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Friday, April 3, 2009

Missionary Sunday - May 3, 2009

Wayside Gospel Chapel will be conducting a special Missionary Sunday worship service on May 3, 2009 with Pastor Noah Quarshie. The service will begin at 10:30 a.m. Noah has ministered at Wayside several times in the past, and we are excited about having him with us once again! Don't miss this opportunity to be ministered to by Pastor Quarshie, and to learn what the Lord is doing in Ghana!

Pastor Noah Quarshie is a national missionary in Ghana, West Africa, where he is the president of Shalom Indigenous Ministries which consists of the Baptist Institute of Professional Studies (BIPS), and the BIPS Secondary Technical School, and is the pastor of Baptist Bible Church. He is the author of A Bird's Eye View of the Bible (Clarks Green, PA: Outreach-Ministries, 1983), 214 pp., and has also published several booklets on a variety of Biblical, theological and educational topics.

Noah was born in Ghana in 1946, attended elementary and high school there, was saved in 1969 through the ministry of Back to the Bible Broadcast, and baptized in 1970 at the Christiansburg Baptist Church. He served as a deacon and Sunday School teacher from 1971 to 1974. In 1974 Noah married his wife Adelaide. They have two children, Deborah and Enoch.

The Quarshie Family

Noah came to the USA in 1974, studying at Shelton College, Cape Canaveral, FL, where he earned a B.A. degree in 1978, and Baptist Bible Theological Seminary (now "Baptist Bible Seminary"), Clarks Summit, PA, earning a M.Div. degree in 1982. He returned to Ghana in 1983 as a missionary under Grace Baptist Mission, West Clifford, PA. The work in Ghana involves leadership training, church planting, pastoral ministry, youth ministry, education, medical ministry, farming, relief work, and the Gospel radio ministry, "Alive FM". Noah’s educational ministries include the Baptist Institute of Professional Studies (begun in 1992), and the BIPS Secondary Technical school (begun in 1999).

Link to web site for Grace Baptist Mission - Ghana
[accessed 2 APR 2009]

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