God blessed our trip to Zimbabwe, Ghana, and Liberia.
In Zimbabwe we arrived on Friday, March 4, at 9:15 PM. Saturday morning we began with leadership training. Bishop Moses Nueman and I taught and the rest of the team (Joe Werner, Cheryl Eaton and Debra Medina) gave their testimonies during the day. The ending was powerful as the Holy Spirit showed up when we prayed for the students and pastor who arrived for the next meeting. No one wanted it to end.
After this meeting we visited a strong elderly couple from the church. The lady was recovering from surgery and could hardly walk. Joe Werner laid hands on her as the rest of us supported him in prayer. The lady was healed!
On Sunday Debra and I ministered at the Waterfall church while the rest of the team ministered at other churches. All meetings went well with over fifty salvations reported. After the meetings, we went to the Bawas’ house for dinner.
Monday morning, we went to a rural area to see the site of the proposed medical clinic which will be a community project overseen by Bishop Bawa. In the evening we went to Chitungwiza church where Debra Medina preached. The praise and worship was great and God moved again with 10 people being saved. Great ministry time!
On Tuesday, we broke into two teams. Moses and Cheryl comprised one team and Joe, Debra, and I the other. We attended assembly at two Christian schools. We were well received and we lunched with the leaders. In the evening we went to Partson Church. Moses preached and another 35 gave their hearts to Christ.
On Wednesday we had a fun day traveling to an animal park.
On Thursday at 2 PM we had children’s ministry at Waterfalls. Moses had a bean toss game built and the children had great fun. We had lunch with the children and passed out gifts to all the children. Moses gave dresses to all the girls.
We then went to Muda where we ministered to the children there before church started. Once again the worship was very powerful and God moved mightily. Joe Werner preached and many were healed. One man who had suffered a stroke was able to walk out of the meeting.
On Friday we met with thirty independent pastors whom Bishop Bawa had invited to hear about TMCI. After that meeting, Bishop Bawa, Moses and I met to talk about how TMCI and Bishop Bawa’s ministry could work together in the future. Bishop Bawa would like more groups to come and teach the people on Sunday school procedures. That evening I preached at Hopely.
Saturday morning, we released the A-Team (Cheryl and Debra) to go to the Women’s conference that started at eleven and ended at 2:30. The meeting was a great success with the women excited about working together in all the churches.
Bishop Nueman, Joe Werner and I left for Ghana on Saturday afternoon.
Cheryl Eaton and Debra Medina stayed and preached Sunday at two different churches again, experiencing again the powerful anointed of God. Cheryl and Debra left Zimbabwe for the United States on Monday. During our time in Zimbabwe 106 souls were saved.
3-13-16 We arrived in Ghana on Sunday, March16 at 11:30AM. Daniel met us and took us to our hotel. Moses preached at a meeting at Daniel’s church at 6 PM. Forty people came forward in response to the altar call. It rained hard on Monday and flooded the meeting place where the pastors’ meeting was being held so that the 10 AM meeting started at 12 PM.
The meeting went well and the pastors were encouraged as I explained the purpose of TMCI and exhorted them to work together to make a difference in Ghana. We had a question and answer time that lasted about an hour. The entire group decided to reorganize and that Chima, who is a writer, will help Daniel with communications.
On Tuesday, March 15, we met Bishop Nortey, a very humble wise man who teaches at a local college. This was by far the best things that happen to us in Ghana. Bishop Nortey teaches on leadership and organization. He will be a great advisor for Daniel and will most likely open doors in other areas in Ghana.
Tuesday night Joe Werner preached. There were many healed and seven delivered from demonic bondage: truly a miraculous move of God.
We arrived in Liberia on March 16 at 10 AM. Because our time was short, we immediately visited Big God’s town where we saw the Medical Clinic under construction. They hope to complete the clinic this year. Because the clinic is nearly complete, the Boimah temporarily moved into the Clinic to guard and protect the facility from squatters
On Thursday at 2 PM we met with the TMCI leadership and received their reports for 2015. The internet school /computer school is going through transition. With the increasing use of internet-connected cell phones, the need for the internet café had diminished. However, the Liberians have converted it to a business center. The Internet school is flourishing and we graduated twenty-one students that day.
TMCI-Liberia is doing well and doing good. TMCI-Liberia helped several churches who had roof damage during a storm and have been meeting monthly to support each other in prayer and for fellowship. At this monthly meeting, we were told that we were going to ordain not 30-34 people as we thought but 44. God is really moving in Liberia!
On Friday afternoon we left for Gbarnga, and arrived at the hotel about 3PM where we found comfortable rooms but no electricity until 6:30PM . The electricity went off again at 7:30 AM (Welcome to the mission field.) At our 6PM meeting Moses Nueman preached and we saw 50 salvations.
On Saturday morning, we had a leadership seminar during which Moses Nueman, Joe Werner, Mathew Kantan, and I each taught a session. After the seminar we had lunch together at the church. That night we had another meeting with Joe Werner preaching. We had many healings.
On Sunday from 10AM to 12:30 PM, we met for the ordination service. I preached, and then Bishop Nueman, President Kantan and Chairmen Boimah and I conducted the ordination service. It was a powerful time in the Lord. After the service, we spent about an hour taking pictures. It was a good time of fellowship and praising God for what He had done.
On Monday Bishop Nueman and I left for home. Joe Werner stayed in Liberia for another week.
I praise God for all he is doing in Zimbabwe, Ghana and Liberia. We had a total of 196 Salvation, many healings, and deliverances. I am especially pleased with the leadership in Liberia and thank God for the 44 new pastors in Liberia. We will soon open another branch in Gbarnga where they will hold their own monthly meetings.
To God be the Glory,