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Heather’s Happenings

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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Babies Thrown Away!

Babies Thrown Away!

With Ghana’s Presidential election moving to a second run-off vote falling on the second day of a vital trip to Bolga in the Northern Region of Ghana there was much trepidation in our group. There had already been civil unrest in a neighboring area to Vea over politics and we had to drive through...
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Update from Heather in the Field

Update from Heather in the Field

One of the children, John (not his real name), whom we sponsor at a parochial school near Bolgatanga was severely beaten by his TEACHER. The young man turned in his work and the teacher marked a few of his answers wrong when in fact they were correct. John, who is extremely intelligent, knew his...
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Ministry Update

Ministry Update

Even through the trials and tribulations of furlough we have managed some activity in Ghana. Heather took a team of 20+ medical professionals to the village of Vea and dedicated a well for the clinic there. Also, we partnered with long time friends Danny and Sue Jaynes to show a video on truths of...
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Heather’s Happenings

Heather’s Happenings

“But the needy will not always be forgotten, nor the hope of the afflicted ever perish.” (PS 9:18) Upper eastern Ghana, in an area near the Tongo Mountains, a baby girl was born to young Muslim mother whose body was weak from illness. The baby’s birth weight was around six lbs. The baby steadily...
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Gone Before They are Found

Gone Before They are Found

The sad reality is that sometimes Beacon House serves as a hospice for children, easing their pain until they go home to be with our Lord.
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Beacon House Beads for Playground Project

Beacon House Beads for Playground Project

The Beacon House compound is quite small and many times the little ones will be outside playing while the ladies are washing the clothes.
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Heather’s Happenings

Heather’s Happenings

One of the primary reasons for this trip was to meet with four village chiefs wanting to help the families in their areas.
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