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2015 Education Trip (Community Health Evangelism) – by Beth

Community Health Evangelism The purpose of the Heartbeat for Africa trip was to serve the West Africa Community Health Evangelism (CHE) network director in any…(View More)

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Ghana Education Trip 2015 – Julie’s Story

Hot flashes, fuzzy memory, mood changes, lack of energy – these are symptoms many people readilyassociate with menopause and see as a normal part of…(View More)

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Ghana Education Trip 2015 – Paul’s Story

The team was in a Church service the day after we arrived in Navrongo northern Ghana, when God stepped in to emphasize a message.  Opening…(View More)

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Ghana Education Trip 2015 – Beth’s Story

Several people told me to expect a “what am I doing here” moment during the trip. For me that moment came the first day in Ghana….(View More)

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Ghana Medical Mission – Liz Koladish’s Story

I have been to Ghana four times and I cannot remember the name of all the villages that I have been to or remember every…(View More)

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Ghana Medical Mission – Lindsay’s Story

May 1 will be a day that is forever burned into my heart. We headed down to the lake to board a boat that would take…(View More)

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Gambia-Ghana: Kemoy Addai-Gyansa’s Story

I recently traveled with Heartbeat for Africa to Gambia and Ghana.  My most memorable moment on this trip was being with the women in Gambia…(View More)

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Gambia-Ghana: David Addai-Gyansa’s Story

Our trip to West Africa was amazing in many respects. We ministered and were ministered to… We traveled to Gambia for the first week of…(View More)

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Ghana 2013 – Medical Mission

Dear Family and Friends, It is with great joy that we send out a thank you letter to all who prayed and supported us during…(View More)

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Sierra Leone 2013 – Medical Mission

It is very late in the evening when we arrive by ferry in Sierra Leone’s capital, Freetown. Our team of four, three medical students and…(View More)