• Liz Ortiz

ABWE Leadership visits Togo


ABWE Vice President Dave and Debbie Woodard with President Paul and Martha Davis

A year ago, Paul Davis was appointed president of ABWE. Since then, he has been traveling the world visiting the different countries that ABWE is represented in. Now it was Togo’s turn.

“ABWE’s vision has not changed,” Paul stated during a Sunday night worship service at the missionary guesthouse. “As the new president, the most common question I'm asked is, ‘What is your new vision?’” Paul explained, “Our vision is to fulfill the Great Commission by multiplying leaders, churches, and missions movements among every people.”

Ron Washer sharing a story at the aquaponics

ABWE has been around for 90 years. It's encouraging that the vision has remained the same throughout all 90 years and that the vison still rings true in Togo. During the leadership team’s time in Togo, they were able to experience first-hand the variety of ministries here. The ministries vary from medical to Christian education to aviation to church planting, and more.

An elementary class of one of the Christian schools greeting the leadership team.

It was an encouragement to have the leadership team out in Togo, and it was exciting to be able to show off some of the amazing work God is doing through the ministries here. We look forward to them coming back again to see more of the marvelous work that God is doing here in Togo.

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