The Base Leaders

Lewis and Rebecca Roberts did their DTS in Ghana at the Tema Base. They both served as DTS staff beginning December of 1990. In December 2002, they and their three children left to the USA for missionary training programs at the YWAM Tyler Base in Texas. They both did the Teachers For the Nations school. Lewis also did School of the Bible while Rebecca was in School of Writing. After their training, they both taught at YWAM Tyler (Daysprings) Christian Heritage School. In July of 2007 they returned to Ghana.

Lewis and Rebecca Roberts have officially been given permission to start a YWAM base in Kumasi, the Regional Capital of the Ashanti Region of Ghana. They began the first DTS in July of 2011.

12 thoughts on “The Base Leaders

  1. Hello,
    I am a former YWAMer who did my DTS in 1990 in Honolulu Hawaii. I am now married and my husband has never had a DTS. We have been praying and thinking about a Crossroads program as we are 48 & 51 years old, with no children. We are American’s. We are also called to serve in Half Assini Ghana, the far Western region of the Nzema people. We are in the process of applying with Pioneers mission org but are considering a DTS-or Crossroads with YWAM for the training and also to be able to be YWAMers and do further training and study as God directs us. Are the directors of your school Ghanaian or American? I read a little bit about them on your webiste and am wondering about that. What are the ages of the people in the DTS that you have in Kumasi? Do you allow older people like us to do the DTS? We have been to Kumasi several times and know some Christians in the region who go get training there with a specific denomination. Thank you for your time and God Bless,
    Bernie Hackett

  2. I AM INTERESTED IN DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING SCHOOL I WANT TO COME AND SEE THE LEADER OF YWAM AT TEMA BECAUSE I AM STAYING AT TESHIE.
    KINDLY GIVE ME YOUR TEL NUMBER AND WHERE I CAN LOCATE YOU
    JOSHUA

  3. Hi Lewis and Rebecca,

    RE: Hello Seth!
    This is Peta in the registrar. It’s good to hear from you again. Hope you are doing great. Thank you for your email. In regards to voluntary work outside our area, we do have a YWAM base in Ghana that you are welcome communicate with and they can help train your staff new skills.. Below I have included the YWAM Ghana’s email and website for you to check out. Please do get in contact with them.

    I wrote to Perta, the Registrar for training assistance for our staffs and outreach programs and for voluntary services and she directed me to contact their Ghana office since they have an office in Ghana, so they gave me your email address so i can contact you.

    This is a follow up letter to that effect. Above is the reply sent to me from Perta for your perusal Thank you.

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