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.
Rev. John Harrison of Covenant Messenger Ministries is keeping very busy these days teaching classes in various locations and opening new schools as well. I like to tell the story of how John became acquainted with our ministry. It must have been between 15 to 20 years ago that someone donated a brand new Bible to the ministry. It was a duplicate of the Bible I had bought many years ago and because of the notes and use, mine had degraded quite a bit. I was happy to receive the new Bible and believed God had sent it as a ...Read More
On January 20, 2018, the largest graduation of the year took place at the Harvest Chapel in East Lagon. This was the second graduation for the school. Last year twenty-two students graduated while forty students graduated this year! Twenty-one students earned diplomas, eight earned degrees and nine were ordained into the service of our Lord. The President of the school is Rev. Paul Ansah Asiedu. The school facilitator is Rev. Philip Osei and administration officer is Freeman Darteh. The auditorium was full and the atmosphere of joy filled the room as the graduates danced to the glory of God. The auditorium ...Read More
Rev. Jerry Smith traveled to Ghana in January to minister at several graduations in various locations. The first graduation took place January 13, 2018, at Mogpa (Moment of Glory Prayer Army) in Kumasi. On that day 37 students graduated and 35 were ordained in the service of the Lord. Photos below: Above: a photo of the graduates Above: The graduates with Rev. Jerry Smith & the school faculty and C.M.M. staff Above: the school faculty and the C.M.M. staff with the hosting pastor and facilitator Rev. Isaac Osei-Bonsu & Rev. Jerry Smith ...Read More
A new Bible school has opened at the Refuge Place of Worship in Kumasi at Mankraso, Ghana. The school will be using the I.S.O.M. curriculum provided by Covenant Messenger Ministries. The hosting Pastor is Rev. Osei Kwame Thomas. Below are photos: Above: Rev. Osei Kwame Thomas & wife Above: Boachie with Rev Osei Kwame Thomas, the school facilitator and his assistant Above: The students with C.M.M. director, Boachie ...Read More
(Occasionally we hear back from one of the graduates of the Bible school and this is one of the most recent ones. It’s a blessing to us to know that the course is appreciated but we give all the credit to the Holy Spirit in His leading and His anointing of the teachers) My name is Rev. Philip Kwame Osei, a head Pastor of Christ Palace Church (End Time Ministries) based in Ghana, West Africa. I joined your university in the year 2017, pursuing a degree program. I am very glad I took this decision. After the graduation of the ...Read More
A report was recently received from the ministry of Rev. Dotse and his wife, Dezire in the Monome and Akeve areas of Ghana. They reported they had two revival meetings at Akeve and Monome resulting in 35 people accepting Jesus as their Lord and Savior! They were then instructed in the importance of baptism, led to a lake and were baptized. For the past two years, Rev. Dotse and his wife have featured a Bible training radio program titled, “Time With The Living Word”. Since the program airs over most of the Volta Region, they have found it to be a ...Read More
Kwabenya is in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. On January 18, 2018, graduation services of the Bible School took place with Rev. Jerry Smith of Claremore, OK, as the guest speaker. The facilitator for the school is Rev. Benjamin Gymesi. A total of six students graduated. There were no ordinations at this time. In attendance were family members and friends of the students, numbering between 170 to 200 people. Services began at 1:30 p.m. and closed by 4:30 p.m. Photos below: Above: Guest speaker, Rev. Jerry Smith, presenting a diploma to a graduate Above: The graduates in back row. Front row: ...
Graduation services at Ashongman took place on the 28th of January 2018. Services began at 3 p.m. The place was packed to capacity with visitors and the praise and worship was great. Ten people graduated but there were no ordinations at this time. Rev. David Abotor is the Bible school facilitator. Photos below: Above: Rev. Harrison addressing the graduates Above: Rev. David Abotor, the Bible School facilitator on the right, his wife on the left and speaker Jerry Smith in the middle Above: A view of the guests and graduates Above: Rev ...
Graduation services took place at Tema-Ashaiman on the 27th of January, 2018. The auditorium of visitors was full to capacity so it was necessary to extend room by placing a tent outside. About 250 people attended the program. The program started at 9:00 a.m. and closed by 1:30 p.m. The event was very powerful. Twelve students graduated and eleven were ordained in the ministry. The Facilitator of the Bible School at Tema-Ashaiman is Rev. John Ababio. He graduated from the Bible School in 2004. Rev. Ababio is a perfect example of how God is using the school by teaching people ...Read More
On March 13, 2018, the Covenant Messenger Ministries evangelism team traveled to the Central Region of Ghana to the village of Bodwaise. They were graciously received by members of the Author of Faith Church and together, proceeded to walk the streets of Bodwaise passing out Gospel tracts, praying with people and explaining the message of the Cross of Jesus Christ. As a result of their witnessing, 49 people accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. In addition, one young lady afflicted with diabetes confessed that she had considered taking her life because of the distress brought on to her by the ...Read More