ghanaThe following is an excerpt  from Francis Kupoe, one of our legacy team leaders in Ghana”

 “Greetings to you in Christ’s name. I hope this really finds you well. I’m glad that God has given me the privilege to be part of the (Olford) center.

Allow me to take this opportunity to announce that, God willing, the center (Bible Training Center, Ghana) after a long recess will reopen again into full session by June. We have included the Stephen Olford Legacy materials into our curriculum as Preaching I & II. Our students who are pastors and church leaders come from four primary ethnic groups: Kasenas, Builsas, Nankanis, and Mamprussis. It usually takes twelve weeks of class work and then the rest of the year is used for assignments and farming.

I ask that you join with us to pray that after long standing used, the center reopens. We have come to understand that the survival of every movement depends upon leadership. Not just any kind of leadership, but leadership who are trained to know the way in and out of that movement. The center offers training that can help build leaders for the harvest, and we are committed to this end.”