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September Newsletter

A quick update on what we’ve been doing at Catalyst For Africa and what lies ahead. We had an incredible time of ministry in Ghana in August. We are grateful for the Grace Church mission team from Cape Coral, Florida that ministered so ably with us in Ghana.  They’ve been partnering with the Mozley family since 2000. Since 2013, they’ve actively supported Catalyst For Africa.  On many occasions, we have ministered with them in their home churches in the greater Ft. Myers area and in Ghana.


Heard the compelling testimony of Mr. Raphael Botsyo, a Wheel-Chair Paralympian, who has been called to educate the country of Ghana about the needs of individuals with disabilities.

Helped build the foundation of a widow’s home, Ms. Comfort Baposin in Ayikuma, Ghana. Comfort is a caregiver at the Beacon House Orphanage.

Ministered to 20 orphans at Beacon House in Dodowa, Ghana. We washed their feet, gave them new flip-flops and spread sand in their compound to protect their feet from sharp rocks. We had the opportunity to shower them with hugs, Gospel stories, and Christ-like affection.

Traveled 15-hours by van to Tamale, Ghana to work with our mission partner, Rev. Lawrence Beka. While there, we held a one-day conference for 40 Christian leaders. On Sunday, our team preached and shared testimonies at Calvary Methodist Church. On our final day, we ministered to hundreds of people, mostly women and children, who are exiles in a “witches’ village.” Many people in the northern part of Ghana are accused of being a witch and then banished from their home village to a “witches’ village.” Most of them are wrongly accused, but are too poor or unable to counter the influence of village elders and leaders. We interacted with hundreds of village children in need of affirmation and God’s love. We prayed with several adults who were desperate for prayer.

Upcoming:

Saturday, September 10, I leave for Kampala, Uganda.  I've been invited to speak to over 1,000 East African pastoral leaders from September 12-16, at the Transform Conference.  Apostle Wilson Kulaba, leader of Jubilee Christian Life Church International, is one of the most influential pastors in Uganda.  I consider it a  privilege to preach and develop relationships with key leaders from Kenya and Uganda at his annual conference.  Please pray for God’s anointing on me and all the speakers as we communicate the Gospel.

In November, we anticipate several of our key leaders from Niger, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Cameroon and Kenya to come for a strategic meeting in the States. They will assist us in planning our long-term goals. They are visiting several churches throughout the U.S. to share their personal ministry experiences and the positive impact Catalyst For Africa has had on their ministries. We covet your prayers as we prepare for their visit.  Pray for the resources to get them here, for their visa interviews at the U.S. Consulate, and for God to allow them safe traveling mercies.  Thanks for partnering with us in these crucial ministry opportunities.

Remember, together, we are changing the world in Jesus’s name, one relationship at a time.