Working here in Northern Ghana, I have seen conditions and tumors that I have never seen elsewhere. Sometimes, I have to refer patients to the larger teaching institutions for further investigations. Other times, I just have to approach a problem in a stepwise fashion until a conclusion is found. This case is a good example […]
A look at the African Fan Palm (borassus aethiopum) found across Sub-Saharan Africa and its uses in northern Ghana.
A decade ago, Tennessee’s The Baptist & Reflector printed a story on my dad and his years of missionary service in West Africa.
Earlier this year, Heidi received news that she had been accepted as an International Fellow with the American College of Surgeons. It’s certainly cool that she now gets to slap the FACS acronym after her name. But it’s more than just a title. “The letters FACS (Fellow, American College of Surgeons) after a surgeon’s name […]
The weekly podcast from Amy Whitfield and Jonathan Howe interviewed us for a special episode. Amy talked with us about the challenges we face and how God is moving in West Africa. Have a listen!
I penned an article for the IMB’s ongoing “Missionaries You Should Know” series. It’s about one of my missions heroes David George. He pastored the first all-black Baptist church in America, planted the first black Baptist church in Canada, and established the first Baptist church on the continent of Africa.