Studio space to launch media creation from Africa
OneWay’s Africa and U.S. teams are working together this week in Accra, Ghana, to set up a first-of-its-kind recording studio for OneWay in West Africa.
“The next era has come,” said OneWay President Michael Thompson in the first team staff meeting of the week. “OneWay Africa is now expanding to be able to use media in ways it hasn’t before.”
Thanks to generous donors, the U.S. team was able to bring equipment for the new studio space that will become a hub for Africa-flavored missions media such as prayer videos, worship music, podcasts, interviews and more. The OneWay Africa team is dreaming of what the Lord will do through them to lead believers around the world to greater zeal for fulfilling the Great Commission.
“I was really excited about the discussion in the studio when we were dreaming with [Michael Thompson] about the new things that are going to be done in Africa in the studio — what’s going to be produced from here to the world to change and impact lives,” said Enoch Marfo, communications director at OneWay Africa.
“That alone is mind-blowing — it’s like dynamite compacted in this part of the country. I just can’t wait to see what God is going to do.”
Please pray with us that God will bless the setting up of this studio space. Pray that God will use the creativity and passion of those who work in the studio to ignite believers in Africa and the whole world in passionate pursuit of fulfilling the Great Commission.
Members of the Advancement Team also are gathering photos, stories and content to share the impact of what God is doing through OneWay’s work in Africa. The week has included strategic training sessions to help our staff grow in their skills, including production, communications and donor relations.