|Kingdom culture consists of people from every tribe and every nation. I love my family so much!|
In Ghana I was blessed to witness many people immersed into Christ and even was able to help lead some to Christ as well. (Acts 2:38) My father and mother in law are Spirit filled/led people who have done amazing things for the Kingdom in Africa and worldwide.
|Many awesome friendships have been built throughout these years. Miss these ladies bunches!|
|My parents had a major role in leading me to Christ though I didn't become a Christian until after I went to Africa. They never stopped showing me the love of Christ though it wasn't always (or ever!) easy.|
|They have made several trips to Africa to visit and encourage us and the Saints here.|
|Thankful for my Granddad Lacy who has always been there for me and took me to Northwest Church of Christ as a kid. I still have good childhood memories from going there. He even came to Ghana for our wedding!|
|It's been fun being part of several weddings in Africa.|
|Including my own!|
|I had my first and second babies in Africa too! (Hannah has lots of pictures, poor second child Jonathan not so much)|
|Hannah was born at a little clinic in Kumasi. I had no idea what newborns were supposed to look like so I thought my cone headed baby looked like an alien when she was born. Ha! <3|
|I got butterflies in my tummy as I was going through our old pics and kept seeing this man. I am so blessed to have such an amazing husband!|
|Family Camps were always fun and encouraging! Lots of preaching, singing, eating, etc together.|
|A major part of the ministry we helped with was with the youth. Here is a group from one of our Youth Camps. These "kids" were so much fun to work with!|
|We often organized late night basketball games with the youth as well. George who is blocking the shot in this picture is now schooling and working with us here in Cameroon.|
|We never let us having a little one bedroom apartment when we were first married stop us from having the youth over for youth nights.|
|Here are some of the students who were in my Learning to Read class in Bomso Christian Academy. They have grown up quite a bit since this was taken!|
|Hannah "helped" me teach in school from 1 week old on.|
Another one of my Learning to Read classes from a different year. BCA alllll the wayyy!!! "If you THINK enthusiastic and you ACT enthusiastic you will BE enthusiastic, YAY!!!!!"
Staff versus students games were always fun! I think we won this one. Goooo Mrs. Osebreh!
|Alexander was a little boy who used to live with us and is now still attending B.C.A.|
Bible Club! We had Bible club with children near our house in Ghana.
Weight lifting, Oh yeah!!! Our desire to have a gym ministry came from the work in Ghana.
|This is a picture of the congregation we were part of in Ghana and where Jeremiah grew up. We miss the Saints there terribly but are hoping to visit during their annual Family Camp this December if we can afford the tickets.|
|Since being in Africa I have been blessed to visit many places around the world. Here is a picture taken in India where my beloved sister in law and her family are missionaries. We went to take part in the All Asian Mission Forum, which was great!|
Before choosing to live in Cameroon we made a survey trip to Burkina Faso. We didn't have a vehicle until we moved to Cameroon but Jeremiah's dad was kind enough to take us in his van and gave us his input on the country. We also considered moving to Ivory Coast but that was crossed off quickly as they were having a civil war at the time and it wouldn't be safe for a family with small children to live.
A couple of times we had a chance to visit our good friends, Amy and Bruno, who are ministering in Togo and are a big encouragement to us.
I hope you have enjoyed these pictures that show a small part of our journey these past 10 years. We give all honor, glory and praise to God for all He has done! Amen!