Titian Ministries Joins Hands with Mount Sinai Church
In December 2009, the Lord called Rev. Titian to seven days of fasting and prayer to deliver her from the plans and schemes of the enemy that were operating over the area where the mission is located. Sher was praying for the Lord to connect me with other Christians with a similar vision. Just prior to breaking the fast, a local pastor, Rev. Paul Akotey, came to see me at my request. He too was fasting and praying for God’s direction. After sharing their vision, the two pastors agreed to seek the Lord for His will concerning their joining hands, which they did.
The Lord called them to join hands in ministry to enable them to support each other to reach the people along the coast who are in bondage to idolatry and witchcraft. The children and staff and formerly Rev. Titian enjoy attending Mount Sinai Church with Rev. Akotey and his congregation.
Together Titian Ministries International and Mount Sinai Church are speaking out on the radio against injustice and the love of the Lord.
Saturday, February 6, 2010 marked the official joining of hands with Mount Sinai Church in Anloga. The work of Pastor Paul and Reverend Titian continued until her passing in 2011. Since that time Pastor Paul continues with what God began.
In early October a third Pastors’ Conference and revival week was held in Keta region. Many local pastors came for valuable teaching and training for revival while many more people attended evening services. The next Pastors’ Conference is set for May, 2012. We pray God’s continued blessings on this work for His glory.