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Come Alive Complex of Schools (k-12)

In 1983 Pastor Harry joined with his friend, Dr. John Oduro to start a church and a school in Ghana, W.Africa. The school started with two students and has grown to a large campus with over 2,000 students in attendance and thousands have graduated. God has blessed this work and the large 4 story buildings and large campus have been built with the funding of Come Alive International and generous donations of people like you! We are so excited to reach thousands of children every day in Ghana, W. Africa. Please pray and give liberally.

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Boyer University

Beyond the complex of schools in Ghana (K-12) on the same campus, Come Alive International has joined with Dr. John Oduro to build a beautiful University. This Christian business school will help to equip students to face the challenging and growing opportunities in Ghana.

The university is awaiting some final approvals from the accreditation board. In the meantime the building is an overflow for the ever increasing senior high students and for area-wide exams from Ghana's department of education. Join with us in praying for the doors to open. Already hundreds have applied and anxiously await the opportunity to earn their degree from Boyer University.

Hope alive! Clinic

Friendship Fest morocco

In early 2004, Harry Thomas (co-founder the Creation Festivals), was invited to Morocco to meet with top Moroccan government and religious leaders to discuss human rights and relgious freedom. During the visit, Thomas developed a friendship with Marrakech Regional President Abdelali Doumou and Marrakech Wali (Governor) Mohamed Hassad, who asked Thomas to present a Human Rights award at a major event. Later they requested Pastor Harry to bring the Creation Festival to Morocco. What seemed like an ubelievable invitation resulted in an historic event called "Friendship Fest" in 2005 and 2006. Over 200,000 Morocans in this Muslim country came to hear bands like the Newsboys, Jeremy Camp, Phil Keaggy and much more. Sharing the stage were Moroccan musicians and Christian musicans. Going into all the world is our call and challenge.

Sri lanka FEst

In Kilinochchi, Sri Lanka. This is a needy, war- torn area and mainly Hindu in belief. Earlier that week we went to villages to preach and to distribute clothing, meds, glasses and more. On the nights of the festival we saw an amazing response to the gospel with close to 3,000 rushing forward for salvation. Hundreds were anointed with oil for healing. Again, God supplied our needs to take the gospel to this needy country. WATCH VIDEO

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