In 2011, our first eight boys were rescued from lives of slavery in the fishing villages of Lake Volta and brought HOME to Father’s House Ghana. After ten years of frequent visits and developing friendship with a local pastor and his family, God had given our founders a vision to build a children’s home in the West African country they had grown to love. Our family continues to grow as more children find safety from desperate situations within our walls. Our mission today remains true to our original calling—to raise disciples of Jesus Christ as we provide a safe and loving haven for those at high risk or rescued from slavery and exploitation.
Learn to do good. Seek justice. Help the oppressed. Defend the cause of orphans. Fight for the rights of widows. Isaiah 1:17
Serving Our Community
Father’s House is located in an area where economic needs are great and voodoo is commonly practiced. Mostly fishermen or farmers by trade, our neighbors live in simple one or two-room structures with thatched roofs tucked under the branches of mango and coconut palm trees. There is no shortage of ministry opportunities in our community.