When Satan slams one door shut, God opens another one. Last month, while we were grieving over developments in Kenya, we received an exciting e-mail
Five year ago, Glenn Cash and I led a WEI summer campaign in Fort Portal, Uganda where Glenn’s son Jeff serves as a missionary. Six people were…
George S. Tengbeh II, (former WEI teacher at the Buduburam refugee camp in Ghana), has secured eight acres of land in Weala, Liberia and plans to…
John Travis just keeps on teaching and baptizing WEI students at the Buduburam Refugee Camp near Accra, Ghana.
In 2001, Jane K. enrolled as a WEI student in Rwanda while serving as a nurse in a military hospital. She was in charge of the Intensive Care Unit.
In early November, Art Hitt and I joined John Ed Clark, Behailu Abebe, and others in Ethiopia for two of the most memorable weeks of our lives.
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
Jan Towell received an exciting letter from LaVonne, an email teacher. She had received a call from Larry Perkey in San Antonio, Texas saying that he had
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.
Church leaders in Ghana have written to us about a tremendous opportunity for spreading the Good News in West Africa. Outside of Accra, the capital city,
Jo Towell, a member of the Peninsula Church of Christ in Portland, Oregon, tells the following story about one of her WEI students in Ethiopia:
Since 1998, Andrea Jones of Grand Junction, Colorado has been teaching David Oliver, a young man in Madagascar. After completing Book