Prisoners are loved by God just like you and me. Covenant Messenger Ministries has been granted permission by the Government of Ghana, West Africa, to conduct Bible schools in their prisons. Currently, we have one school in Kumasi, the 2nd largest prison, and approximately 100 prisoners are participating in the studies.
We have received word from Ghana that the prison ministry in Kumasi, Ghana is beginning to realize some “fruit” for their efforts. Two of the prisoners have served their sentences and have been released. While serving their time they both attended the prison Bible school sponsored by this ministry. Now they have asked to be part of the evangelism team so they can give their testimonies to help prevent others from ending in prison. The photo was taken outside the prison. Left to right are: Rev. John Harrison, Rev. Jerry Smith; the Prison Chaplain; CMM director Boachie and his wife, ...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 ...Read More
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
This picture was taken outside the prison premises, after lessons with the inmates and officers in the Kumasi Prisons. From left: Pastor Kwabena Owusu, Evangelist Osei Attah Emmanuel, Chief Kumah and Joseph Boachie-Danquah ...Read More
The meeting which commenced at 1:30pm with prayer, praise and worship by the inmates; had in attendance one hundred (100) inmates, one (1) Prison officer and CMM regional coordinator, Pastor Kwabena Owusu as well as Evangelist Osei Atta of Amakom Baptist Church, Kumasi. A short exhortation was given by Evangelist Osei Atta, on the theme “God’s Protection with scripture reading from Acts 12:1-19”; after Pastor Kwabena Owusu welcomed inmates to the service and informed them the school will begin on our next meeting. Inmates expressed their appreciation and submitted a list of thirty inmates who, one way or another, had ...Read More
This Is A Report On The Visit To Central Prison On 2nd & 16th Of June, 2017 In Kumasi, Ghana. The meeting which commenced at 1:30 pm with prayer, praise and worship by the inmates; had in attendance one hundred (100) inmates, two (2) Prison officers and CMM regional coordinator, Pastor Kwabena Owusu. A short exhortation was given by Pastor Kwabena Owusu, after welcoming inmates to the service and went straight to discuss the way forward concerning the commencement of the Bible School. The inmates were anxious and wanted to know why the program was delayed. They were satisfied after knowing ...Read More
Two years ago Covenant Messenger Ministries requested permission from the government of Ghana to conduct Bible schools in the prisons of Ghana, using the same I.S.O.M. curriculum being used in various churches and Bible schools throughout that nation. As of April 2017, the request has been approved and the first Bible school has begun at the prison in Kumasi, the second largest prison in Ghana. We are asking prayers for its success. Pastor Kwabena Owusu, (Director of the C.M.M. Prison Ministry) ...Read More