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.
(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) “If we are going to appreciate our movement in life, then we have to take note of our starting point. This helps us to measure our progress and appreciate how far God has brought us. Thank you God for how far you have brought me.” ...Read More
Have you ever wondered how God could have commanded Joshua, as the leader of the Children of Israel when they were entering Canaan, to kill all of the inhabitants of that region? The key to understanding His instructions is knowing who those people were and what they were like. They were known as Canaanites, but there were also other cultures such as the Hittites, Girgashites, Amorites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites. A common god worshiped by all of these people was Bel, also known as, Baal and Beelzebub. Their religion consisted of sexual perversion, including bestiality, self-mutilation, drunkenness and worst of ...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) Accept the fact that your high expectations will sometimes result in disappointment. Remind yourself that when those disappointments come, you can raise your expectations even higher, moving forward with more energy and determination than ever before. Bless and fruitful week to us all – – – Shalom ...Read More
27TH NOVEMBER, 2017 PROGRESS REPORT 27 – 11 – 17 THE AKATSI COVENANT MESSENGER MINISTRIES BIBLE COLLEGE
Calvary Greetings in the Name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. This is to update you on the activities of the COVENANT MESSENGER MINISTRIES BIBLE COLLEGE at MONOME – AKATSI, in the Volta Region of Ghana. The school was previously held in the auditorium of our church, Christ Living Word Chapel in Accra, before it was transferred to the Branch Church in Monome -Akatsi. The first Graduation Ceremony was held in the Church’s premises by the Regional Director, Bro. Joseph Boachie Danquah ...Read More
Outreach to Jejeti – November 10-11, 2017. Jejeti is in the Eastern Corridors of Ghana, about 260 kilometers (161 miles) from Accra and a two and a half hour drive. This was the first time we had been to Jejeti. The team members who participated were: 1). John Harrison 2). Matthew Kernu 3). David Osafo 4). Della Anning We ministered in Jejeti for two days but we had accommodation problems there so we traveled back to Anyinam and lodged at the Good Lady Guest House. From there we went back to Jejeti to continue the evangelism and left for Accra ...Read More
PROGRESS REPORT – 17TH NOVEMBER, 2017
Calvary Greetings in the name of Jesus. We believe and we thank God for your lives, that everything is well with you. The Lord has been good and continues to be good to us all the time. Over ten years ago, when the church branch in Monome – Akatsi was planted, a lot of change has taken place in the Monome Township. Most of the idol worshipers have been converted to Christ. Some of course are attending church services outside the town for fear of persecution, but the church has taken a deep root ...Read More
Outreach to Abefifi, Eastern Region, November – 2017
Greetings to you all for your support and encouragement. The team went to ABETIFI, a mountainous area in the Eastern Region near NKAWKAW for two days. We shared over 267 tracts and explained the messages in the tracts for their understanding. By God’s grace we led 121 people to Christ and prayed for the sick. One woman couldn’t walk for some days due to a fracture from an accident. We prayed with her and then she could walk. We also prayed for some people and ministered healing to them by the Grace of ...Read More
Words Of Wisdom by Jerome
(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) Being honest with others compels you to be honest with yourself. And it is only when you are honest with yourself that you can fulfill your awesome positive possibilities. Deceit can often be tempting, yet honesty is always the best path. Live with truth and you truly live ...Read More
We had a request from one of the inmates at the Kumasi prison to contact his wife in regards to his general condition and to learn about his daughter, whom he has never seen as she was born shortly before he was imprisoned 8 years ago. The Director of C.M.M. did contact the wife and daughter and reported back to the inmate. Later the following letter of appreciation came from the inmate. It’s being posted in hopes the reader will be prompted by the Holy Spirit to pray for this man and others who are incarcerated. I wish to express ...
This is a report on the Bible School that Covenant Messenger Ministries began a few months ago. The Government gave the ministry permission to conduct Bible schools in every prison in Ghana, depending on how well the pilot school does in Kumasi. The meeting commenced at 1:30 p.m. with prayer, praise and worship by inmates. Total registered students increased to eighty-seven (87); as one (1) new student was registered. Out of the eighty-seven (87) registered students, sixty (60) were present with twenty-seven (27) absent, due to sickness and/or out on duty. Pastor Kwabena Owusu and Rev. Emmanuel Atta Osei facilitated ...Read More