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The vision of SIM Ghana is to see a witness to Christ’s love where he is least known in Ghana, disciples of Jesus expressing God’s love in their communities and Christ-centred churches spreading the gospel in Ghana and beyond.

גאנה

The vision of SIM Ghana is to see a witness to Christ’s love where he is least known in Ghana, disciples of Jesus expressing God’s love in their communities and Christ-centred churches spreading the gospel in Ghana and beyond.

Come and Serve

Mission Mobilisation

This ministry aims to engage the many Christians in Ghana, to challenge and mobilise them for involvement in Global mission.

Sisaala People Outreach

This ministry aims to see those who live and die without Christ among the mostly rural, Muslim Sisaala hear and understand the Gospel.

Mission Mobilisation

This ministry aims to engage the many Christians in Ghana, to challenge and mobilise them for involvement in Global mission.

Sisaala People Outreach

This ministry aims to see those who live and die without Christ among the mostly rural, Muslim Sisaala hear and understand the Gospel.

Communities where Christ is least known

Muslim people of northern Ghana

The Dagomba and Sisaala people of northern Ghana are predominantly Muslim. SIM Ghana partners with churches encouraging one-to-one discipling relationships amongst these people groups, in order that many might hear the gospel and grow in their understanding of God’s Word. More and more churches amongst the Dagomba and Sisaala are holding mid-week children’s clubs, enabling many Muslim children to hear God’s good news. Broadcasts of The Way of Righteousness on local radio in both the Sisaali and Dagbani languages continue to be well received.

The Fulani

The Fulani people in Ghana are another predominantly Muslim group. As migrants from other parts of West Africa, they have never had a recognised homeland in Ghana. They live in scattered settlements on the outskirts of villages and are often treated as outsiders and viewed with suspicion and hostility. In the last year, SIM Ghana has welcomed three missionary families to work amongst the Fulani. Through language and culture learning, they are building relationships of trust and friendship.

Prayers

1

Pray for personnel to work in marriage and family ministries. We praise God for the growth of our team over the last year.

2

Pray for the three new families who are working amongst the Fulani. Pray for the building of good relationships.

3

Pray for perseverance and encouragement for those engaged in language and culture learning.

4

Pray for our Sports Friends ministry team, as they train coaches to reach children and young people through sport.

5

Pray for opportunities to partner in mobilising the Ghanaian church for mission.

6

Pray for our new personnel coordinator and business manager, as they settle into their new roles and support the team in these important areas.


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