The fields of the earth are ripe for harvest and God is doing a great work in Ghana, West Africa and India! 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 evangelism reports. At least once a month the Covenant Messenger Ministries Outreach Team in Ghana 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.
In addition to Ghana, we are also sponsoring two ministries in India. Both are bringing hundreds to the Lord, baptizing and discipling the new converts as well. Each month, C.M.M. is sending support to Grace Children’s Home in India. A home for children without parents and others from dysfunctional families. At present the school supports about 37 children. It is a daily struggle for the staff to provide bare necessities for the children. Your prayers and financial support are greatly appreciated.
Please read the following accounts of salvations, deliverances, and healings and may you be blessed as you do.
Covenant Messenger Ministries is teaming up with Rev. Sikila Cornelius and his Grace Children's Home in India. There are approximately 30 children now living at the home and they are in need of sponsors to help feed and clothe them. The Home has not had support for about two years and they are desperate for assistance to maintain the daily needs for the children living there. We have been led of God to ask people to sponsor a child at the cost of $25/month, the average cost for providing food, clothing and hygienical items such as soap, toothpaste, etc. This ... Read More
In the latest report from Rev. Cornelius in India, he states that 19 former idol worshipers who accepted Jesus as their Lord and Savior were baptized on February 16, 2020. Below is his report and photos. Greetings to you. Here are the pictures of water baptism again this morning. I went near the sea with one of our pastors and three villagers who are ready to take water baptism. Today I baptized 19 new converts. They were all very strong idol worshipers and they lived very sinful life in the world. But the word of God and Jesus Christ touched ... Read More
On Wednesday, January 29th 2020 the CMM Outreach Team travelled to Kraboa Coaltar in the Eastern Region of Ghana. It's about a two hour drive from Accra. The team members consisted of the usual C.M.M. evangelists: John, Matthew, Michael, David, and two graduates of the Covenant Messenger School of the Bible, Pastor Samuel Ansah and Pastor Emmanuel Asare, also joined the team. On Wednesday the team shared 370 Gospel tracts and witnessed to the people of the village. A total of 94 people made decisions to accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. On the following day 47 ... Read More
Rev. Cornelius continues to keep busy evangelizing and baptizing new converts. He reports that 21 former Hindus were baptized as Christians on February 11, 2020. He also stated that evangelism in India is very difficult because of obstacles by the government and Hindu religion. But it's obvious by the success of his ministry that he has God's protecting Hand keeping him safe as he goes about sharing the Gospel. Rev. Cornelius is asking for prayers for the new converts and that Bibles can be purchased so they can grow in the Lord. Below are photos of the recent baptisms. ... Read More
We received a wonderful report from Rev. Cornelius in India this morning. The converts were all Dalits. As I have explained before, the Dalits are a class of people considered beneath the rest of humanity by some in India. These Dalits were idol worshipers but have accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. They are now saying that Jesus is the only way to Heaven! Rev. Cornelius has expressed a desperate need for more financial assistance to purchase Bibles, Gospel tracts, but especially for the orphanage that was founded by Rev. Cornelius. It takes approximately $500 per month to feed ... Read More
As the new year begins let's all give thanks for the blessings we have been given by our Lord. In India and other places around the world life is not as easy as we have it in the U.S. When we want a drink of water we turn on the faucet and pour it into a glass without thinking about it. In India and other places water is drawn from a well, lake, river or creek. When we build a new home or other structure most will hire a construction company to do it and we don't have to ... Read More
Blessed be the name of Almighty God! John, Matthew, David and Michael are the Team members who went to Assin Nyankomasi which is about 4 ½ hours drive from Accra. It was foggy and cold which made our stay there a little more difficult. We evangelized the lost as we preached Jesus Christ and shared 410 tracts with the people. While we were there, we visited a bar that sells alcohol and as we shared Jesus Christ to them, 4 of the village drunkards gave their lives to Jesus! That brought the total of 91 people who made decisions ... Read More
We just received photos of the baptism of many new converts from Rev. Cornelius. All of these people in the photos are Dalits, the "untouchables" according the the Caste system that is still practiced in most of India. However, there is no Caste system in the Kingdom of God. 2 Peter 3:9, "The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance." ... Read More
In January, 2020, we received word from India about a young handicapped man who received his very first Bible as a gift. His name is Kumar and he lived with his mother. In the photos you see Kumar receiving his Bible and then proudly hugging it as the photo was taken. When I saw this photo my heart went out to him. A few days later we also received word the body of Kumar had been found floating in a river. We don't know what happened except that being handicapped he probably could not swim and may have fallen in ... Read More
We had two good messages via Facebook this morning. One was from Sikala Cornelius and the other was from Brother Raj who ministers with his father. Rev. Cornelius traveled 150 miles to a very remote village to reach the lost. As his motorbike has quit working he hired a motor scooter taxi which cost him $28. He reports that he is in desperate need of transportation, preferably a new motor scooter and that would give good transportation at a very low cost of gasoline. With a motor scooter of his own the same trip would have cost him just $7 ... Read More
Salvation Prayer: Heavenly Father, I am a sinner. I come to You now and confess with my mouth that I believe Jesus is the Son of God, that He died for my sins. I believe in my heart that He rose from the dead and now sits at Your right Hand. Forgive me for all of my past sins and help me to live the life You would have me to live. In Jesus Christ's name, Amen.