THE MOTORCYCLE PROJECT: Mobilizing Farmer Evangelists to reach the lost


In Northern Ghana, the distance between villages for Evangelist Joshua Alhassan covers a daunting 72 kilometers radius. Thankfully, with the help of The Motorcycle Project and faithful supporters, we are able to bless our Farmer Evangelists like Joshua with a reliable motorcycle that has transformed his ministry work!

He is now able to spend more time at each village, evangelizing and discipling. He even said, "The motorbike also helped me to go to more villages that before I was not able to reach!”

The northern region of Ghana is home to a population that is about 90% Muslim, making efficient transportation a critical component to reaching Muslims with the Gospel. Joshua can now encourage, pray and effectively share the gospel with more Muslims in the region. He’s even using the experience to share the gospel with passengers! Joshua says that he invited a Muslim relative along to accompany him on his journeys, and "through this exposure to the gospel he has now given his life to Christ.” In fact, last year Joshua led five people to accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior as a result of his motorbike!

Today, Joshua continues to reach distant areas on his motorcycle. He’s going village to village discipling new believers, encouraging persecuted Christians, sharing the Good News, and offering practical agricultural training to Muslims and Christians alike! Just like fish and bread in the hand of Jesus, God has blessed our motorcycle ministry and used it to multiply the harvest, not only for crops, but also for new salvation in Christ!