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Evangelistic work -- Ghana.

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Collection 048 Records of Youth for Christ

 Collection
Identifier: CN-048
Scope and Contents Minutes, constitution and by-laws, clippings, newsletters, manuals, pamphlets, directories, press releases, audio tapes, videotapes, photographs, posters, club yearbooks, correspondence, etc., about the founding, development and growth, and activities of Youth for Christ in the USA and internationally.Collection documents organizational policies, correspondence of the organization's presidents, conventions and Bible quiz competitions, the operation of Campus Life clubs, Youth...
Dates: Created: 1944-ongoing; Other: Majority of material found in 1944-ongoing

Collection 151 Papers of Philip Quaque

 Collection
Identifier: CN 151
Scope and Contents Complete microfilmed letters of Philip Quaque, first non-European ordained priest in the Church of England, native African and missionary to the Cape Coast (present day Ghana) for the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. Microfilm includes letters and other material concerning a wide variety of SPG mission efforts in North America, 1784-91, and Africa, 1817-1855. Letters describe progress in missionary work, relations with political authorities, daily life in colonial...
Dates: Created: 1765-1855

Collection 157 Records of the United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel: Gold Coast Mission

 Collection
Identifier: CN 157
Scope and Contents

This collection consists of 12 reels of microfilm containg missionary reports and correspondence from S.P.G. mission stations correspondence of eighteenth century missionaries Thomas Thompson and Philip Quaque, and correspondence of the twentieth century Committee for Women's Work. Microfilmed from originals in possession of the U.S.P.G. in London.

Dates: Created: 1753-1933

Collection 346 Oral History Interview with Joshua Adjabeng

 Collection
Identifier: CN 346
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Joshua Adjabeng in which he discusses his childhood in Ghana, family, conversion to Christianity, education at Wheaton College; the Church of the Pentecost, evangelistic work among university students, Christian literature in Ghana. Other topics discussed include the condition of the church in Ghana, African Pentecostalism, and a comparison of the Christian church and Ghana and the United States. The time period covered by the interview is 1950-1986....
Dates: Created: 1986

Collection 504 Oral History Interview with Samuel K. Mills

 Collection
Identifier: CN 504
Scope and Contents Oral history interviews with Samuel Kirk Mills in which he discusses his childhood in Ghana, conversion to Christianity, involvement with Calvary Road, Inc. and the African Christian Mission, memories of Kwame Nkrumah, the use of drama in evangelism in Ghana, views on the strengths and weaknesses of Christianity in his country, Christianity and Islam in Ghana, different Christian traditions in Ghana, Mills' impressions of Wheaton College and Moody Bible Institute, origins of Africa Christian...
Dates: Created: 1995

Collection 553 Oral History Interview with Alex Sackey-Ansah

 Collection
Identifier: CN 553
Scope and Contents Oral history interviews with Alex Atempo Sackey-Ansah in which he describes his family, conversion and spiritual development, education, joining Pioneers­Africa, distinctives and programs of the mission, his responsibilities, Pioneers­Africa director Solomon Aryeetey, Church of Pentecost, the church in Ghana, missions in Africa, African missionaries, church planting philosophy and process, conflict resolution in Africa, American perceptions of Africa and the African church, establishing a...
Dates: Created: 1998

Collection 669 Oral History Interviews with Samuel Boateng

 Collection
Identifier: CN 669
Scope and Contents Three oral history interviews with Samuel Boateng in which he describes his family and growing up in an impoverished part of Accra, Ghana; journey to faith as a Christian; personal witness and devotional practices; starting a youth group in his Pentecostal church; education in Ghana, South Africa, United Kingdom, and the United States; leadership in Ghana Fellowship of Evangelical Students at the University of Cape Coast; church planting ministry, influential mentors including Gottfried and...
Dates: 2013

Collection 714 Papers of Julius Hagan

 Item
Identifier: CN 714
Scope and Contents Photograph and oral history interview with Julius Hagan, an evangelist and church planter from Ghana. Topics discussed in interviews include early family life in Accra, Ghana, Christian culture of Ghana, school life, struggle with alcohol, conversion and freedom from addiction, further education, spiritual disciplines and experiences, evangelism through the Christlike Disciplemakers Movement and Bible College, work evangelizing fellow students at the University of Ghana and Ghent University,...
Dates: 24 January 2020