In just a few days I will leave for Ghana to continue Hope for Ghana’s mission and I will cherish landing on Ghanaian soil like never before. I have been in Ghana for nearly 35 years, but this will be the most emotional visit of my lifetime. It is my long awaited return since Ghana’s President closed all entry into Ghana only 2 days before my intended flight last year.
Coronavirus changed all of us, but I refused to let Coronavirus stop Hope for Ghana’s mission. While working remotely over the last year, and depending heavily on the work of Senyo, our Ground Operations Assistant, Hope for Ghana accomplished a hugely successful Coronavirus Crisis Response, a 6 village Christmas Celebration, and most importantly provided clean, potable water to 11 villages in dire need.
I will arrive at Kotoka International Airport on Thursday with tears of joy. Join me on Facebook and Instagram and share this joyous journey as Hope for Ghana finishes building and opens its second school, brings clean water to more villages, provides a privately sponsored Widows and Orphans Celebration, shares the more than 400 pounds of clothes and other surprises being loaded into my luggage, provides apprentice sponsorships for young men and women seeking a future, and much more.
Thank you for being a huge part of this journey. I look forward to sharing the beauty of the amazing Ghanaian people, the faces of hope, and the celebration of life with you.