All of us are God’s children—no exceptions. At Ghana Ministries, we take our Savior’s message to heart by providing helpful healthcare and education to our young, orphaned brothers and sisters in poverty-stricken areas. Whether it’s providing access to clean water, improving bathroom facilities or dispensing much needed dental and medical care our team is doing everything we can to treat our neighbors as we would want to be treated while spreading the gospel. From the moment we visited an orphanage in 2016, we knew Ghana was where God was calling us. We now have opportunities to care for those outside of the orphanage’s walls as well. With planned medical and dental teams we will provide services to the under-served thereby reducing the need for orphanages, if even on a small scale. We are committed not just to being hearers of the Word, but doers also. We are blessed to have a team of volunteers and donors who make our work possible. Since beginning our aid efforts, it has been exciting to see the impact on the people we have grown to love in Ghana. Through our endeavors with local administrators, community leaders and staff, our team is putting more resources into the right places fulfilling Matthew 25:40 “The King will reply, Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.”

Be the Change

Serving the children of Ghana through Education and Healthcare with Christ as our focus.

“Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.”

James 1:27

What Makes Ghana Ministries Different?

Trustworthy Partnership

We recognize it is our responsibility to vet, to the best of our ability, anyone receiving funds and ensure that funds are used for the intended purposes. Thorough research is done to verify the legitimacy of the needs of an individual, orphanage or village. Monitoring is continuous and follow-up is consistent and ongoing.

Hands-On Ministry

“Hands-on” is our approach. We believe in being the hands and feet of Jesus which is why our team strives for quarterly visits. We keep in direct involvement with projects we are funding. We are also in constant contact with our resident team members.

Caring and Talented Team

Ghana Ministries is made up of such a unique team of individuals who truly feel so blessed to be a part of this organization!
To find a group of people like this who want to be used by God in whichever way He sees fit, who feels called to this mission, who has a heart to serve, and a passion to love…only God have made up this team!  Each of their talents and abilities are being used to reach many for the Kingdom.
medical care

This brings us to 16 year old Shalinda Akosah. In June 2019 Dr. Asamoah performed surgery to debulk a tumor in her left cheek. She was supposed to receive chemotherapy and radiation in the area post-surgery but, as is so common in a developing country, the family could not cover the costs and she went without the necessary treatments. Her tumor grew quickly in a short period of time. In January 2020 Shalinda visited Dr. Asamoah and with Ghana Ministries we made arrangements for her to receive the treatment she so desperately needed. Her father, Rogers, was not a believer but has now given his life to Christ!

15 year old Gladys was brought to us in November 2020 with a large, facial  myoepithelioma, a benign tumor. Her father abandoned the family  leaving Grace, Gladys mother, to care for Gladys, her 10 year old sister Doris and 1 year old twins Paul and Blessing.
Gladys’s mother works in the fields  and received very little support from her community as Gladys’ condition labeled her as “cursed”. They could not afford the medical care she so desperately needed. Thanks to donors we were able to sponsor Gladys and she had extensive surgery in January 2021 to remove the tumor. Gladys is a happy, kind, intelligent young lady who aspires to be a nurse one day.

This little fellow had a problem with  the fluid in his  brain accumulating. We  were able to pay for a shunt to permanently drain the fluid.

Baby S. She had a rather large opening in her spine. We provided testing and supportive care. Sadly, she passed before the surgical repair could be done.

Baby K

Three year old “K” had a tumor on his kidney. We met him at the end of his treatment. Through donations were were able to pay his remaining hospital bills so he and his family could return to their village.