On Christmas morning we drove south to our church in Kolinvaai as we have done in years past. There we celebrated the birth of our Savior with our brothers and sisters there. Pastor Sugri shared the story of the announcement and birth of Christ. Then church members sang worship songs in different languages. After Mampruli, […]
As we’ve done in years’ past, we set aside time on Christmas Eve to open gifts from our relatives and spend time together as a family. Christmas Day is always long and hectic between church fellowship and going around town to greet our friends for the holiday.
A real Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant opened in Tamale and we went to check it out! Spoiler alert: It was as greasy as expected.
Give to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering today.
Burns of the hands and feet can lead to severe contractures and deformities. One woman in her late 30s came to BMC with a large wound on her arm. It had developed at the site of a 15 year old burn wound which had “glued” the back of her hand to her wrist. The wound […]
Since we moved to Nalerigu in 2014, I’ve attended the Damba Festival at the NaYiri’s palace every year. It is the penultimate cultural event in Mamprugu. This year when Damba was held in Nalerigu on November 18th, a large group attended from Bawku in the Upper East Region of Ghana. Leading them was the Gbangraana […]
Every year we do a little timelapse video of our Christmas decoration. This year we upgraded a bit and went 4K for all ya’ll with big, fancy TVs!
A decade ago, Tennessee’s The Baptist & Reflector printed a story on my dad and his years of missionary service in West Africa.