Today the team started out the first session by asking if anyone received something during soaking. The woman who came up to demonstrate joy with PMP yesterday came up to share that she had a dream that two people came to her house, prayed for her, then told her to clap her hands (to thank God), then disappeared. Janet (who was healed of the goiter last year) saw a vision of four angels.
PMP offered a message that focused on Psalms 1 and the difference between the righteous and the wicked. For a demonstration, the team helped two Ghanaian groups act out two parts of the passage in a short drama. This was a whole new way to help them capture what it looks like to be “a tree firmly planted by streams of water” (Psalms 1:3).
The team led two afternoon workshops to help equip the KBS participants. Kim ushered in a new sound with a prophetic worship workshop. She facilitated the creation of a worship song in their native language, by asking who had an adjective to describe God. One-by-one people started to chime in, and soon they were all singing a beautiful song that they personally contributed to.
Rachel led the second workshop to teach English greetings, emotions, and parts of the body. After the workshops were over, participants excitedly ran up to team members to ask “What is your name?” and “How are you?” Through these simple conversations and integrated worship, we felt a great sense of unity with our Ghanaian friends!