MOVE 2013 Launched

Fellow Valiant Brother

In Ghana, we re-energized a new wave of men’s ministry about seven years ago. Quite a number of pastors across Ghana are building a men’s movement in this dynamic nation. My colleague brother and executive member of Men of Vision and Evangelism named Jacob PUPLAMPU in agreement with me said, “This is the answer for our city and nation…a movement of men fully engaged in the pursuit of Christ. We are in this with everything we have!”

Harvest International Ministries.Org RELAUNCHED

Harvest international ministries has rejuvenated its tecky tool - the official website. Since it was first created in November, 2005 the site has been a favourite haven for believers all over the world, especially members in the diaspora seeking to keep in touch with the headquarters. 

In keeping with growing content and trends, the site has been redesigned and given a very graphical facelift with more features to complement the rich and diverse additional content. The Head Pastor, Fitzgerald Odonkor shared the teaser for the new website during the first sunday service of the new year - 6th Jan, 2013 to officially introduce the site to the congregation.

Camp Meeting USA 2012

The 2012 Harvest Chapel International (HCI) Campmeeting was held from Thursday, July 19 – Sunday, July 22 in Virginia, USA at the Westin Hotel – Tyson’s Corner. The gathering was hosted by the Maryland/Virginia branch with the theme “Pursue, Overtake and Recover All”.

All speakers and sessions held focused on this theme to edify attendees. Campmeeting 2012 was a success with attendance more than doubled from the 2011 camp.

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With lifted hands, some on bended knees, hands held, harvest chapel members, for the past one and half weeks have been congregating in the dawn hours of 5-6am amidst travailing prayers determined to touch heaven in the prayer month of October. It came initially as a clarion call from the General Overseer, Rev Fitz Odonkor for members to share their dawn quality time in prayers for a week and then came another week and patronage has been so soaring!.

Led by Prayer Warriors including Pastor Redeemer Agbozo, the meetings touch on a list of prayer points including breakthroughs in all endeavours. From the refreshing presence of God that has characterized these meetings and the revival sweeping through, it’s very obvious October’s prayer crusade will leave great spiritual footprints to wrap the year 2012 on a victorious note!


Breaking physical barriers, embracing cultures of the world, many souls across North America, Canada and the UK are experiencing a unique witness of the Holy Spirit under the auspices of the Harvest Chapel International, HCI annual programs.

The mighty move of God captivated this year's HCI North America camp meeting which took place at Virginia's Westin Hotel near Tysons Corner with attendance from all the US branches and participation from Ghana and Denmark. The gathering was graced with the presence and impactful Ministration of HCI's general overseer - Reverend Fitzgerald Odonkor.

The Abundant Life Conference 2012 - The Mighty God

I am come that you may have life and have it more abundantly." These words of Jesus Christ, promising life to the full to every believer,  was the Rhema which gave life to the  designation of our biannual gathering formerly dubbed "the overcomer's convention." 

The five- day conference held in the Harvest Chapel Auditorium from July 4th - July 8th 2012  under the  theme "The Mighty God" attracted a great number of people from all walks of life.  Indeed our God is "God alone- unchangeable, unshakeable and unstoppable - That's  who he is!" In the words of Rev. Dr. Anthony Cudjoe, our speaker for the first two nights of the conference, "other things may be called mighty but our God is ALmighty!  - He is mighty in himself and under normal circumstances it is unecessary to qualify Him but for our own sake we sometimes have to get  adjectives to describe Him!"

Thousands worship at Harvest Praise 2012

With hands raised high, heads looking up to the heavens and loud voices singing along, thousands of Christians and gospel music lovers joined the Harvest International Ministries to worship and praise God on Good Friday.

The Harvest Praise concert, held at the Dome of the Accra International Conference Centre, featured international gospel singer Bob Fitts and his wife, Kathy, who gave an electrifying live performance. The audience clapped and danced to some of his classics including 'Glory, Glory Lord', 'Blessed Be The Lord God Almighty' and 'Take My Healing To The Nations'. Ghanaian gospel musicians, Ceccy Twum and Ernest Opoku as well as the Harvest Gospel Choir also thrilled the audience with some powerful melodies leaving the audience dancing their hearts out.

Harvest Praise 2012 Launched

American gospel singer and evangelist, Bob Fitts is expected in Ghana next month to join hundreds of Christians praise and worship at the 2012 edition of the Harvest Praise concert. The “Glory, Glory, Lord” singer will join a host of other local gospel artistes on Good Friday April 6, 2012 at the Dome of the Accra International Conference Centre for the 14th edition of the annual praise concert.

This was disclosed by organizers of the event at its launch at the Novotel Hotel in Accra on Thursday, 1st March, 2012 dubbed “HP Connect”.

Harvest Chapel Waits 9th - 20th January, 2012

By God’s grace Harvest Chapel worldwide ended its 2012 twenty-one days of fasting and prayer on Sunday, January 29th 2012.

Each day of the fasting period saw members in all Harvest branches all over the world gather in their various assemblies to praise, thank and lift up prayer to God Almighty. Prayers of all kinds and on various topics have been deposited at the throne room of grace and the Lord who answers prayer will surely answer his children.

Christians Gear-Up For Christmas Festivities

The singing of harmonious carol music interspersed with scripture reading heralded activities by Christian faithfuls across the country to commemorate 2011 Christmas festivities.

Major Christian activities a week before the remembrance of the birth of Jesus Christ on December 25 have centred on: “Nine Lessons and Carols,” as most Churches, both Charismatic and Orthodox have devoted a night for participating in the Christmas custom.