The Navigators of Ghana

As part of the 50th Anniversary celebration of the Navigators of Ghana, the organization has presented some items to the Hope Way Ministries orphanage home. The items which included stationery, clothes, foodstuff, and toiletries among others were given to support the work by the Hopeway ministries Children Home at Haatso.

In his acceptance of the items worth thousands of cedis, the manager of the home, Pastor Ashely stated that,
“People everywhere should refrain from calling these homes designed for vulnerable children orphanage homes because the word orphan creates a miserable kind of picture in the minds of these children: A children’s home is most appropriate.”

In his brief remarks, Dr. Kwasi Nimako Boateng, a member of the Ghana Navigators Leadership Team stated that;
The Ghana Navigators are a people who believe in the relational movement of the Gospel of Jesus and that, the Gospel has no boundaries in terms of who hears it, believes, and accepts it.

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The vulnerable in the society are very key targets when it comes to the movement or sharing of the Gospel and so, we (Ghana Navigators) are motivated to initiate our lasting relationship with the Hope ways ministries with this kind gesture.

The Ghana Navigators is a Parachurch discipleship organization that focuses on DISCIPLESHIP and helping Christians to grow in their walk with God.  Their calling is to “advance the Gospel of Jesus Christ and His kingdom into the nations through spiritual generations of laborers living and discipling among the lost”.

The organization has been in Ghana since 1974 and has transformed many lives and destinies, including the likes of Apostle J. F. K Mensah (founder of Christlike Disciplemakers Movement), Rev. Dr. Jona Kwotuah (The Academic Dean of the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, Northern Campus) through the power of the Gospel.

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Their work cuts across secondary schools, university campuses, workplaces, marketplaces, communities, and churches, among others. They are currently present in KNUST, the University of Ghana, Ashesi, and a few secondary schools. In July 2024, the Navigators Ghana will be celebrating 50 years of impact and transforming lives in Ghana and beyond. And the gesture to the orphanage home forms part of the series of activities leading to the exercise.

You can partner with the Ghana Navigators today by giving to support the ministry’s work for the next 50 years and also requesting to be helped in your Christian journey through a life-on-life discipleship programme
Anyone who wants to donate to the Navigators of Ghana can do so with the link below.

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https://donate.changoapp.com/campaign/658ed7b282e7e

Contact The Navigators of Ghana

42Olusengu Obasanjo Highway, Dzorwulu, Accra

Digital Address: GA-090-7829
P. O. Box 9218
KIA, Accra – Ghana.
+233245 508 847 / +233 270 377 070

The Navigators of Ghana Working Day

Monday-Friday: 9 am–5 pm

The Navigators of Ghana Website

[email protected]
Visit the Navigators’ website to read more about the organization’s work and the various ways to partner with them in building the kingdom of God.
God bless you.  

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