Cheryl Franklin

Grove Sun

"Orphans that were meant to be 'slaves' would become 'nation changers' that improve the quality of life.” — Audrey Crawford

In January 2010 Audrey Crawford went on her first trip to Ghana West Africa to start the adoption process of their six-year-old son Emmanuel. “On the plane ride home as I sat alone trying to process all I had seen and the Ghanian children I had met, the Lord impressed upon me the vision of returning in the future and doing a health fair to educate and care for the children,” she said.

Crawford said that for at least three hours of that flight she wrote out the vision of the health fair and so on Saturday, a team of 10 from Grove will be heading to Ghana to hold a health fair. For more on this story look in the Friday print edition and e-edition of the Grove Sun