Tag: Missions

  • Day One of Reading Camp in Boate by Merle Holsinger and Carys Cox

    Day One of Reading Camp in Boate                  by Merle Holsinger and Carys Cox

    Merle is a retired engineer and former Peace Corps volunteer. Merle has been a long time supporter of Ghanaian Mothers’ Hope. He brought his granddaughter, Carys Cox with him. From Merle: Monday, August 5, 2019. Botheau, Ghana.  This is the first day that we have actually worked in the village of Boate at the Reading […]

  • Experiencing Culture by Ben & Aiden Spiker

    Experiencing Culture                                     by  Ben & Aiden Spiker

    This year we are so fortunate to have three parent/grandparent – child pairs traveling with us. Ben Spiker, a long standing board member, brought his son Aiden with him. Aiden has grown up with Ghanaian Mothers’ Hope. From Ben: On Saturday, the team had the opportunity to travel a few hours from Accra to Kakum […]

  • Seat or Feet?

    All across America people sit in churches week by week, singing and listening and learning what it means to follow God, to follow Jesus who leads us into the heart of God. And for many, the journey to God ends there, in the pew, or in the chair; but for some, the pew or the […]

  • CALLING ALL PRIMARY TEACHERS–YOU CAN HELP IN AFRICA

    I have been working with children in Ghana for the last six years.  They are so eager to learn but are often held back from learn because of the lack of supplies.  Tomorrow we will dedicate a new Primary School.  St. Paul’s is a public primary school administered by the Anglican church.  Ghanaian Mothers’ Hope […]