WEI teacher, Kay Banta, began teaching Rodah in January 2023. Rodah is a twenty-four-year-old elementary school teacher. Kay says, “From the start, her comments were thorough. . . .When she was into the advanced lessons, I noted her seriousness.” Kay’s heart leaped when Rodah said she wanted to “fish many into the kingdom.” Kay asked Rodah…
Austine Ntim, an intelligent nineteen year old in Akpfu Odomi, Ghana, found WEI on the Internet and responded to the Google ad. Mary McKinney started studying with him November 20, 2022. Mary writes, “He didn’t send any lessons in December, and I thought I had lost him. But he began again January 6, and he…
While Brother Addai Asubonteng, a retired preacher from Ejisu, Ashanti, Ghana, was in the States in April, he met our friend…
John Travis reports that six more students have been baptized at the Buduburam Refugee Camp near Accra, Ghana.
John Travis (minister of the gospel at the Buduburam Refugee Camp near Accra, Ghana) reports: “We are thankful for the number of baptisms here in ..
John Travis, WBS/WEI teacher at the Buduburam Refugee Camp in Ghana, reports that two young men have been baptized into Christ: Jever Korsoe Gee
John Travis just keeps on teaching and baptizing WEI students at the Buduburam Refugee Camp near Accra, Ghana.
Almost every month, we receive reports from the Buduburam Refugee Camp in Ghana that more WEI and WBS students have been baptized into Christ.
Week after week, John Travis keeps sending email reports about people who are being baptized into Christ at Buduburam, a Liberian refugee camp
On November 14, John Travis wrote, “I am happy to inform you of the baptism this morning of Sister Princess N. Campbell. She is 39. Madam Princess
Civil war has torn the heart out of Liberia in recent years, and thousands of people have fled to neighboring countries for refuge.