About The Missionary

Rev. George Dapaah has always had a heart for the evangelization of his people. Coming from a Muslim background, Brother Dapaah found Christ as his Savior as a teenager. After completing four years of Bible studies under missionaries from Baptist Mid-Missions in 1980, Brother Dapaah started the Solid Rock Evangelistic Ministries (now known as the Solid Rock Baptist Missions, SRBM) and began preaching.

His first evangelistic crusade, held in the port city of Tema, resulted in many professions of faith and in the establishment of a new local church, the Solid Rock Baptist Church. During the rest of the 1980s and early 1990s, other evangelistic crusades and visitation efforts resulted in the establishment of many other churches. The SRBM, under Rev. Dapaah’s leadership, is continuing to involve Africans in reaching Africans for Christ.

Aggressive church-planting requires the training of many pastors and church workers. The establishment of the Solid Rock Baptist Bible College (SRBBC) has made it possible to train many more workers for the harvest fields of Ghana and West Africa. The African teachers are university-trained men who are well established in the ministry. SRBBC students receive an excellent academic education along with practical Christian ministry training and experience. Most of the students have no financial backing for tuition or room and board. Getting a job while going to school is not a possibility in Ghana. SRBBC needs monthly financial support to be able to train these future pastors and church planters. Funds are needed to continue construction of college buildings on the campus located north of the capital city of Accra. IPM is pleased to partner with SRBM and their college.

A primary goal of SRBM is the planting of independent Baptist churches that are fundamental in doctrine and position. Brother Dapaah is ably assisted in this ministry by a host of other African workers and staff members. A total of 36 churches have been planted by Rev. Dapaah and his SRBM missionary staff in nearly every region of Ghana.

Latest Prayer Letter (May 2023)

Project Giving Opportunities

Tractor Accessories

- Need: $10,000

Kumasi Church Roofing

- Need: $9,000 - Raised: $1,093

Ashaiman Church Roofing

- Need: $9,000 - Raised: $625

Ahodwoketewa Church Pavilion

- Need: $4,000

Adzemtem Church Pavilion

- Need: $6,000

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About The Field:

Ghana, located in West Africa, grapples with a range of economic dynamics and social challenges that impact its populace.

Economically, Ghana has seen growth in sectors like agriculture (cocoa, gold, and oil), services, and manufacturing. However, the country faces challenges such as over-reliance on few key commodities, vulnerability to fluctuations in commodity prices, and issues related to fiscal management and public debt.

Social challenges in Ghana encompass various aspects. Access to quality education remains a concern, with disparities in educational infrastructure and resources between urban and rural areas. Healthcare accessibility and affordability also pose challenges, leading to disparities in health outcomes, particularly in underserved regions.

Poverty affects a significant portion of Ghana’s population, contributing to income inequality and impacting living standards for many Ghanaians, especially in rural communities.

Environmental sustainability is a growing concern, with challenges related to deforestation, land degradation, and pollution, impacting ecosystems and livelihoods.

Issues related to governance, corruption, and political stability also influence Ghana’s social landscape, affecting public trust and confidence in institutions.

Ethnic diversity and occasional tensions between ethnic groups contribute to social complexities, albeit Ghana’s relatively stable democratic governance in the region.

Balancing economic growth with social development remains a challenge for Ghana as it navigates these multifaceted issues, striving for inclusive growth and sustainable development for its diverse population.