are laying. Averagely they are laying about thirty (30) eggs a day. We hope as the days go on, all forty-eight birds would lay an egg each day.

We again ask for your continuous prayer for him. His recovering rate has been very slow as has been said always.

Thank you.
Brother Charles Mensah

Posted on July 10, 2015 .