God is doing a great work in Ghana, West Africa, and 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.
(Below is the latest outreach report, written by Rev. John Harrison of the C.M.M. Outreach Team) Blessings and Peace be unto the Name of our Lord Jesus. Komenda is a town in the Central Region of Ghana. It is a small old town where the British settled and built the Komenda Fort between 1695 – 1698. It currently has a modern sugar factory. We arrived there early morning on Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. on July 11, 2018. By the grace of God, we shared 201 tracts and preached the Gospel of our Lord Jesus. We also explained the messages in ...Read More
Are you ready for some good news? On the morning of July 3, 2018 the team traveled to Akim Achiase (located at South Birim District in the Eastern Region of Ghana). About 300 tracts were shared and the Gospel of Jesus Christ was preached. When the Gospel is shared, good things are bound to happen! It was reported that 73 people gave their lives to Jesus on that day. That’s not just good news…that’s great news! In addition to this, one woman who was having severe pain and couldn’t walk for over a year was prayed for by the CMM ...Read More
The Covenant Messenger Outreach team traveled to Assin Fosu (Central Region of Ghana) on June 13th-14th, 2018. Assin Fosu is an established town with a population of 20,541. As the Covenant Messenger team shared the Gospel of Jesus Christ and distributed 180 tracts, 59 people gave their lives to the Lord and 2 powerful healings took place. Glory to God! This man complained of not being able to lift his hand because of severe pain. This man couldn’t lift his hand without severe pain. The CMM team asked God for this man’s healing. CMM team members pray for this man’s ...Read More
IT’S FROM THE HEART by Val Black God isn’t impressed with our good works unless it is from the heart, a heart that desires to return the love He has for us. It must have been confusing to the people of Israel when they were being taught they were doing the right thing by men respected because of their “higher learning” of the scriptures. They did the sacrificing of animals as prescribed in scripture but their hearts were far from the intention God had in asking them to perform them. Every sacrifice made should have asked the question, “Isn’t there a ...Read More
We often take for granted the ability of mobility. Walking on two feet and raising both arms seem like mindless tasks, that is, until we experience pain or loss of feeling. Suddenly, we miss how our bodies originally operated and begin to wonder if life will ever be the same. In Abekwaese, three hours from the Covenant Messenger office in Accra, the CMM outreach team by divine appointment met two women. One woman had not been able to walk for over two years after experiencing a fall down the stairs. She sat hopeless on a wooden step. David and ...Read More
Val & Julie Black are very happy to announce that our granddaughter, Amanda George, will be helping with the future posts on the web page of Covenant Messenger Ministries. Amanda, a mother of three, keeps very busy with her family. Her husband, Jim George II, is assistant Pastor of Relevant Church in Elkhorn, NE. In addition to raising their three little ones, Amanda is very active in the church. She recently finished writing the curriculum for Children’s church. Amanda is also very active in Trades of Hope, a Fair Trade, “missional” business assisting women around the world to rise out of ...Read More
The Lord is good! Once again He showed His incredible goodness to our CMM team as they traveled to Kyebi, a town located in the Eastern region of Ghana. Kyebi happens to be the hometown of the President of the Republic of Ghana. Below are some pictures of the outreach as they laid hands on and prayed with several people, shared the Gospel message, gave out 200 tracts, and by God’s grace and goodness, 61 people accepted Jesus Christ as their Savior! CMM team members David and Della sharing a tract. David and Della praying for a woman on the road ...Read More
Sharing the Gospel truth of Jesus Christ is like piercing the darkness with shattering light. This is exactly what took place during an evangelism outreach in the eastern region of Ghana called Akyem Asafo on May 3, 2018. It was pouring rain, but the Covenant Messenger team (David, Della, Matthew, & Harrison) still shared over 207 tracts and 69 people surrendered their lives to Christ! David and Della witnessing to Hasina Among those was a Muslim lady named Hasina. As the team was sharing the Gospel and tracts, Hasina was distracting her friends with a contradictory message that no Savior called ...Read More
(Jerome is the son of Joseph Boachie-Danquah, the director of Covenant Messenger Ministries in Accra, Ghana. Jerome is in charge of the video/photography for the ministry and he also has a gift for writing articles that will encourage, strengthen and enrich your life. Below is his latest one) The only power that discouragement has, is the power you give it. Though the challenges are great, you are greater. For you can act and learn and adapt, and act again with even more effectiveness. This is your moment to pick your head up, put a smile on your face, and with ...Read More
The C.M.M. Outreach Team visited the village of Begoro in the Eastern Region of Ghana on April 27, 2018. They were very excited when they returned and reported several people receiving Jesus as Savior plus many healings. Below is the report from Ghana: – Haleluya! Haleluya! Haleluya!
We can’t stop singing Haleluya to the most High God for His mercies and grace towards us. The Evangelism team traveled to BEGORO in the Eastern Region. We left as early as 6 a.m. and got there about 9:15 a.m. We had the privilege to ...Read More