Covenant Messenger Ministries
We're sorry to report that a great man of God, friend and author has gone to be with the Lord. I'm speaking of David Alsobrook. David was kind enough to give free access to many of his e-books and we have links to many of them at this link below:
Jerome Yaw Boache-Danquah, the son of C.M.M. director, Joseph Boachie - Danquah, has much God-given wisdom. Click on his photo above for his latest word.
by Val Black
Teresa's latest message:
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Live Camera at the Western Wall in Jerusalem
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Old Fashion Preaching:
The Gates Of Hell Shall Not Prevail
by Lester Roloff
Includes activities from 2007 to 2014
Graduation & ordination services took place October 29 - November 9, 2015 in Ghana - 88 students graduated and 72 were ordained.
Below is a group photo of the graduation class in Kumasi
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Click here: January - 2015
Read some of the testimonies from students of the CMM Bible School by clicking on this link: TESTIMONIES
Above is Rev. Isaac Osei-Bonsu, a graduate of C.M.M. Bible School and founder/president of MOGPA (Moment Of Glory Prayer Army) in Kumasi, Ghana.
Each month Rev. Osei-Bonsu holds prayer conferences in the Kumasi sports stadium.
In the above photo MOGPA was celebrating their 2nd anniversary.
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A PLACE WHERE GIFTED CHRISTIAN WRITERS CAN SHARE THEIR GOD-GIVEN TALENT WITH THE WORLD.
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Do you need a change in your life?
When life and it's problems become too much, just turn it all over to the Lord and know that . . . . . . .
(Click on link above to hear Rebecca Huseby sing, "All Right")
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Hephzibah Agai recently visited the office of C.M.M. and presented several bags of clothing to the ministry for distribution to the poor. Hephzibah, a former Muslim, now lives in the U.S. Her testimony can be viewed at this link: Hephzibah
A great report received from Accra, March - 2017. The Covenant Messenger Evangelistic team went to Kotobabi, a suburb of Accra and known for drug-dealing. It's considered a dangerous place to be but the team went with boldness, passing out Gospel tracts, praying with and for people and counseled many. A total of 36 people gave their lives to Jesus Christ! Click on the photo below for more information:
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In 2017, from January 11th to the 31st, Reverends Jerry and Paula Smith of Claremor, OK, visited Ghana for the purpose of participating in graduations & ordinations of 5 churches sponsoring the C.M.M. Bible Schools.
A total of 103 students graduated and 52 of them were ordained.
Below is a group photo of the MOGPA graduation services in Kumasi.
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Taking some time out to enjoy the sights.
In October, 2016, the CMM Team visited Odumasi Kpong
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Outreach to Amanfrom
August - 2016
In August, The C.M.M. Outreach Team went to Amanfrom near Kasoa in the Central Region of Ghana. In all, 21 people accepted Jesus as Savior and about 30 people re-dedicated their lives to Christ. One woman was healed of tuberculosis. Click on photo below for full report and more photos.
Outreach to Pokuase
July - 2016
A week after the outreach to Asesewa, the C.M.M. team returned to Pokuase to evanglize. Several people received Christ as Lord and Savior, plus physical healings as well.
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Outreach to Asesewa
June 20 - 23, 2016
On June 20-23 the C.M.M. team visited Asesewa, in Eastern Ghana, to evangelize and pray for the sick. A total of 67 people gave their lives to Jesus Christ. Click on photo below for more photos and complete report.
Above a Muslim lady accepts Jesus as Savior
Outreach to Amasaman
June - 2016
In June, 2016 the Outreach Team went to Amanansan, a suburb of Accra, to evanglize. Many were saved and in addition, the lady in the yellow dress (seen above) received a miracle the day after this photo was taken. Click on the photo above for the full report.
May 2016 Progress Report From Rev. Dotse
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May - 2016 Outreach
The Greater Accra Region
In early May, 2016, the C.M.M. Outreach Team went to the streets of Pokuase and Amasaman, at the border of Greater Accra Region and the Eastern Region. In two days of evangelism a total of 46 people gave their lives to Jesus! Also a number of them were healed of various infirmities. Click on the photo below for more photos and the full report:
April 2016 Outreach To Accra
In the first part of April, 2016, the C.M.M. Evangelism Team, made up of C.M.M. workers and Bible School Students, went to the streets of Accra, Ghana and distributed Gospel tracts. After two days a total of 31 people accepted Jesus as Savior. In addition, three people were prayed for and healed of various infirmities.
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Above is the C.M.M. Team ready for service
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The photo above shows a C.M.M. worker (in orange) handing a Gospel tract to a young lady. This was part of an evangelism outreach to Kotobabi, a suburb of Accra, Ghana, in March, 2016. For more photos and a complete report, click on the photo above.
Above is a photo of the orientation class of the next Bible school in Kumasi. Fifty-five students applied and another fifty applicants are expected before classes begin.
On December 26, 2015, a total of 55 students graduated from the Bible School at Pastor Henry Dankwa's Church, What Did Jesus Say Ministries in Kwabenya, a suburb of Accra. Below is a group photo. Click on photo for more:
Above is Rev. Dotse and his wife, Dezire
In August there was a graduation of 8 students. Six were ordained for the Lord's service. Below are photos:
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The whole family shown above accepted Jesus as Lord & Savior in this latest outreach of the C.M.M. Team. Team members, Sister Patience (far left) & Bro. Matthew (far right) are shown with the family.
But God . . . . .
Now, 20 years later, God has blessed the ministry in Ghana in many ways and below is the latest blessing. It's a 2004 Nissan SUV which just arrived from the U.S. and is now in service to the ministry and for God's glory!
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