As part of our interview schedule this week, we traveled out to Dunkwa-on-Offin. The drive home on Friday got a little late, so we called it "off-roading for date night."
We made road trips out to Kissi, Mankessim, Asebu, Abakrampa, Abura Dunkwa, Hemang, Praso and Dunkwa-on-Offin. We had other missionaries who serve near the mission home come to us.
Fifty missionary interviews this week. Another thirty-five to go next week and that will be the last of the interviews for this quarter -- 195 total. It is exhausting, but a blast.
Saturday, I had my quarterly Coordinating Council Meeting. This meeting is under the direction of our Area Seventy, Elder Davis and consists of the Mission President and all of the Stake / District Presidents within the mission boundaries.
He is so dedicated. He conducted the meeting while suffering from Malaria. Africans are tough.
We are in the process of establishing a small unit of the Church in a town called Komenda. It is near Kissi and will receive support from that branch. The missionaries held a "fireside" meeting in Komenda last week to gauge the interest. One of their investigators didn't think the crowd was big enough so he went out and brought back three more people.
When we get approval to begin the group, they will meet in this compound until a building can be rented.
One of our members is allowing us to use the compound.
Sister Stevenson on a shopping trip with Theresa and Yvette.
We attended worship services today in the Ola University Ward.
The Sister Missionaries and two of their investigators.
"They are, however, to warn, expound, exhort, and teach, and invite all to come unto Christ."