Dear Faithful Prayer Partners and Financial Supporters,

Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye steadfast, unmovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labour is not in vain in the Lord.” 1 Cor. 15:58

It is unbelievable that we are already in March and our furlough continues well. Winter was rough, especially during January.  We have driven more than 20,000 miles with the car and by God’s grace, it is still running. Hopefully, this will help us through the rest of our travels. God is good.

In December, we were able to go to Texas to celebrate Christmas with Joshua’s mother-in-law. It was so good to see many again since the wedding. After spending a few days there, we continued to Missouri and stayed a few days with our friend, Pastor Jim of LSBU. There, we reached out to two churches before returning to Winston-Salem, NC. God has been good to us during our travels, and we give Him all the glory and the praise He deserves. Joshua, Natti, and Micaiah are doing well. As Natti expects her 2nd baby, our 2nd grand child, we plan to spend some time with them before flying back to our ministry in TOGO. Since late February, Elisabeth and I have been sick, mostly with high blood pressure-related symptoms and fatigue. I had to wake up many times in the middle of the night to receive phone calls to manage the project since we came on furlough. The time difference was 5 hours. The medicines we take are helpful. By God’s grace, we are doing much better today. Brothers and sisters, please pray for us.

The ministry is moving forward.

One of the highlights is the ongoing construction in the church of Tamani. The concrete was poured Thursday afternoon, March 7, through Friday night the 8th. The concrete mixer they were using had broken down twice, which has created some delay in the proceedings. Finally, it was completed Friday around 2 AM. The T-poles and the plywood will be removed after one month, that is around April 6. Here are some pictures.

Thank you for your prayers and sacrificial giving that made this possible.

The orphans are doing well and all of them are keeping up with school. Thank you for all you do for them through our IGM orphan program.


Praise God for all the funds raised for the construction.

Praise God for His protection during our travel.

Praise God for keeping us healthy.


Thank you for your prayers and financial support.



Koffi, Elisabeth, and Samuel WODOME

Together We Reach Togo for Christ.