Transformation of Wongo town

by Desmond Johnson Wongo town is found at the eastern part of Freetown, Sierra Leone, on a mountain approximately 1000 feet high.  The two thousand people who live there were until recently all Muslim.  Before the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone there were no churches or schools in the community.  Wongo town was severely affected by Ebola with an average death rate of four or five persons per day.  The Transformation team were able to…

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Transformation comes to Rogbangba

We are so thankful to God that the Transformation Sierra Leone team was able to make a breakthrough into the Rogbangba community.  Rogbangba was a Muslim-dominated community about 20 km east of the capital of Freetown, Sierra Leone.  In 2015, it had only one church and about 20 mosques, one school, no water facility, and no hydro.  Rogbangba was also strongly influenced by occultism.  There was evidence of witchcraft practice, and with little work for…

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