On the first of June he showed the Jesus film and one hundred and fifty people confessed Christ.
On the second day another film was shown. And an additional one hundred and twenty people came to Christ. On the third day Albert was joined by Atta, a recordist from Togo and they went to a town called Bassila where they visited the Baptist church pastor and trained their team of evangelists in the use of GRN materials.
On the fourth day they went with the Baptist church evangelists to two villages where they did door to door evangelism. The cassettes were in the ANII:Nagayile language and were distributed; fifteen people received Christ as their Saviour.
On the fifth day they continued with distribution in another village. The villagers received the word but were afraid to confess Christ for fear of persecution. Two team members who had been Muslims and converted to Christianity, shared with the people of this village. The people became more receptive. We were able to distribute one hundred and twenty cassettes. A Messenger player and eighty cassettes were given to two missionaries to continue the work. Albert and Atta moved on to the Pila-Pila people group. This first group of people we met was a group of school boys and some ladies. After playing the message in their language, five of them confessed Christ as their Saviour. A cassette was given to each person and a local pastor was contacted to help with ongoing Bible teaching. The evening was spent training the pastor in how to use GRN materials. Albert and Atta started researching unrecorded languages in the area. They were able to record the Wamaa:Tangamma language. They continued their travels but the roads were so bad that their vehicle had two flat tires.
They stayed ten days in the area and were able to record two more languages. They returned to Togo in June.