YLI Intern Addison continues  Naomi’s work with displaced children in Sunyani

Addison is a YLI Intern who was discipled by Naomi Awuni, who we lost to liver disease in November of 2020. Naomi’s King James School was started after she visited makeshift villages of displaced people living in the forest outside her town and saw they were not receiving education. As part of Naomi’s hands onContinue reading “YLI Intern Addison continues  Naomi’s work with displaced children in Sunyani”


Your opportunity to join in!  Zach, the YLI Coaches, and the seven Interns have proposed an exciting 2022 plan. The growth in both Ghana and Nigeria means that next year Zach will be traveling more to Nigeria and he will be delegating more of the Ghana leadership responsibility to Jonah, David and Simon, a YLIContinue reading 2022 MINISTRY GOALS

Learning how to hear God’s voice (and why).

It is subconscious most of the time, but we American Christians tend to have an inflated sense of control over our lives (and others). If we let down our levers of control, and instead enter into a conversational relationship with God, everything changes. It is how life is supposed to be lived for every followerContinue reading “Learning how to hear God’s voice (and why).”

Pass the baton, but don’t exit the race too soon.

Multiply what’s best in you. One of the great things about our leadership transition to Gen-2 Coaches is how the first generation, now in their 40’s and 50’s, are giving of themselves to support the younger leadership.   Passing the baton, but not exiting the race. Discipleship and apprenticeship necessarily culminate with a handing overContinue reading “Pass the baton, but don’t exit the race too soon.”

Why what’s happening in Nigeria is so exciting

“In all my time in YLI, I have not witnessed such receptivity and enthusiasm like in this conference. They were open to share from their lives and ready for deeper relationship.” –  YLI Coach Constant Adzomani Jim Moye founded YLI in 2002 through a few deep discipling friendships and we’ve chosen to continue that impulse into 2018.  Depth ensures we continueContinue reading “Why what’s happening in Nigeria is so exciting”