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.
In the fourth chapter of the book of Luke, we see Jesus standing in the synagogue on the Sabbath and reading from the scroll of Isaiah: 18 “The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free, 19 to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor” (Luke 4:18-19).
We find a few interesting things in this fulfilled prophecy. Jesus was the “Anointed One” sent to proclaim ...Read More
Romans 10:17 says, “So then faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God,” but what happens when you can’t hear? On August 8, 2018, the Covenant Messenger evangelism team, Matthew, David, Harrison, and Della, met a young man who couldn’t hear as they were sharing Gospel tracts in Odoben Brakwa in the northern part of the Central Region. Although this man couldn’t hear a word that they were saying, he was interested in the tracts. This young man couldn’t hear. By faith, the CMM team was moved by the Holy Spirit to pray for this man to ...Read More
(Below is the Prison Ministry Report as it was received from the office in Accra, Ghana) REPORT ON VISIT TO CENTRAL PRISONS ON 27TH JULY & 10TH AUGUST, 2018 IN KUMASI
The meeting scheduled on the 27th July, 2018 could not take place due to renovations been carried out in the prisons. On the 10th August, a new place was given to us to meet with the students; but could not have classes as it was an open space without connection to electricity. In all sixty (60) students turned up with Pastor Kwabena Owusu; who ministered to them, at 1:45pm ...Read More
Outreach To Asesewa – Aug. 1, 2018 As the psalmist said, “AS THE DEER PANTS FOR THE WATER, SO MY SOUL LONGETH AFTER THEE” The people of Asesewa embraced the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ as the team went all out to preach, share tracts and interpret the messages in the tracts to the understanding of the people. Asesewa is a commercial town and has one of the biggest markets in the Eastern Region which operates on Mondays and Fridays. Hundreds of traders come and sell all kind of goods. Though the town is small and very dusty, the ...Read More
HOW CAN I KNOW YOUR JESUS? by Val Black Covenant Messenger Ministries sponsors a team of four evangelists who regularly go to cities and villages in various parts of Ghana to pass out Gospel tracts (pamphlets), explain salvation through Jesus Christ and pray for healing for those who are afflicted with sickness and other infirmities. In May of 2018 the team went to in a small village in the eastern region of Ghana called Akyem Asafo and in pouring down rain that day, they still managed to give out 207 Gospel tracts to anyone who would accept them. Through the ...Read More
Around 10 A.M. on July 17, 2018, four Covenant Messenger team members (Matthew, David, Della, and John) traveled to New Edubease in the Ashanti Region. Although the weather wasn’t ideal, the goodness of God was evident and His faithfulness followed through as always. Praise the Lord! The team shared 191 tracts and explained the message written in them to many. They prayed for the sick. There was an elderly man in his late 80’s who was suffering from joint pains. For many weeks, this man was unable to stand. The Lord used Matthew to pray and minister to the man who was totally healed – ...Read More
(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