Chris Newsletter: February-March

“I give you thanks, O Lord, with all my heart. I will sing your praises before the gods. I bow before your holy Temple as l worship. I praise your name for your unfailing love and faithfulness; for your promises are backed by all the honor of your name.” Psalm 138:1-3.  

Thanks and Appreciation.
I praise the Lord for your kind partnership, prayer support and great words of encouragements that have sustained and enabled us to forge ahead despite the numerous challenges in the Kingdom business. Indeed, the Lord has been so good and I give Him all the thanks and praise. Amen.

Mentoring Program, Ghana.
The need for wholistic mentoring especially of the youth has become so critical. Early February, 10 young people gathered and went through a three-day residential mentoring program.There were interactions during the learning process and sharing of experiences with a singular focus of the transformation of our nation. Indeed it was wonderful time spent. To God be the praise.
Mentees having fun                        Group Picture                             Discussion Time

We were privileged to be invited to facilitate the 2017 School of Leadership at the Pentecost International Worship Centre, an English speaking and very influential church in the Kumasi metropolis. Over 123 leaders went through the 4-day program. “Your interesting way of presentation produced one of the most interesting evenings in our church’s history. We appreciate your approach to development with Jesus as the Model, and feedback from participants affirm this observation” – District Secretary.

Chris teaching                Leaders at a session                Chris, Theophilus & the area Apostle.


Apostilization Program of the Church of Pentecost.
Thank you Lord for my safe arrival home from the northern region of Ghana, over 12 hours drive from Accra. I was privileged to be involved in my church’s Apostlelization program at Wa, the Upper East regional capital. At this program, apostles are sent to train pastors, their wives and all other officers of the church globally.  22 pastors and wives and over 600 church leaders overseeing 3,200 churches were trained. This is one of the most unreached area of Ghana but the Church of Pentecost has made serious inroads in every corner of this region..

Chris with pastors & their wives    With the Wa zone of officers      At the Lawra/Jirapa zone


Worldview Conference:Monrovia, Liberia.
I had the opportunity of being invited to Monrovia, Liberia by Reach Global of the US to train their key Church planting leaders from six West African countries-The Evangelical Free Church of West Africa from six countries in a very intensive five-day Worldview Conference. A pastor observed, “ A great eye opening and life changing conference with Jesus being the center of all of life”

Chris with Reach Global                 Group Discussions               Kingdom Mathematics           





Praise and Prayers

  1. Praise God for His power that works in us.
  2. Adwoa is doing great both home and work by His grace, Nana Chris continues to work hard at his work in Sierra Leone and Eugene just entered his final semester in college. Edwin is doing great at his high school. Edwina doing great in her Chemical Engineering course. Ebenezar entered the final semester in the second year in college. Praise God, Jennifer did so well in the law exams she wrote. Praying that she will get a good law school. Thanks for your continuous prayer support for my family.
  3. Kindly keep our West African team members in your prayers, especially Esther Amos of Nigeria, Jean Baptiste of Guinea, Apostle Happy of Togo, Emmanuel Dao of Mali, Balima of Burkina Faso, Abu Bakarr of Sierra Leone, Joyce & Moses Cooper of Liberia, Ouattara of the Ivory Coast and Rene Mbongo of Senegal. Praise God, Apostle Antwi (key team member in Ghana) had a successful eye surgery in India and is currently doing fine.
  4. Bear us up in your prayers for our programs; Teaching at Pentecost Theological Seminary, travelling tomorrow to Kumasi at the invitation of Suame area for teaching sessions, and Samaritan Strategy Vision Conference in Liberia from 18-23 April.
  5. Please continue praying with us. Our financial support base is currently facing a critical challenge and we urgently need partners and friends. We continue to trust the Lord for His provisions.


Thank you for continuous support for our work in West Africa and Ghana in particular. Please, you may make checks payable to Harvest and send to PO Box 2670, Phoenix, AZ 85002. Kindly include a note with the check designating the funds to Chris & Adjoa Ampadu.  All contributions are tax deductible.

In Ghana: to Samaritan Strategy, ECOBANK-LEGON BRANCH. Account number: 0160014409985201

Thank you for your participation! Chris & Adjoa Ampadu


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