Five young men in Ghana spend their days riding motorbikes across the country on an important mission. Each of them carries a projection kit to show the JESUS Film in different villages, some of them completely unreached with the Gospel!
They are called the Jesus Film Riders.
Reagan Opoku Agyeman, one of the Jesus Film Riders says, “Jesus Christ has given us the commandment that we should all go into the world (Matthew 20:18-20). So that’s why I do this!”
All of these young men are college graduates. But instead of starting their careers in the marketplace, they are devoted to sharing Christ through the JESUS Film, produced by Jesus Film Project.
It’s not easy. They must ride across rugged terrain — often for hours — to reach remote and isolated villages. Each Jesus Film Rider must be willing to go anywhere, sleep anywhere, and eat anything.
Another Jesus Film Rider, Lord Cyrus Nyamenlewoke says, “I’ve been inspired by St. Francis of Assisi spreading the Gospel to places that were dangerous to his life. And so it inspires me to know that I can also do something for God and my life.”
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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Lyndsey Koh
CALL TO ACTION
- Pray for the Church in Ghana to continue to grow and add new believers to their numbers!
- Thank the Lord for passionate young believers like the Jesus Film Riders committed to the Great Commission.
- Ask the Holy Spirit to be preparing hearts to hear the Good News of Christ in unreached villages.