YIt is that time of year again, we need help to cover Eddie's salary.Y

Thanks to supporters like you, we have been able to extend full-time employment to Eddie Nsafoa as the in-country Executive Director, beginning in 2014.  Eddie and his family celebrate stable employment, education opportunities for their children, and the ability to continue working for the Lord. Eddie provides the YOne Step InFaith  children located in Kumasi a full-time guardian, dedicated to their overall care and educational needs.  Additionally, while the in-country missionaries are back in the USA for the remainder of 2017, Eddie is assisting with needs and responsibilities with Northern Ghana families and children.

We still need your help to cover this year’s support for Eddie’s salary and expenses. 

Make a difference today!!!

If God is calling you to help in this opportunity to support Eddie and his family, we are asking you to make a tax-deductible one-time or monthly donation to help cover his salary expenses. We want to reach out to you with this opportunity to make a difference in his family’s life, while helping One Step In Faith in our ministry to restore hope to children and family of at-risk, trafficked and spirit children.

We still need:

$6,500 USD for 2017.

You can make your donation directly online:

 Casie Mulreany-Haight

President, One Step In Faith USA

Isaac& Ama at their boarding school

(Eddie visits these two OSIF supported

children frequently at their boarding school.

He is like their surrogate father.)

February 2013 we returned for our annual visit, spending a few days in Bolgatanga, Ghana (northern part of Ghana) where we met Baby GN (initials for his protection). Baby GN had apparent physical limitations and subsequently been diagnosed by the local Soothsayer, witch doctor, as a “spirit child”. Every year an unknown number of children, most of which are disabled, are killed in Ghana (most specifically and commonly in northern Ghana). These children are referred to as “spirit children”, killed under the belief they are evil, no longer human beings and with the intention of hurting those around them. In a country where the average income is less than $500/year, with inflation rising, life is extremely difficult and often impossible. In Northern Ghana, farming is the typical means to support the family and not enough help to work the land jeopardizes the family’s ability to provide enough food. What we have come to learn of “spirit children”, in some cases the parents feel they have no alternative, no other place to go for help and support if they turn against their community leadership and customs. We were able to rescue Baby GN that day. Since then, Baby GN has had lifesaving brain surgery and is currently living with One Step In Faith caregivers who are working with local hospital doctors on his continued recovery & therapy. Currently, One Step In Faith has six children in Ghana, of which Baby GN is just one of three “spirit children”. Many more need help and in many cases the parents love and desire to save their child’s life, but need a safe place of refuge as they go against their community’s leadership and customs.