29 Villages Served---River baptisms in some of them
34 Christian Libraries Established
1100 Children’s feet washed and were given shoes
625 Prisoners’ feet washed and were given shoes, tooth brushes and tooth paste
25 Messengers were given to villages—Those are the hand held devises from
InTouch Ministry with over 100 sermons by Charles Stanley on them. The villages
use these as their sermons for church services.
350 Bibles studies for personal study were given to villagers and prisoners who
indicated that they wanted to learn more about the Bible and how to live a mature
life in Christ.
We provided the materials and supervision to build a much-needed Chapel in the
New Amsterdam prison. The inmates did the work.
6 Prisons visited
New Amsterdam Prisons (men’s and women’s) visited twice a month
Hospital visitation continues—many salvations with this one on one time.
Mahaica Girls’ Home visited twice a month—Bible study and Scripture memory
NOC-juvenile detention center—Services there every other Sunday. The
teenagers have started helping lead parts of the service.
(SINCE OUR WORK BEGAN IN GUYANA IN NOVEMBER 2006 THROUGH 2018)
20,991 people have indicated that they have accepted Christ
as their Savior.
Provided the funds for the prisoners to build a chapel at New
Ministered in 392 places including villages, churches,
orphanages, teen homes, prisons and others.
Ministered in every prison in Guyana and at the Guard
Training Center. We have a Christian library at every prison.
Camp Street Prison burned to the ground and we supplied the
**20 bales of toilet paper
**2000 pair of shoes
**1500 tubes of toothpaste
**1500 bars of soap
Minister bi-monthly to Juvenile Detention Center
Established and filled 365 Christian libraries
Washed the feet of 41,617 children and prisoners and then
gave them new shoes. The gospel was shared before each
3-Day Conference for women and teen girls.
VBS in Children’s Home
Minister in Girl’s Home 2 Saturdays per month
Provided 850 Bible studies for those who want to grow in their
Hospital and health clinic ministry, sharing Christ and prayer
Provided over 4,000 school bags.
Built a house for a widow who was caring for 14 children and
had previously lived in a small shack with a dirt floor.
Put a roof on a church in a river village.
Built a church.
Wired homes in 2 villages so they could take advantage of the
electricity that became available in their area.
Partnered with a Girls’ Home where we ministered to physical
needs as well as spiritual and psychological needs. We took a
Christian counselor to spend time there on more than one
occasion. We put in a water pump, re-wired the house,
built 4 sets of bunk beds, put in a gas stove, built 2 gates to
add security, and provided plumbing work.
Christmas concert and evangelistic message and gifts given
in every prison and juvenile detention center in the country.
The list could go on. All of this was done to God’s glory and
only by His provision.