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.
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Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ! On November 9, 2021, the C.M.M. evangelism team traveled to the town of Mpohor, in the N.W. part of Takoradi. They drove for 5 hours and 30 minutes from Accra, Ghana on Tuesday and returned Friday night, November 12. 2021. During their three-day visit, the team preached the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ and shared 512 tracts with those willing to take them. They took the time to explain the message on the tracts by translating them to their local dialect called Fante. Because of the language difference, it was ...Read More
On September 14 the C.M.M. evangelism team traveled almost 4 hours to Akukuso in the Eastern Region of Ghana. Although it was the rainy season, they shared hundreds of Gospel tracts and explained the contents to many people, and returned to Accra on the 17th. During their visit to Akukuso, a total of 149 people gave their lives to Jesus Christ! Eleven days later, on the 28th of September, the evangelism team went to Apampaatia in the Eastern Region of Ghana and began sharing tracts with the people there. Before returning to Accra on October 1, 192 people accepted ...Read More
In America, many lounges, bars, restaurants, clubs, etc., offer the public discounted rates for a certain time they call the "Happy Hour". Millions of people across this great nation enjoy the lower prices, if only for a short time. In other places in the world, one hour of happiness may mean something entirely different. In India, especially at the Grace Children's Home, it may mean having rice with vegetables, curry sauce, and occasionally, one hard-boiled egg. This is what a small offering can do for children without parents or parents unable to care for them for various reasons. It costs ...Read More
Thanks to a few who have given in support of the Grace Children's Home in India, the children are being fed and pure joy can be seen in their faces in the photos below. Pastor Cornelius travels many miles to encourage pastors and sometimes in very remote areas such as the photo below. P. Cornelius encouraged the pastor, his wife, and their congregation in the photos below. The structure behind the pastor and his wife is their church. You can see their congregation in one of the photos. Another photo is a ...Read More
Greetings in the name of Jesus Christ Our Lord! On Tuesday, August 31 we traveled almost 5 hours from Accra to Nkonya Ahenkro and stayed there until Friday, September 3, 2021. Nkonya Ahenkro is a small town and the capital of Biakoye district in the Oti Region of Ghana. Farming and hunting are the two main occupations. Upon arriving in Nkonya Ahankro, the C.M.M. team rested for a short while and then began evangelizing by preaching the Word of God, sharing over 500 Gospel tracts, and praying for the sick. About 151 people gave their lives to Jesus Christ while 19 re-dedicated their ...Read More
Philippians 3:17 says, " Brethren, join in following my example, and note those who so walk, as you have us for a pattern." For quite some time this ministry has focused on evangelism and the C.M.M. outreach team has been blessed by leading hundreds of people to the Lord. But always on our minds was the need of discipling those who have received salvation through Jesus Christ. With our limited resources discipling was not always possible. However, the Lord has put it upon our hearts to make a change. So by the leading of the Holy Spirit, we are beginning ...Read More
On August 10, 2021 the Evangelism Team made a long 2 3/4 hour trip to the village of Kwahu Miaso in the Eastern Region of Ghana, on the west shore of Lake Volta. The name Kwahu is based on its history as a destination of no return: go at your own peril or "ko wu" in Twi, the common dialect of Ghana. Here is some driving advice found on the internet for people driving to the area: "First-time drivers are strictly advised to ensure the road-worthiness of their vehicles, with extra attention paid to break (brake) functions and gear shifts ...Read More
Because of your generosity, this ministry was financially able to assist Rev. Cornelius and volunteers in feeding 40 people who live in the slums. These people are Dalits, the lowest in the caste system, a system which was supposedly outlawed several years ago but still exists in many places in India. The Bible is very clear that we feed the poor. Many thanks to those who sacrificed in their giving.
- He who has a generous eye will be blessed, For he gives of his bread to the poor. Proverbs 22:9
- If you extend your soul to the hungry And ...
A note to all the friends and supporters of Covenant Messenger Ministries: Most of you know that in the past this ministry has concentrated on evangelism and the establishment of Bible schools throughout Ghana. Then along came the pandemic. The pandemic did not stop the CMM team from evangelizing, but they wore masks and followed the protocols as outlined by the Government of Ghana. God's Hand of protection prevented any from getting sick. To our regret, the pandemic made it necessary to end the Bible schools. In addition, the curriculum we were using for the school ...Read More
India is still a developing nation and although its economy is growing, it has around 84 million people living in extreme poverty. When they are able, Rev. Cornelius and a few volunteers go to the streets to provide food for the homeless Dalits, the "untouchable class" in India. On this occasion they prepared plates containing rice, curry, a hard-boiled egg, banana, and a bag of water for each of the homeless people they encountered on the streets. We thank those of you who have given so generously for this cause. Proverbs 19:17, "He who has pity on the poor ...Read More