Classes, campaigns, and chickens in Takoradi

Dear Brethren,

We greet you all once again from the WCSOP, Takoradi – Ghana. Once again we are grateful to be reporting to you our activities.


Thank God our classroom work for both the regular and part-time students went on successfully. Both teachers and students were on hand and on time which resulted in effective teaching and learning. There was an end of term examination for the regular students which was also taken by all the students.


Again, both instructors/students’ efforts resulted in the baptism of 10 souls. We ask for your prayers for the new converts to grow in faith and knowledge of God.


The school’s poultry project is also going well. We have completed selling the last batch of birds and have placed another order of 300 birds to be delivered within this month. Out of the 300 birds, 16 died out of it. These usually die when there are lights out and in their struggle to seek for the feed, they trample upon themselves. This lights out has been our greatest challenge. Also during the period, the prices for their feed went up on the market.

We have just return to the classroom after a month break. Classes have started for both regular and the part-time.


A Christian brother returning from a trip to London brought us eleven tables and chairs to be used in the classroom. The school spent 235 Cedis to transport these from Accra to Takoradi 


The date for our next graduation has been scheduled for August 25, 2018. Thirteen regular students are graduating after the two years course of study. Since brother Toby would be in Ghana for this year’s Seminar for Preachers and church Leaders around that time with another elder from the Howe church, we would be sending them the program soon for them to know which part they would play on the day.


Also, we plan to have a Campaign for Christ before this last batch of regular students leave after Seminar. This is also scheduled for August 27–30, 2018.

God bless you all.


Posted on June 19, 2018 .