A visit to the Wechiau Hippo Sanctuary in Ghana’s Upper West Region to see one of the nation’s two remaining hippopotamus populations. The other hippos in Bui National Park are in danger with the recent construction of the Bui Dam.
White Volta Rapids in Dry Season
Last October, at the very end of rainy season, Nils and I hiked to the White Volta rapids north of Gambaga. There we found the engorged river roaring over an impressive rock formation. We decided then that we’d come back at the end of dry season to see the difference. Nils and our friend Richard […]
A Concert by Trey & KJ
Trey and KJ broke out the Duplo blocks and put on a concert for us in the kitchen
Here’s KJ enjoying one of our first early rain storms as rainy season approaches.
Video: Welcome to Africa
Join IMB as we face the challenges and take the opportunities to proclaim the name of Jesus along the remote, dusty footpaths and throughout the noisy, urban streets of Sub-Saharan Africa.
The Incredible Design of the Silk Cotton Tree
Commonly known as the Gold Coast Bombax (Bombax buonopozense) or ‘false-kapok’ tree has pods full of a silky cotton like substance that surrounds its seeds. Its ingenious design allows the pods to burst open and release the seeds to float away in the wind. Here’s an video of tree opening one of the pods from the […]
Baby Naming at Tambɔna Preaching Point
William preaches and does a baby naming ceremony at a new preaching point near Sumnibooma#1.