Usually we have a Kara vs. Lome match at our September student seminar. This year, Kara captain Moise (l), decided to join forces and play against a team from Dapaong with the goal of evangelizing the opposing players.
Jayne meeting with members of the Kara church worship team to plan worship during the student seminar. Training leaders to lead their churches into God's presence in worship is one of Jayne's passions.
Every month in Kara, we have a short seminar after church. The fellowship meal after the seminar is an important part of the event.
The children's ministry in the village of Nadano meets under a tree.
Yes, we still have girls coming to our churches seeking help in fleeing from forced marriages. Some stay for a short while until an experienced pastor can work out the problem, some enter our Girls Program.
it is fun to watch our students grow during their time at the university. This year's first year guys are a great group to start with and it is exciting to look forward to the leaders they will become.
Worship through traditional dance is an important part of African worship.
Having students over for dinner, and then spending time getting to know them, is an important part of our ministry.
Our annual dinner on the roof at the Kara Student center, a time when we discuss what it means to live in Christian community, is always one of the highlights of our year.