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Beth Wills, born in New Jersey and moved in childhood to Florida where she attended High School. She got a BA degree in Communications from Florida Atlantic University in 1977. She landed a job at Lockheed Aeronautical in 1980 where she met the love of her life. They spent much time together traveling and ministering to others on many mission trips. In 2004 she attended Covenant Life Seminary where she got a Certification of Christian Ministry and became an ordained minister in 2014 by Abundant Life Church.

One of her mission trips was to Ghana Africa, in 2010 when she saw a desperate need for God, and fell in love with the people there. She ministered there for a couple of weeks and built a well for drinking water.

Back home a few years later she answered the call of God and decided to move to Ghana to be a shining light of hope to the people there, and to show them what the love of God can do.

Beth has also served as a counselor at “Family Haven” a battered women’s shelter, and at “Whispering Hope” a crisis pregnancy center for over 10 years. She was also the “Soup Kitchen Coordinator” for 10 years at “The Place” helping the residents with short term emergency basic survival needs in her home town of Cumming, in Forsyth County Georgia.

Beth has also worked as a treasurer at Abundant Life Church for 5 Years, and has served with 2 other ministry missions. White Fields, missionary to Honduras in 2008 and Maranatha Ministries, missionary to Ghana Africa in 2010.

Amid all the turmoil in the region Beth stands strong with the love, protection and will of God that is with her every day.

Interesting Ghanaian Culture


-Ghana is geographically closer to the "centre" of the Earth than any other country in the World.
-The capital of Ghana is Accra in the Greater Accra region.
-The largest city is Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.
-Ghana currently has one of the highest school enrollment rates in all of Africa over 95%. -There are over one hundred ethnic languages spoken in Ghana.
-Ghanaian athletes have won a total of four Olympics medals in thirteen appearances at the Summer Olympics.
-Ghana is home to Lake Volta, the largest artificial lake in the world by surface area.

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