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Colleen Carter was an Associate in Missions for eight years to the country of Ghana with the Jim Poitras and Nick Sisco families. She received her missionary appointment to Ghana in September 2007. As an AIMer, Colleen helped with MK schooling, taught at ACTS Ghana, operated the Pass the Word printing office, was involved in Reaching Africa’s Children, and assisted the missionaries in many other ways. Upon arrival in Ghana (February 2010), Colleen continued the aforementioned tasks. In February 2012, she moved from the southern part of the country to the north and now resides in Tamale. She is assisting with the growth of the church primarily throughout the three northern regions while continuing to do all that she can to further growth throughout the nation. Colleen teaches at the Extension Bible school in Tamale, coordinates the Pass the Word printing office, is involved in training adults and children throughout the northern regions, serves as the West Africa Sub-regional missions secretary/treasurer, and was recently appointed as the Africa Aflame literature coordinator. During her second term Colleen will work on the establishment of an Oral Bible school as well as endeavor to minister in the female prison. Colleen is originally from New Brunswick, Canada.
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