We’re back in Ghana and continuing our annual tradition of making a timelapse of our family decorating the Christmas tree. This year we inherited a big artificial tree from another missionary family. I also upgraded our tech and shot the timelapse in 360°. You’ll have to watch it over and over and spin the view around to catch all the action!
The online platform strives to allow northerners to tell their own stories, clear the stereotypes assigned to them, drive conversations pertinent to the development of Ghana’s north, remove ethnic barriers and promote the northern cultures.
The family takes a leisurely 10-mile hike down the Gambaga Escarpment to the White Volta River Rapids.
We almost always get lunch after church at a local joint called “All There Chop Bar”. Since we often return late from driving out to village churches, it is convenient to grab food that is ready to go and take it home.
In many of Ghana’s rural churches, members don’t have money to tithe but faithfully bring a percentage of their harvest as an offering to the Lord.
Watch a vlog documenting our journey from Virginia to our home in Ghana!
William uses a nearly 100-year-old film camera to make a unique portrait of the king of Mamprugu.
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Paul Jenkins explores questions about representation, cultural context, and historical meaning in a photograph by Basel Mission doctor Rudolf Fisch. The photograph was taken at the beginning of the 20th century in Akwapim, the traditional Akon Kingdom in Ghana.