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November/December 2005 Volume: 22 Number: 10
Issue: November/December 2005
Volume: 22 Number: 10
Come Join Our Army
» The Gift Beyond Words
Partners in Mission
» Introduction
» Mexico
» South America West Territory
» Eastern Territory officers and lay personnel on overseas service
» 'Hands On' Ghana
» Feeding Programs
» Financial Aid
Letters to the Editor
» Letters
Vantage Point
» Doing the Most Good
» An unusual gift
» Love at Christmas — and always
» First impressions
» How Does God Dream?
» 'Leave No Comrade Behind'
Prayer & Praise
» Prayer Requests
Territorial News
» Strengthening the 'Patchwork Family'
» 'Mother Teresa in you'
» 'Prison camp' setting for youth councils
» 'Submerged' in ministry
» A 'center for Christian love'
» On the March
National News
» Hurricane relief continues along Gulf Coast
World News
» Salvation Army aids victims of Pakistan earthquake
» High Council to elect new General
» Back to Russia — with love and prayer
» Eastern officers help in Liberia
Around the Territory
» Under the big tent
» 'Look in — reach out'
» Reels installed at WEPASA Camp Meetings
» 'Salvation Army Day' at the Grove
» Snapshots
Promoted to Glory
» Lt. Colonel Olof Lundgren: Leader, Friend, and Christian Gentleman
» Lt. Colonel Olof Lundgren
» William J. Moss
Expression of Thanks
» Thanks
 
 
Partners in Mission
'Hands On' Ghana
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Five young Salvationists from the USA Eastern Territory—Andrew Garcia, Nealson Munn, Sandra Pierre, Erika Lynn Stuart, and Jana Walter—spent last summer ministering in Africa as members of the Hands On Mission Team assigned to Ghana. The team served in urban ministry at the Mamobi Urban Aid Clinic and the Anidasofie ['House of Hope'] Street Girls Training Center, and in rural areas such as Duakwa and the West Akim Division.

Munn reported that the Salvationists in Ghana were "unfailingly friendly and gracious" and "buoyed by a contagious energy. " "I hope to bring some of the joy of the Ghana Territory home with me to the USA, " said Munn, "and I hope that Ghana itself benefited from the brief ministry of the Hands On Team."

Look for more of the team's story— their moving experiences in the aid clinics, their memories of worshiping with the Ghanaian Salvationists, their battles with health issues—in the January 2006 edition of Good News! That issue will also feature stories from the 2005 Hands On Spain mission team and information about upcoming opportunities for young people to serve in Hands On ministries.


Ghanaian school children gather to meet and greet the Hands On team members.