I was born in occultism. I used to help my father to serve our fetish. One day, I became seriously sick and although ceremonies were performed for years, I did not
recover good health until I was taken to a hospital. I decided that I will not serve Satan any more but rather go to church and worship God. A sister invited me one day in their church which was a Baptist church. There, someone talked to me about Christís love. Thus I confessed my sins to God and I received Christ as my Lord and my Savior. Iím sure to go with Jesus in Heaven even if He comes today.
After my salvation, with the help of God, I gave myself to biblical study which enabled
me to know the Lord more. When I was reading the Bible, I was inspired by a verse. It
was Isaiah 6: 8 which says: Ďí who should I send?Ē, and I responded: Ďíhere Iím, send meíí. I began teaching an adults Sunday School class and many years after, I wrote down my name (enrolled) in a biblical training course and by the grace of God, Iím serving with the Lordís calling as the Pastor of the New Testament Baptist Church in my locality of Vogan. From there I have trained three men who are now pastors and I have evangelized six villages and started six other churches. We have seen nearly 200 souls come to Christ and baptized more than half of them. I speak French and Togolese, which is my native language. My church can afford to pay me $90 monthly and we need a little more to help feed and clothe my family and help with outreach to more villages.
Every 4 months sponsorship funds are sent to the preachers. With it goes a Missionary Report Form for each one to complete and return to our office. After compilation of statistics they are forwarded by mail or email to the sponsors. Below are past report forms from this preacher. They have been modified to protect the financial data of the sponsor.
†††I come from the Vadma Sali (weavers) caste. No one is educated in our family except myself Most of the people worship dumb idols. I used to think they are so dumb to believe in the idols. They blindly follow what their forefathers believed. From my childhood onward, I liked Christians though they were poor and not proud.