Our Mission to Africa

 

Our church supports a Christian school in Kpong, Ghana, where the pastor’s wife, Ruth, had been the head-mistress in the early 1990s.

There are presently 400 students enrolled at Roy International School. It is considered an “international” school because the lessons are taught in English — an international language — and not just in a tribal language.

Christian Assembly in Jackson, Michigan, provides the only outside support which this institution receives. When you invest in children, you invest in the future. We are honored to be simply a channel of God’s blessings to them.

Below are some pictures from the school:

1941-2006

Dan  Botwe, founder

1941-2006

The Botwe Children

They are now carrying on with the school after the passing of their father.

The original building which was destroyed in a storm

The new structure in 2002

Here comes the choir — wearing the robes we sent them. 

These are our teachers.

Celebrating Ghana’s Independence Day — March 6, 2005

A final note of thanks

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