Rev. & Mrs. Samuel Appiah – Techiman, Ghana


Appiah 1Lois, Sister Princess, Tina, Vester, Michelle, Samuel

We are very grateful to God for another successful year of serving the Lord here in Africa. Many ministry opportunities were given us together as a team. This year by the grace of God, we were able to start a new work at Nsuta and also had a great impact in a new work in Mali when a team of pastors took a missions trip there. In addition, we had our missions conference this year at Krobo, an outreach ministry of our church, and used the occasion to also do the groundbreaking for a new church building. What a day it was with Pastor Roy Mack from the United States as our conference speaker. He was greatly used by our God.


In October, the pastoral staff from Techiman and a group of our committed young people went on a missions outreach meeting in Bui, one of our youngest church planting efforts. Praise the Lord! We had a very encouraging out door meeting there with many souls saved.

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Faith Promise & Krobo Ground Breaking

Chapel times at our Christian Day School have always been a blessing. Many of our students received the Lord as personal Savior with many others counselled concerning issues in the Bible. We also had about twenty people baptized to join our church.HEALTH: On June 20 this year, I had to have surgery on my left eye in Accra at the Emmanuel Eye Clinic for “PTERYGIUM”, a skin growth over my pupil. All the glory belongs to our God for a successful eye surgery and for His own provision financially through our insurance and a wonderful gift from Pilgrim Baptist Church in RI.Our youngest child, Christiana (* Tina) has been very weak. She has had almost two severe attacks each month this year. Please, pray with us concerning our health, especially Christiana’s asthma.  


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Pastor Samuel preaching at a wedding at Calvary

PRAYER NEEDS It is also our prayer as a family that as the Lord provides, we plan to put up a two bedroom house which will serve as a “Prophet’s Chamber” this year for the Lord’s servants who visit our work here in Africa from both abroad and from our neighboring African countries as well. Our main church building which is under construction is still at the foundation level; we pray that the Lord provides for us to continue for His name’s glory. We again covet your prayer support for our pastoral team here in Techiman; pray for unity, understanding, and a consistent desire to serve Christ.


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