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A Helpful Resource in Ghana

Sunday July 10, 2011 20:00

For several years we have been corresponding with our friends Ferguson & Tina Kcofie. Ferguson is pastor of a Reformed Baptist church in Dansoman Estates, Accra Ghana and is one of the driving forces behind "The Reformed Project, Ghana", a website aimed primarily at proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ as it was proclaimed in the Protestant Reformation. Central in this proclamation are the Doctrines of Grace and the 5 Solas of salvation (see our tract, The Five Foundations, for a short summary of these statements). We would recommend this website (http://reformedproject.org) to anyone in Ghana, and to those elsewhere in the world who are looking for biblical teaching, or who want to know more about what is happening in that part of Africa.

 

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