Peter K. Siaway: I was born in a loving single parent Christian home at Garplay Inland Mission Clinic on May 6, 1956. I was dedicated to our Lord as a baby and I accepted Christ as my Lord and Savior about six years of age. My goal in life was to be a medical doctor. But, I was called to serve our Lord after I visited the mission where I was born in. The founder of the mission from Canada had died and was buried at the station. The other missionaries had gone to Great Britain, Canada and the United States. The mission station and the churches that had been turned over to the nationals were in poor conditions. Matthew 6:33 came to my mind to put God first. My heart was burdened and I had no peace. I decided to be trained for ministry to serve our Lord.
I got married in 1987 to the prettiest African lady I met with the longest natural hair. I got to know her when she came to me for counseling and during her baptism. We have been married for thirty-three years and have been blessed with four pretty girls and one grand daughter.
I went to African Bible College (ABC) in 1981 and I graduated in 1985. I further my studies at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson MS from 1995-1998. I attended Dr. Billy Graham 1986 Conference for Itinerant Evangelist in Amsterdam.
I am a street evangelist in the Hispanic community of Norcross, in Atlanta GA. My international ministry focus is now on reprinting and translating the Scriptures in the Dan tribe of West Africa . This translation was left unfinished by Rev. Tom Jackson who worked among my tribal people for more than forty years. He and his wife were killed in a cross fire during the civil war in Liberia.
I need dedicated and committed men an women for us to work together on the reprinting and translating work. I need more student who will enroll in the Dan Bible Literacy Program on Zoom around the world. I need to travel to make research for this project in the USA, Liberia and Great Britain. I need a team of financial supporters so that I can stop making tent and be able to concentrate on my ministry.