The fields of the earth are ripe for harvest and God is doing a great work in Ghana, West Africa! C.M.M. is blessed to have a small part in it.
On the following pages, you will find various articles but the most important ones are the outreach reports. At least once a month the Covenant Messenger Ministries Outreach Team visits villages and cities giving their testimonies, passing out tracts, praying with and for people in their service to the Lord. There is nothing more important than bringing the lost into the Kingdom of God and it is very rare when the team returns without a good report of people accepting Jesus as their Lord and Savior.
Please read and be blessed by the following accounts of salvations, deliverances, and healings through the efforts of the C.M.M. Outreach Team.
Through a Christian friend in India, Covenant Messenger Ministries has for years been supportive of several Pastors of small churches in his part of India. The Christian friend’s name is Kiran Babu, a student at a university who is studying law and has hopes of earning a degree to become a lawyer, specializing in representing Christian laypeople and Pastors. Most of the population of India practice Hinduism while 14.2% adheres to Islam. Christianity is the 3rd largest religion and has to endure much persecution by the other two religions. Up until a couple of years ago the area in which Kiran and ...Read More
What an amazing experience it must have been to be with Jesus when He was on earth. He healed so many people and delivered them from demons. He taught with power and authority. He modeled the perfect life of prayer and spent much time with God, His Father. In Mark 7:31-37, we read an account of Jesus healing a deaf and mute man, and my friends, Jesus is still healing today! On December 7, 2018, team members David, Matthew, Michael, and John traveled to Nsuapemso and Adongiri in the eastern region of Ghana. There they preached the Word of God, ...Read More
“I’ll forgive, but I’ll NEVER forget” Does that sound familiar? You may have heard that said by someone or maybe you have said it yourself. When others say or do something to hurt someone, either physically, verbally, mentally, or sexually, that person is inclined to engrave the offense in the back of their minds, even after announcing forgiveness. How does God feel about such a situation and what may the consequences be if we do forgive but never forget? Or, would there be any consequences? After all, isn’t God a loving God? Doesn’t God know our hearts and understands ...Read More
Julie, Val, the office staff in Accra, Ghana, all wish you a very blessed Thanksgiving this year and every year thereafter ...Read More
On November 13, 2018, the Covenant Messenger Ministry Team set off to Asutsare in the Eastern Region of Ghana and arrived around 10 A.M. The team preached the Gospel, shared tracts, and as a result, 68 people gave their lives to Christ Jesus! Praise the Lord and rejoice with the angels in Heaven! Below are some pictures from the outreach. Sister Della Anning gives this young man a Gospel tract. Two young men walking on a road was approached by the team and given tracts to read. A lady accepts Jesus Christ as her Savior. Here we see Della ...Read More
By Val Black A verse of scripture that is sometimes taken out of context and used to implement a married life of domination of a husband over his wife is Ephesians 5:22-23 which states, “Wives, submit to your own husbands, as to the Lord. 23 For the husband is head of the wife, as also Christ is head of the church; and He is the Savior of the body.” My wife and I once had as friends a married couple in which the husband, a former pastor, used the above scripture to justify verbal and light physical abuse of the ...Read More
God is faithful, and He continues to work in the hearts and lives of the people of Ghana. As you read this report, do so with a glad heart, rejoicing in the Lord Almighty and His wonderful work! This week, the C.M.M. outreach team traveled to Agona Swedru, which is the fastest developing town in the central region of Ghana. It is a large city with a population of over 68,216. The team arrived around 10 A.M. on Wednesday, October 31st and stayed for another day. They preached the Word of God and shared approximately 341 tracts. 39 people gave ...Read More
What an honor it is to be able to share the Gospel, preach the Word of God, and pray for people in the name of Jesus. We are thankful for the freedom to do so and do not take that privilege for granted. The Covenant Messenger Ministry team traveled to Kpong, which is located in Lower Manya Krobo District in the eastern region of Ghana on Wednesday, October 24. There was heavy rainfall that day, so the team went out on Thursday to evangelize. God was so good to them as they shared the Gospel message, passed out tracts, and prayed ...Read More
We are very excited to announce a new Bible school opening in Akosombo, Ghana in October 2018! Rev. John Harrison of C.M.M. was instrumental in establishing the school and conducting the first class to introduce the course materials. It is obvious by the photo the students, who by the way are all pastors of churches, are happy about the new school and eager to learn more about our Lord and the Kingdom of God. Although they have proclaimed and taught the Gospel to their congregants in the past, after this schooling they will be preaching and teaching with much more confidence. ...Read More
On October 13, 2018, the Covenant Messenger Bible School held graduation services at the sponsoring church named, Almighty Chapel, at Kade, Ghana, which is approximately 230 miles from Accra. The school began in April of this year. Twenty-three students graduated and were awarded diplomas. Bishop Isaac Abukari and his wife Regina officiated at the graduation. Bishop Abukari is the elder brother of Rev. John Harrison of C.M.M., who acted as Master of Ceremonies. The guest speaker was Covenant Messenger Ministries Director, Joseph Boachie Danquah (in white suit). Also in attendance was Dr. Abednago, (seen in red) a medical doctor who ...Read More