Reach the People Ministries
Everywhere We Go, We Talk About Christ
To All Who Will Listen. Col 1:28 TLB

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RPM Announces New Website
Reach the People Ministries (RPM) launched its web site on Saturday, September 1, 2007, with a fresh new look. rpmread more

Kunsu Project Report - (video report)
We took the Gospel of Christ to 16 towns and villages in the Kunsu District, near Dwinyama in the Ashanti Region. rpmread more

Church Planting
Learn more about our Church Planting events
School Ministry
Reaching Africa's youth with the Salvation message of God
Mercy Missions
Medical Missions, Bible distributions, Used Clothing distributions, etc
Mission Training
Leadership and Discipleship training


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Celebrating 20 years. A look back.

January - March 2007 Newsletter

January - March 2007    click here to download expanded PDF Version
Hurray!!! By God’s grace, we have made it to the twenty-year journey in Ministry. This past February marked the 20th Anniversary of our call into full-time missionary work. Our mission outreach trips have taken us to the length and breadth of Ghana and some neighboring countries, including Togo and Ivory Coast. The Lord has used us to plant hundreds of churches and also strengthened many existing ones. There are more fields yet to cover, but with your partnership, we hope to expand in this great work. We are proud to be still committed to go to all the remote villages and make Jesus known to all who will listen.

Unloading mission equipment from truck. FIRST QUARTER RESULTS
We worked in three separate districts in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. Dwinyama, South Suntreso and Nyinahin all close to Kumasi. A breakdown of the results for the quarter in review are as follows:

We preached to about 22,000 people with over 11,000 taking decisions for Christ. We had 31 Film Crusades, visited 40 schools and organized 5 Evangelism Seminars.
Our total church planting stands at 160 in our 20 years of ministry.

The table below describes the result of our activities for January to March.


No. of Events



Film Crusade




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A CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN A MUSLIM COMMUNITYNew converts gather for Church service.
Attakrom, about an hours drive away from Kumasi on the Sunyani road, is a small village community without a single church and mostly inhabited by Muslims. A church was started on January 19, 2007 in response to an overwhelming acceptance to the Gospel of Christ by the village crowds that attended our Jesus film crusade event. Since then, Sunday church services are taking place there every week. We are very pleased and encouraged by the movement of the Gospel in Attakrom and rejoice for what the Lord has done in this village community.

NEED - The leader for this new church walks from another distant village to Attakrom, and needs a bicycle for quick transportation in order to be more effective in following up with new members of the church. A bicycle at his disposal will enhance his evangelism work around the surrounding villages and also help immensely in his follow-up with new converts. Please pray that this and other needs of the young church be met soon.

Seminar attendees share testimonies.A. Yeboah said he lives in a different district, but was invited to attend one of our seminars at Subronum near Dwinyama. He accepted the invitation because he dreamed of attending a forum where he would learn how to take his relationship with God more seriously. He was glad for attending and learning so many new things by the end of the seminar. He was blessed to know the short method to present the salvation message to the lost.
E. Ahin said; “I thought when one accepts Jesus as his Lord and Savior, and
sins thereafter, he has to accept Christ again. I am happy to learn that Jesus is received into a person’s heart only once, but there is a need for rededication when one falls.”
E. Antwi said the seminar was an eyeopener to him. He went on to say that he
thought he could hide his sins and continue to live a happy life. He now understands 1 John 1:9 and the provision God has made for him in case he falls into sin.

Monday, January 22, 2007 was a dark day in the life of Eugene Narh’s family. My wife Emma was away at work when thieves broke into our house and made away with our properties, including money for our first quarter project and remittances for the staff of RPM. This was a painful challenge that came at the time the team was in the Ashanti Region of Ghana for an outreach. We would like you to continue to pray with us as we plan to relocate.

As many of you are aware, we are still trusting the Lord to replace our old 4x4 double cabin Toyota truck. Also, some of our urgent needs are a 220/240
volts power generator, some full range speaker boxes, an amplifier and cordless microphones. We are also believing in the Lord to receive a cinema van (a container built truck) for our projects. It is much safer to carry all of our equipment in a container vehicle, especially considering our remote mission fields.

ministry. Our budget funds are realized only through the gifts of our friends and partners like you who believe in what we are doing. Pray
with us for the Lord to raise individuals that will support our ministry on a regular basis. We pray that you will be part of our mission work, if you are not already involved. God bless you for having a heart for missions.

We Hope to hear from you soon.

Yours in His Vineyard

Eugene & Emma Narh

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