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Pray for GILLBT (Ghana)

  • Four New Testaments

    During Easter Week 2009, the Selee, Siwu, Sekpele and Tuwuli New Testaments were dedicated and distributed in the central Volta Region. During the first three weeks, one of the languages sold out.  Pray that the Selee, Siwu, Sekpele and  Tuwuli communities will use the translated Scriptures, and that their "love may abound more and more in knowledge and depth of insight, so that (they) may be able to discern what is best and may be pure and blameless for the day of Christ, filled with the fruit of righteousness that comes through Jesus Christ—to the glory and praise of God." (Philippians 1:9-11).

  • Caring for the whole person

    Praise God that work among the Sisaala includes attention to the socio-cultural and economic development of the people as well as Bible translation. Pray that the planting of moringa trees and soya beans will be successful. Through SILDEP, a food security plan is underway. Plans are to plough two acres of land for each of 3,000 households, one acre maize and one acre soya beans. Moringa leaves and soya have high nutritional value. Additionally, there is a market for moringa leaves. So, farmers will not only improve their diet; they will also increase their income.

  • On

    Please keep on praying for Kofi Mbui as he continues to head up the Konkomba adult literacy work and tries to mobilize the people to support their own literacy program. Pray for consultant Mary Steele who is working on the dictionary and grammar write-up of the language. She hopes to publish both of these. That will give prestige to the Konkomba language. Then, it may be considered one that can be taught in the school system. Mary writes, "I would value prayer for wisdom in all this work, and strength to continue."

  • Peace for the Bimoba area

    Pray for Jacob, one of two Bimoba men who until one day in April were showing the Bimoba JESUS Film from village to village. He and everyone else in the village had to flee for their lives, just at the time when they should be starting to farm for next season's food supply. They will be staying with relatives who find it hard enough to feed their own families without an influx of refugees in addition. Tensions arose due to a land dispute. Much prayer is needed for peace and reconciliation.

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