Pastor Esther came a long way to preach, but that didn’t bother her because she says the best things she likes about being a minister is preaching and teaching.
Her journey in life began in a faraway country in Africa. She was born in Accra, Ghana, in West Africa overlooking the Gulf of Guinea. Ghana produces bauxite, manganese and long been a producer of gold. Its land is also good for agriculture, and the country is a large producer of cocoa, coffee and other agricultural items.
Esther’s mother had a career in an industrial research institute, so Esther, an only child, lived with her Grandmother while she was little. When she grew old enough to start school, she went to a boarding school and then to college in the big city of Kumasi.
The Ghanaian people encourage their children to be in school, Pastor Esther said. They know education is very important and leads to success and a good career. Ghana schools are quite good, she said. While in college, Pastor Esther majored in…
—Read the full story in the April 16 issue of the Northumberland Echo!