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Pics and Things

Pics and Things

At Beacon House we are preparing for anticipated future growth.  I spent some time filling out paperwork for quota where our volunteers who want to spend up to two years with us can do so. In Ghana, all companies, even nonprofits, must apply for a quota where foreigners can be assigned a position. It...
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Beacon House Needs a Preschool Teacher!

Beacon House Needs a Preschool Teacher!

Lynn and all our volunteers are a blessing to us at BH. They come and serve as often as they can while on other business in Ghana. Some are here with their spouses, some are working on graduate degrees, while others are here just working. While each volunteer is cherished and are a huge...
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Books and Stuff

Books and Stuff

Thank you for the wonderful book drive this year for the work in northern Ghana. Out of the hundreds of books we received over the last year we also received new educational materials. Pictures are, as the saying goes, worth a thousand words. Sometimes they are even priceless, like when teaching about Jesus. We...
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Akwaaba! Friends and Fellow Servants

Akwaaba! Friends and Fellow Servants

Over the years we have made many life-long friendships in Ghana with most beginning as commitments to Christ. It is rare that we can get so many of our friends together in one place because they are usually very busy with their lives of service to our Lord. Three of these folks; Stephen Nomosour,...
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Mission Methodology

Mission Methodology

Brief History Many of you that have supported our ministry over the years know us through either African Mission Evangelism (AME) or Ghana Christian University (GCU). Some have expressed confusion on the recent changes with our association with Beacon House USA (BHUSA). Others, new to our ministry, have expressed they would like to better...
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Introducing David and Ursula Akurugu

Introducing David and Ursula Akurugu

David and Ursula Akurugu have been active in Church planting and Christian Education in Ghana for many years. David is a graduate of Ghana Christian University College (GCUC)and has just completed his Masters Degree in Education for Legon University.
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Church Participation

In an effort to help our church supporters better understand their level of participation I’ve decided to take information normally made available to the IRS, available here. Not only does this help our churches to see their impact on our ministry it also helps them to see who their partners are in this effort....
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Plans in Motion and On Paper

Plans in Motion and On Paper

We are excited to announce that we have submitted our proposal with plans to funding agencies. Now, all we can do is pray the project is funded. Pray with us PLEASE!
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Open letter to missions committees

For many years I’ve wanted to write this piece and several times I began it only to think twice because some might not like what they hear and lay retribution upon our ministry. Now, as our family faces a crisis of ministry, my spirit is speaking very loudly to share my insights so that...
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Heather's Radio Interview

In a recent article by Richard Hostetter, the plight of babies and young children in the far north of Ghana was revealed. Heather was asked to do an interview for radio stations in the vicinity of Greensboro concerning the work of Beacon House in Ghana. Below are links to the audio from the broadcasts....
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