Such a blessing today to be able to start the day with a half hour worship time at Theovision concluded by Theo himself.
Theovision has an upper room where people come and pray 24/7 for the ministry - I peeked a few times in the room, and there was always someone in there praying.
The worship this morning was mainly prayer and beautiful hymns sang with an African flavor. Theo concluded with a wonderful praise to our team for all that we do and for all the help we are willing to provide to his ministry.
The work was hard in the heat of Ghana... especially for the people on the roof... I spent on and off 4 hours up there, but it was all worth it. We helped primarily with creating grids of rebar and wire for the roof in preparation for pouring the concrete tomorrow.
Later in the afternoon, Theovision decided to interview individually our whole team for a documentary that they will do when the building is finished. The main questions were related to why we are here and what we hope to accomplish. Theovision will let us have the footage before we leave back to the U.S.
Overall, a veil has come down and we're made quite a few friends among the locals today. We were focusing on trying to identify witnessing opportunities with Abeniezar (foreman for the rebar department) and Rachid (a Muslim from Togo specialized in bending wire, who has an ugly scar on his neck). Everyone like Abeniezar- he is such a character.
We also met the president of HCJB Global today, Wayne Pederson, who happens to be in Ghana for two weeks. We'll see him again during the next few days.
Thank you Father, for a wonderful day- we totally rely on you for tomorrow. Please give us the wisdom to know how to proclaim your salvation to the people that we'll be in contact with. Amen.
View from the Upper Room: