I am so thrilled to be leaving for Ghana for 5 weeks in just a few days, my longest stay since my first trip 35 years ago. The joy and anticipation is overwhelming, and the possibilities that lie ahead seem limitless.
This week Senyo, Hope for Ghana’s Ground Operations Assistant, presented the village of Kporwuvi with the gift of clean, potable water thanks to the continued benevolence of Grace Life Church. The water crisis in Ghana is emotionally seen in the video below. Over the next 5 weeks, Senyo and I will provide 10 more villages with this gift of life.
I am humbled and grateful for Hope for Ghana’s incredible partnership with Brother’s Brother Foundation, today forging a collaboration to bring solar power and clean water to Hope for Ghana’s third school, and bring desperately needed medical supplies to rural Ghana. Work on Lawrence’s School of Hope will resume, bringing the structure to the level of the roof.
Moments ago I heard from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that Hope for Ghana’s story will be the feature story of their Goodness section this coming Sunday.
So much joy awaits over the next 5 weeks, and I look forward to sharing the beauty of the amazing Ghanaian people, the faces of hope, and the celebration of this next chapter of Hope for Ghana with you.
Ghana, I’ll be there in 3 days!