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.
Old-time prospectors would spend years digging for gold with a pickaxe and in more recent times, men are using heavy machinery for the same purpose and the same goal. To become rich. There is another “gold” that will make a man/woman even richer, although spiritual, and that is in the Word of God and you won’t even get your hands dirty by digging. Join Val in digging for “golden nuggets” found throughout the Bible. Here’s the link: Val’s Blog
On March 13, 2019, Covenant Messenger team members Matthew, David, Michael, and John traveled to Akyem Sukrong on the Adeiso to Oda Road. There they preached the Gospel message, prayed for the sick, and shared tracts. Some people received the tracts and the Word of God with joy and happiness, and others completely rejected the Gospel. Still, 220 tracts were shared in total. Glory to God! That phone call can wait- let me tell you about Jesus! Sharing the Gospel with a woman taking a break. Talking with a couple of men about the love of Jesus. One man shared ...Read More
On January 29, 2019, Covenant Messenger Ministries held a seminar in Kade, Ghana. Kade is about 68 miles North of Accra. The seminar was hosted by the Almighty Chapel
, Rev. Samuel Abukari, pastor. The main speakers for the seminar were Dr. Jerry Smith of Claremore, OK and Joseph Boachie Danquah, Director of C.M.M. The anointing was very strong during the whole affair and in particular, upon Dr. Smith. When Dr. Smith gave a call for those who had never received the baptism of the Holy Spirit, many came forward and after prayer, received the baptism. As the presence of God ...Read More
Mamponteng Graduation and Ordination – Feb. 2, 2019 On February 1-2 – 2019, a C.M.M. School of the Bible graduation service took place at the Refuge Church in Mamponteng, Ghana. Mamponteng is a small town about 310 miles North of Accra and is the capital of Kwabre, a district in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. The pastor of Refuge Church is Pastor Thomas Kwame Osei, who also acts as the facilitator of the Bible School. On this day of celebration, February 2, nine students graduated and six of them were ordained into the service of the Lord. There were about 29 students ...Read More
On January 26, 2019, Dr. Jerry and wife, Paula, of Claremore, OK officiated at the graduation ceremonies at the Christ Messenger Church at Abeka Lapaz, Ghana. Julie and I are forever indebted to this dedicated couple. They are called by the Lord to travel worldwide to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ and they faithfully obey that calling. On this day, twenty-eight students graduated and four were ordained into the service of their Lord. Graduation requirements are to attend 5 Trimesters of sound doctrinal teachings through videos of some of the foremost Bible teachers of our time. Once a student ...Read More
Julie and I are very grateful to Dr. Jerry Smith and his lovely wife, Paula, for making the trip to Ghana each year to officiate at graduation and ordination ceremonies for Covenant Messenger Ministries. Besides having their own ministry, Dr. Smith is president of the C.M.M. School of the Bible. The Smiths travel world-wide together sharing the Gospel, ministering under the power of the Holy Spirit and following His leading wherever they are called to go. On January 20, 2019, the Smiths officiated the graduation of 17 students at Danfa, Ghana. Accompanying the Smiths was the Covenant Messenger Ministries director, Joseph Boachie Danquah ...Read More
For over 3 weeks the president of the Covenant Messenger Ministries Bible Schools, Dr. Jerry Smith of Claremore, OK and his wife, Rev. Paula visited Ghana while ministering at graduations, ordinations, and Bible seminars. On January 27, Dr. Smith presided over the graduation exercises at Kwabenya, Ghana. At that time 6 students graduated after attending 5 Trimesters of sound doctrinal teachings through videos of some of the foremost Bible teachers of our time. Once a student completes the course with eligible grades, they then have the opportunity to apply for their degree and/or receive their certificate/diploma. Below are photos. The ...Read More
On January 19, 2019, Dr. Jerry Smith and wife, Paula, of Claremore, OK were guest speakers at the East Lagon graduation exercises held at the House of Praise Chapel, pastored by Rev. Millicent Ansah Asiedu. Between 250 to 300 guests were present, even overflowing the auditorium making it necessary for some to be seated outside. Five guest pastors assisted while twenty-nine students were graduated and twelve were ordained into the service of the Lord. It was an exciting occasion for everyone. The world will soon learn of the power of the Word of God through these dedicated graduates as they begin to ...Read More
An article by Val Black There is a saying about the Bible that goes like this, “The new in the old concealed, the old in the new revealed”. That may not make sense to someone reading it for the first time but it’s talking about the two divisions of the Bible, the Old Testament, and the New Testament. There are prophecies in the Old Testament that are hidden or concealed, but with careful study, they are fulfilled, or revealed, in the New Testament. Some of the things that are hidden in the Old Testament are known as “types”, meaning a ...Read More
by Val Black When Peter asked Jesus how many times we should forgive others for their offenses, Jesus replied, “70 times 7”. (Matthew 18:22) In other words, God doesn’t put a limitation to our forgiveness of others. But where did Jesus come up with the number, “70 times 7”? It wasn’t done arbitrarily by Jesus but actually done intentionally. In order to understand the reason why Jesus used that particular number, a look into the Old Testament book of Genesis will provide an answer. In Genesis, chapter 4, we read of Cain, one of two sons of Adam and Eve, ...Read More