Dear Praying and Financial Partners,

I pray and trust that all of my brothers and sisters in Christ are doing well by the grace of God. I’m by God’s grace doing fine Physically and mentally as the good Lord has been gracious and kind to allow me to continually work in His vineyard to help meet the needs of the less privileged, poor, widows, outcasts and many who are vulnerable.

Jesus says, “Bear ye one another’s burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ.” Galatians 6:2
We are called to love our neighbor as ourselves, we must serve others and in doing so we can help carry their burdens.

So what is the message being shared? We can’t always take away suffering, or always pray away suffering. However, we can be the support as in the case of Moses’s hands growing weary, when his friends came alongside him and held them up for him. Moses could not displace the task that God had commanded him, but it was up to his friends to help him stay strong through the pain. His friends came alongside him and supported as he followed God’s call. In doing so Israel won victory over an entire nation.

In John 11:43, Jesus commands the loved ones of Lazarus to take off the grave clothes. Jesus worked the miracle but left it up to his friends to unwrap the dirty and stinking clothes.

Each one of you have been doing your best through prayer, material and financial support to help keep the gospel in it’s right direction in Ghana ????. However, there’s a need that has still not been completely resolved. By this prayer letter, I’m humbly appealing to you to help solve this challenge.

Sometime in my last news letter I appealed to all of you to help contribute to help pay for clearing of the 40 foot container shipped to Ghana from the USA. Thankfully, some of you responded by giving out some money. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough to pay off the debt and I had to quickly seek out help by borrowing money. Currently, I still owe over $5,000 which needs to be paid as soon as practically possible. I’ll acknowledge everyone who gives to pay off the debt by mentioning the name and amount when it’s all paid for unless otherwise stated since some may want to remain anonymous.

Please, if you feel burdened by this appeal and want to help with your contribution, you may send to the mission address and make a note to me: Alex Boamah ( container debt).

I continuously pray for you and know your prayers and giving has helped keep me in the ministry and duty that God has called me into.

Once again, I want to thank each one of you for the continuous partnership and support because of Jesus Christ. May you all be blessed as you celebrate Thanksgiving this week. Happy Thanksgiving.

Still praising the Lord,
Pastor Alex Boamah

“I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.” Philippians 4:13