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We are excited about finding a brother-in-the-Lord in India who is fulfilling the Great Commission, working alongside his father, a pastor.   It’s unfortunate, but we cannot give their names or location in India where they are working as the government there is Hindu and frowns on support of Christian ministries.    Money transfer agencies such as Moneygram, Xoom, etc., will not accept transfers in support of Christians in India.  We tried several agencies but every one of them refused to transfer our support from the U.S. to India.   By the grace of God we finally found one that was willing ...
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Outreach to Assin Akropong- October 9-10, 2019

Greetings in the name of the Lord!  On October 9th and 10th, The Covenant Messenger Outreach Team traveled to Assin Akropong in the central region of Ghana, which is approximately four hours from the home office in Accra. The team distributed 167 tracts and 57 people gave their lives to the Lord Jesus Christ!  The people were curious about water baptism, and the team explained the importance of being baptized after salvation.  However, there was flooding in the stream due to heavy rains where they normally baptize people, so the team promised to baptize them during their next visit.  Please ...
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Outreach to Kwaprow- September 25-26, 2019

Greetings in the name of Most High God! On September 25th and 26th, the Covenant Messenger Ministry Outreach team in Accra, Ghana, traveled three and a half hours to Kwaprow in the Central Region of Ghana near Cape Coast. They shared tracts,  preached the Gospel, and prayed for people.  God moved by saving 58 people who gave their lives to Christ. They also shared over 189 tracts.  Glory to God! Two notable healings took place and the joy of the Lord filled the lives of the people and was witnessed by many. The pictures below show a woman who couldn’t ...
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Outreach to HoHoe- September 18, 2019

Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ! The Covenant Messenger Ministry team set off to Hohoe in the Volta region of Ghana on September 18, 2019.  Hohoe is approximately five hours from the home office in Accra, Ghana, and this was the team’s first visit there. The team shared the tracts, God is not Mad at You and You Are Loved, with the lost people of Hohoe.  The Holy Spirit moved in the hearts of these people as they learned about the unconditional love of our Father God and the sacrifice of Jesus that paid our ransom for ...
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Outreach to Adina – September 11, 2019

On Wednesday, September 11, the Covenant Messenger outreach team travelled to Adina in the Volta Region of Ghana.  The Adina people welcomed the truth of the Gospel with open hearts.  After preaching and sharing tracts, miracles took place. A woman whose father was a fetish priest gave her life to Jesus.  She testified that her family members are in darkness and promised to deliver the Gospel message to them.  Before giving her life to Christ, she was in serious pain and couldn’t stand and walk.  The team prayed for her, and she stood up and walked!  Hallelujah! Please join us ...
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Outreach to Emparkadan (In the Volta Region of Ghana)- September 4, 2019

The Outreach Team Evangelists Harrison, David and Matthew The Outreach team travelled to Emparkadan in the Volta Region of Ghana on 4th of September 2019.  The town is known  to be one of idol worship and poverty, hence, it’s a stronghold of demonic oppression and the people are blind to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.    However, nothing is more powerful in the spiritual realm than the Word of God.    “For the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, ...
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Did Jews Kill Jesus?

By Val Black Throughout history, Jews have been persecuted for many things and if you were to pin down just one, the most common denominator would be the belief the Jews were responsible for the death of Jesus. But did they really kill Jesus?  Let’s take a look at some history and a few scriptures pertaining to the question at hand. At the time of Jesus, Judea was controlled by Rome under Emperor Tiberius Caesar.  Pontius Pilate was the Roman Procurator, or Governor, who was chosen to represent Caesar in Judea.  Pilate was the official who presided over the trial ...
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Outreach to Begoro – August 27, 2019

Glory be to God in the highest! We revisited Begoro in the Eastern  Region.   We got to Begoro in the morning hours of 10:30 AM, on Wednesday, 27th August, 2019. The first picture is a lady who was born again on our first visit to Begoro.  She told us her experience in the Lord has made a big difference in her life.  She took us to her brother who is alcoholic and always drunk.  We shared the word of God with him and he gave his life to Jesus as Lord and personal Savior! The second picture is the brother ...
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Outreach to New Abirem – August 21, 2019

Greetings in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord. The team left from Accra and drove 3 ½ hours for New Abirem on Wednesday 21st of August, 2019 at 10:00 am.  We arrived in New Abirem around 1:30 pm and immediately started house-to-house evangelism.  We shared over 200 tracts and preached the Word of God.  We also prayed for a few people who were sick.   God was merciful and brought healing to their bodies. New Abirem is a mining town.  A lot of the youth don’t go to school and they do a lot of drinking of alcohol at a ...
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A New C.M.M. Int’l Bible School at Kpasa

A new C.M.M. Int’l Bible School has begun at Kpasa in the newly created region of Oti.  Presently, 7 students have enrolled plus the facilitator of the school. ( FYI:  The Oti Region is bordered on the north by the Northern region, to the south by the Volta Region, and to the west by the Volta Lake.  It has 8 districts.  The Oti Region is much drier than southern areas of Ghana, due to its proximity to the Sahel, and the Sahara. The vegetation consists predominantly of grassland, especially savanna with clusters of drought-resistant trees such as baobabs or acacias. Between December and April is the dry season ...
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