The first half of our journey to Accra was smooth and uneventful.
Until … the 11 passenger van broke down. For one last time this incredible team had to dig deep and pull together as we created seats down the aisle of the coach and all 63 of us travelled the final four hours together.
We arrived in Accra where half of us relaxed and swam at the hotel while the other half headed to the market. Our flight to London was uneventful and we have just parted with our dear UK friends and those remaining in London. The rest of us are relaxing and ready to board BA 93, which looks like it may be delayed by an hour.
Don’t forget to pick us up!
Daniel K.Tettey says
I keep on thanking God and asking His endless blessing on all the medical team,staffs and all those who made it possible for making the medical exercise a fruitful success.I was grateful to join Brong Ahafo association team who undergo series of medical screening.I was amazed to see what I saw at Carpenter and how God is using Mr/Mrs Dr. Mensah to bring life to the community. May God who knows what is good for his people enriched the entire family with abundant blessings to the end of their aims.God bless you all. Amen.
Welcome home. I have enjoyed reading the updates, and can’t wait to hear the details.
Helen Taylor says
Dear Dr. Wilson,
Thank you so much for keeping us all posted on the progress of your trip. I can only imagine how blessed the Nationals in Ghana were by your medical ministry to them. The blessings you received by how you were able to help them is far more I know. My husband & I were in Ghana in 2000 on a missions trip and experienced the warmth of those wonderful people along with their exuberance in worship in song and dance… Such wonderful memories.
My sister, Sharon Broomer, has been there with you and each day I thought and prayed for your team, knowing that you were experiencing extreme heat each and every day. That is part of our experience never to be forgotten. Everyday over 100 degrees with the Nationals wearing long sleeves. It is definitely a very hot place… For sure.
By the time you receive this you should all be home with your families and surroundings, yet still in Ghana at heart.
I know God has blessed each one of you greatly and will continue to do so as each one goes to his/her respective jobs in the medical field. I know you’ll all be thankful for what you have in Canada, but also thankful for what you able to do in the developing country of Ghana.
Welcome home and may God bless each one for all that was accomplished while you were there.