Evans is from northern. Ghana. His mother converted from Islam when he was young, and led him to Christ. As a young teenager he was active in the Elim Christian Center in Accra Ghana. After graduating from Ghana Christian University in 2009, he entered into an internship with WorldVenture Ghana, which led him to a … Continue reading Evans & Jeanette Walton. Ghana. Began Serving 2016
Black Missionary History William Henry Sheppard. Congo. Served 1890 - 1910 The latest blog post. Read. Respond. I always love to hear from you!
George Brown was born July 25, 1801 on Newport Island in Rhode Island. In 1828 he came to know the Lord and become a part of the Methodist Episcopal faith – and ordained as both an elder and a deacon (diaconal minister) and commissioned to preach around the USA. In 1831 – he was licensed … Continue reading George S. Brown. Liberia. Served 1836 – 1886
Black Missionary History John Day. Liberia, Sierra Leone, Central Africa. Served 1830 - 1856
Rev. Prince Williams was an escaped slave from South Carolina – he fled to St. Augustine Florida. He was the first African-American Baptist missionary to the Bahama Islands. He left Saint Augustine, FL, around 1790 headed for Nassau. On August 1, 1790, he obtained land and ground breaking ceremonies for Bethel’s Meeting House commenced on Monday, … Continue reading Prince Williams. Bahamas Islands. Served 50 years