(PRWEB) April 30, 2003
Pastor Wisdom Ameku asked Richee to come and shake the nations of Ghana and Togo West Africa with her evangelistic ministry. After receiving the invitation, Richee was made aware through African news media that the nations of Africa are suffering extremely since America went to war. It was reported that the African nations have been forgotten and all humanitarian relief had been shifted to Iraq.
This mission trip, SHAKING THE NATIONS 2003 is scheduled for October and November, 2003. Anthony Hinton, Pastor of St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church, Alton, IL., will be joining the team going to Africa. Pastor Ameku invited Richee and Hinton to head up leadership conferences, crusades, pastor's luncheons, and women's meetings in the nations of Ghana and Togo.
Richee was ordained through New Life Christian Fellowship in 1995 and founded Mark 16:20 Ministries, a non-profit organization, the same year. Since that time Richee has taken the gospel message throughout the U.S., Europe, Africa and Asia. This will be her second trip to Africa and Hinton's first.
A fundraising event, JUBILEE 2003 is scheduled at the Springfield Hilton on Saturday, May 17 at 7 p.m. This event will have praise and worship (Tim Ogden & Co.) and special music by Marti Malone, Carlinville, IL., Dee Pulliam, Springfield, IL., and Gail Bywater, Mt. Olive, IL. with about 10 or more churches taking part. Michelle Richee will be the speaker.
For more information on the SHAKING THE NATIONS mission trip, or JUBILEE 2003, contact Michelle Richee at 217/854-7500, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://www.mark1620.org For those wishing to donate, but cannot attend JUBILEE 2003, they should mail their tax deductible contribution to: Mark 16:20 Ministries, Attn: Michelle Richee, Carlinville, IL 62626.