A love for the lost...
Hello! My name is Angie and I am 19 currently a sophomore at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. I went to Ghana, Africa this past January for 10 days. This trip would not have been possible without the Tiffany Johnson scholarship. Tiffany and my mom Kay went on a trip to Ghana several years ago and that is how I met her. She was always smiling and giggling as we all know her to be. I can remember the night I found out about the accident clearly, I was so shocked. There was a party in Heaven that night--Praise the Lord for the woman who changed so many lives : )

Our trip was touched by the Lord every single second, I am still amazed how He protected us continuously. Our purpose over there was to build up the pastors, baptize new believers, bring our message to a country in need, and assisted in saving children from slavery. It was an incredible experience I hope to partake in again soon. Cedar Valley Church, where Tiffany attended for several years, has had such an impact in my life, I feel so blessed to be a part of such a fabulous congregation!!

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your willingness to give so we have the opportunity to spread the gospel all over the world. I can NEVER describe how grateful I am!! God Bless You!

1-> a group picture from in front of the Kintampo waterfalls...we were with the Nichols who are missionaries in Ghana
2-> another group picture at a village we went to that worships idols. We made faith bracelets for them, handed out stickers and candy to the children, brought a parachute to play with them, and spoke Truth to the people.
3-> A depiction of bringing God to islands in need of hope. This is where we helped save 6 children from slavery in the Volta region of Ghana.

Posted by: Angie Jansen (angela.jansen@drake.edu) on 03/28/2009

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