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Over the course of the last five years, First Baptist Church of Kennett Square has grown in relationship with the Good News Baptist Church (GNBC) of Lomé, Togo and their evangelical outreach organization, the Good News Soldiers (GNS). Read more about that here and here.

God has grown what began as the occasional sharing of prayer requests over instant messenger into GNS being recognized as an official NGO in Togo and, very recently, a recognized partner of International Ministries (IM).

GNS is a network of churches and volunteers in Liberia, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Burkina Faso, Togo, Benin, and Nigeria. Their ministry takes the good news of the Gospel to small villages throughout these countries in a number of ways, including:

  • running vacation Bible schools
  • discipling local leadership
  • childhood education
  • teaching people to make soap from available materials for their own hygiene and for sale to support their families
  • distributing soap and masks in Togo during the COVID-19 pandemic

Support the family of Rev. Raymond Afangbedjee and Good News Baptist Church

Click to donate and choose “D-Togo Good News Soldiers”

Working for the Lord of the harvest

All of the activities of the ministry are funded by the income of the Afangbedjee family. The on-going COVID-19 pandemic has had an outsized effect on West Africa generally and on this family’s ability to earn a wage and find a stable living situation in particular. Please consider contributing to their support. A few ongoing donations of $5/month would be very impactful.

Donate musical instruments and tech.

We are working to fill a 20′ cargo container with gently used musical instruments and technology to be distributed from Lomé all across GNS territory.  Click to learn more.

E-mail to coordinate pickup of instrument or technology donations.

Click below and select “D-Togo Good News Soldiers” to make a cash donation and offset shipping costs.

Get to know the family behind

Please consider a recurring donation to support this family and their ministry in West Africa.  Click to learn more about the Good News Soldiers and the Good News Baptist Church.

Click below and select “D-Togo Good News Soldiers”

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