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.

Heaven’s Door – a poem by Timothy J. Black

HEAVEN’S DOOR Suppose a child came down to earth, From Heaven above thru a virgin birth. Suppose it happened like the Bible said, Even tho’ the prophet was long before dead. And, suppose this child lived a sinless life, Without riches or fame, or even a wife. Let’s say they killed Him for no good reason, On a foretold day of a certain season. Let’s go all out then and say He rose from the dead, No longer the tail but now the Head. Who would you say He was? Someone rich or poor? His name my friend is Jesus, ...
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India – The Ministry of Kiran Babu

Matthew 18:10, “Take heed that ye despise not one of these little ones; for I say unto you, That in heaven their angels do always behold the face of my Father which is in heaven.” Above is Kiran Babu who lives in India.  Kiran has a burden on his heart for the children of the poor in his district.  He and his family work faithfully to feed as many as possible and to improve their health with a mild-based drink rich with vitamins/minerals ...
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Reaching Out To West Africa – One Soul At A Time

We are a Bible-based ministry, founded in 1981 to provide Gospel tracts, Bibles, teaching materials to Eastern European nations after the fall of the Berlin wall.  Since then we have based an office in Accra, Ghana, West Africa and are presently assisting Pastors and church leaders in Ghana and Nigeria to establish Bible schools within their churches, utilizing curriculum from the International School Of Ministries.  Above is a group photo of graduation participants that took place in January of 2017 ...
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The Testimony of Hephzibah Adjeis – A Former Muslim

Below is the testimony of Hephzibah Adjeis, a former Muslim who accepted Jesus as Savior after an experience with a dream. A very powerful story! ...
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A Report On The Prison Ministry In Kumasi – June, 2017

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 ...
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Featuring The International School Of Ministries

Covenant Messenger Ministries International Bible School was begun in February 2000. Our vision is to educate as many people as possible in sound doctrine utilizing a curriculum that is affordable for everyone.  We found it and more, in the curriculum of the International School Of Ministries, or I.S.O.M. The curriculum consists of 160 hours of video lessons by anointed teachers such as:  Dr. A.L. Gill (photo above), Dr. T.L. Osborn; Dr. Marilyn Hickey; Dr. Joyce Meyer; Rev. Ray Comfort and many others. Average time to complete the course of 5 Trimesters is between 3 to 5 months, depending on the ...
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Bible School has begun at the Prison in Kumasi

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) ...
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The Blood Covenant

by Val Black    True Christianity is based on a person’s personal relationship with their Creator, God, through the shed Blood of God’s only begotten Son, Jesus.     We can have this relationship because of the sacrifice of Jesus on the Cross of Calvary nearly 2000 years ago.  It was a plan that was necessary because of the fall of Adam.  Adam sinned and lost his dominion over God’s creation.  The penalty for that sin was death, spiritual and physical.  In the Garden of Eden Adam died spiritually and lost his personal relationship with God.  God spared Adam from ...
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The Ashes Of The Red Heifer

by Val Black (Preface: The following message was given by Val Black at Faith Christian Fellowship, Shenandoah, Iowa at the Wednesday evening service on April 30, 1997. It was in response to the announcement of the first unblemished Red Heifer to be born in Israel in 2000 years. Although it may seem outdated in terms of the news of a red heifer being born at that time, the message of the Ashes of the Red Heifer is still the same and affects the Body of Christ today.)     What is the meaning behind the Red Heifer and what significance ...
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The Lost Coin Of Luke 15:8-10

by Val Black     In Luke 15:8-10 it tells the story of a woman who lost a coin and in reading, it seems as if she’s very disturbed about the loss. Have you ever wondered why a simple lost coin would be such a concern to a woman that she would rejoice when she found it? Here is the reason why: When a woman married in those days the bridegroom would give the bride a gift of silver coins which the bride would wear hanging from her forehead as a decoration and as a sign to others that she was ...
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