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Rural Africa Outreach

Lessons from the Battlefield

In our Ministry, catering to the needs of underserved people in rural Ghana can be likened to battlefield operations. In ...
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The Manifold Grace of God

By Pastor William Agbeti 1 Peter 4:10 says: "As every man hath received the gift, [even so] minister the same ...
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Compound Blessing

The way we grow up often impacts what we do in life. I want to share with you a story ...
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Consumed with politics

There are so many things happening so fast in the world that it is difficult to focus. The Senate released ...
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In this political season human trafficking rises

One of the evilest systems upon the face of the earth is the trafficking of humans, especially children. We see ...
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Bittersweet Blessings

In the wake of the rising numbers of COVID-19 cases in Ghana, and the attendant hardships it is exacting on ...
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The Compound Blessing

As America begins to celebrate Independence Day with cook outs and family meals, please take some time to read this ...
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The least of these

While America was celebrating the Memorial Day weekend with cookouts, burgers and dogs (even in semi-lockdown mode), across the world ...
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Doers of the word are saving lives during COVID-19

Against the backdrop of Democrats, the news media, and Hollywood entertainers adding nothing to improve the COVID-19 situation in America ...
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Humanitarian Efforts in full swing in COVID-19 affected areas

By Pastor William Agbeti, Accra, Ghana We have had five (5) dedicated teams of volunteers, spread across four (4) rural ...
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Famine in the wake of the COVID-19 pestilence

As COVID-19 cases approach 150,000 in America and over 2,000 deaths, there is an eerie feeling about the future. There ...
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The millstone of injustice and suffering

Our mission trip to Ghana to The Daily Jot’s work with Pastor William Agbeti in the rural areas of Ghana ...
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Human Trafficking—the evil organization

Anna (not her real name) was one of the fortunate ones. She was ready to take that fatal step of ...
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Human Trafficking—the dream and the nightmare

This is the story of Anna (not her real name) who, by the grace of God, was saved from being ...
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The courage of Busuafise

The Daily Jot ministry first started supporting the Christ Fellowship church in rural Busuafise about 10 years ago. At that ...
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A lack of knowledge

Hosea 4:6 says, “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.” Contextually, the verse is speaking about rejecting the law ...
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The Mission at Hand

My son Christian and I are flying to Ghana, West Africa. From now until we return on the 16th, we ...
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The heart of human trafficking—Part II

The US State Department’s yearly report on human trafficking identifies the problems and even has some stories to put a ...
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The heart of human trafficking—Part 1

In Islam there is a religious permission to lie, “Taqiyya,” which allows Muslims to lie to non-believers to advance the ...
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Agbogbloshie—You need to know

It stretches for over four miles on the banks of the Korle Lagoon.  Journalists say that over 40,000 Ghanians live ...
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Another young girl saved from human trafficking

You have read some of what we are dealing with regarding human trafficking. It’s a big problem in Ghana, West ...
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Let’s fight this horrible evil

Daily Jot readers are extremely interested in our efforts to stop human trafficking. Here is an update as it's been ...
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The Mission as we enter the new year

Christ said in Mark 16:15, “Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.” He said ...
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Fire lit in America, starts burning in Africa

This is how one person with a vision can change and save lives a half a world away. Our ministry ...
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Rural Ghana children receiving bread and the Word of God

At our free meals program a few months back for some 200 children, we were faced with the stark reality ...
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Feeding a community of children

By Pastor William Agbeti As early as 8am Sunday morning, February 5, they started pouring in. Two hundred and sixteen ...
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Caring for those even the Church ignores: The Disabled in Ghana

By Pastor William Agbeti  [NOTE: In addition to our ongoing clean water, feeding, and clothing efforts when you support The Daily Jot, ...
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Fighting Islamic Extremism

The US State Department in November sent an entourage to Nigeria to investigate the ongoing slaughter of Christians there. International ...
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