Girls Dance at the Pokrom Nsaba Children's Day Celebration August 2016
Opening Processional at the Pokrom Nsaba, Compassion: HOPE Child Development Center, 2016 Children's Day Celebration. August 2016
The Children of Pokrom Nsaba, Ghana Celebrate and dance after a day of Bible School. Ghana Initiative team members join in the fun!!
Our Physical Therapist, Ralph, works with a patient at the Pokrom Nsaba junior high school.
In this video, Ghana Initiative team member, Samuel Afful opens our day in Pokrom Nsaba with a time of devotion, prayer and song! It was a super way to start the day and allowed the Holy Spirit to be invited in to all that we did during each day! Thank you Samuel for your service and devotion to God and the lovely people of Pokrom Nsaba.
Samuel Afful and Alice Roach, Ghana Initiative volunteers, lead praise and worship time with the children of Pokrom Nsaba.
Emmanuel Afful teaches the children of Pokrom Nsaba the books of the Bible through song. "Books of Moses"
Samuel teaches the children a memory verse from the Bible while the children enjoy a much deserved frozen snack. The children each have a bag that they will use for the week at Bible School.
Emmanuel works with the children on a special project at the end of the morning Bible School session during a morning thunder storm. Each child makes a project in each Bible School class. The ladies at the desk in the front of the class are Compassion International volunteers who assist in the Bible school classes.
Ghana Initiative Team
And the prayer offered in faith will make the sick person well; the Lord will raise them up. If they have sinned, they will be forgiven.
Prayer team prays with a member of the Pokrom Nsaba community for healing!
The blind and the lame came to him at the temple, and he healed them.
Ghana Initiative team members use their expertise in modern medicine to bring physical healing to the lives of many. Each of our medical team members pray with each patient who comes to them for treatment asking the Lord to heal them in Jesus' name!
Local children sing to the team as we arrive in Pokrom Nsaba to get everything set-up. (2014)