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Ghana is known as one of the friendliest places in Africa despite its name meaning, “Warrior King.” This exciting journey will have a variety of ministry options as we partner with nationals there. Each trip could consist of one of the following: teach VBS, village evangelism, train leaders, conduct ladies' conferences, teach disability conferences, distribute Bibles and Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Gifts and work with two orphanages.

Ghana Stats

Difficulty Level: 3
Language: Various Tribal Languages and English
Population: 25,511,000
Evangelical Christian: 19.2%
Major Religions:
• Ethnic Religions: 14.9%
• Islam: 22.2%
• Christianity: 62.6%
Unreached People Groups: 18


Sara Davy Member

“Being on mission is incredibly satisfying because the focus is God's purpose for your life; to love him and serve others.”


Ben Strachan Member

"The opportunity to observe how a completely different culture worships God in such a similar way as we do was eye opening and enriching."


Debbie Smith Member

"The memory of my first international mission trip and the people I met is something I will cherish forever. Would love to do another one someday."


Martha Raley Member

"It is a joy to work and worship with our fellow Christians in Ghana."


Steve Butler Member

“I was 47 years old when God called me to the mission field, the Bahamas. He quite simply spoke to my heart saying, “You will never be the same.”


Cathy Bishop Member

"We learned, firsthand, how to encourage and lift up so many broken hearted people."


Glenn Best Member

"I have had the privilege of taking several trips in recent years that have all been fruitful in planting the seeds of the Gospel."


Chef Bob Vaningan Member

"Although I know that being there did some good, I feel the best work was done in me."


Scott Heald Member

"It was a truly great experience and I hope I will have the opportunity to do the Lord’s work in a similar fashion again sometime."


David Ellis Member

"It has certainly changed my life and the way I see people every day."


Martin Mina Member

“People are looking for joy and peace, and we as followers of Christ need to learn how to embrace them unconditionally.”


Clara Reeves Member

“Listen and be obedient, cause God has some amazing life changing to do in each of our lives..."


Annie Gray Member

“We get so comfortable sometimes in our own bubble that to experience God’s power we need to step outside that bubble and experience the unknown.”


David Thompson Member

"The experience far exceded our expectations. A camaraderie was developed with people we had never met, because of a like mission."


Steve Williams Member

"It opened my eyes and mind to the spiritual condition of a part of America, that is unseen by most Christians."