SICE 2017 Has Ended Successfully

18 August 2017
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18 August 2017, Comments: 0

“Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his love endures forever.” – 1 Chronicles 16:34

It’s with great joy and gratitude to God that we announce the safe arrival of our student-missionaries from the mission field. This officially brings to an end our Students In Church Evangelism (SICE) programme for the year 2017.

This year’s SICE has been one of a kind. We have experienced God’s faithfulness and provision in diverse ways. Through our associates and ministry partners, God supplied all our needs which made SICE 2017 both possible and a great blessing to all participants.

For both Southern and Northern SICE, we had a total of 226 participants reaching out to 30 communities in Krachi West and Nchumburu Districts of Northern Volta and Walewale in the Northern Region. Besides other evangelistic activities like Gospel film shows and one-on-one evangelism, we conducted a total of 17 medical outreaches in various communities. By God’s grace, a total of 12,304 men, women and children were exposed to the Gospel. We had 2,437 new converts, and as at the time we were leaving the communities 361 of the new converts had been discipled. Our STICS missionaries are been deployed to serve 1 year as national service in most of the SICE communities to continue the work of discipleship.

Each team deployed to different communities in both Krachi West and Nchumburu districts and Mamprusi west district have returned safely with unique testimonies of God’s mighty works among the unreached people groups. Be on the lookout for a complete report of stories and testimonies.

Follow this link to browse our SICE 2017 photo album on facebook.

“All this is for your benefit, so that the grace that is reaching more and more people may cause thanksgiving to overflow to the glory of God.” – 2 Corinthians 4:15

 

 

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