Camp meeting 2010 kicked off to an exciting start. Participants began checking in on Thursday, August 12. They included our Head Pastor, Rev. Fitzgerald Odonkor (Ghana), Mr. & Mrs. Richard Crabbe(VA) Pastor Gaius Gborglah(NC), Rev. Dr. Charles Zuta (WA), Pastor Joseph Ammah‐Tagoe(NJ), Rev. Susanne Kaltsas(NJ) , Elder Sammy Nkansah(Ghana), Pastor Joseph Asmah(NJ), Prophet Prince Frimpong(NJ), Dr. Jonathan & OT Laryea and their 2 girls(AK‐ drove over 24 hours,
The atmosphere at the Dome of the Accra International Conference Centre was utterly turned into a haven of God on Good Friday night, which took music enthusiasts minutes to recall the fact that they were not in a church. It was the 12th edition of Harvest International Ministries' (HIM's) annually acclaimed and crowd puller, Harvest Praise music concert. The 4,000 sitter Dome of the conference centre was filled to capacity such that organisers had to turn away many for lack of space.
One by one they came, and very quickly too…and soon they numbered 134 souls in all. Great rejoicing must have taken place in Heaven, as the scripture says, as they all surrendered their lives to Christ on Good Friday – April 2, 2010. Many came to experience the music ministry of UK-based Vinesong, Harvest Gospel Choir, Ohemaa Mercy, the drama ministry of Harvest Theatre and the word-cum-music of Andrae Crouch – the father of contemporary gospel music, at Harvest Praise 2010.
Harvest Praise 2010 takes a huge leap forward marking its 12th edition with International Gospel Music Legend, ANDRAE Crouch in his 44th year in ministry. Considered as the father of Gospel music, Andrae promises a refreshing rendition of platinum songs such as “Jesus is the Answer”, “The blood that Jesus shared for me”, “I don’t know why Jesus loves me”, “Through it all”, “Soon and Very soon” and “Mercy” among others.
From a humble platform mainly featuring the passionate resident choir, Harvest Gospel Choir, Harvest Praise has grown into a thriving international music ministry, bringing renowned local and foreign artists of all shades ministering through gospel music and word. A ministry arm of Harvest International Ministries, Harvest Praise has been touching hearts, reviving lives and bringing them into the presence of GOD for 11years running.
The venue will be used until an appropriate site or location is acquired. the Pokuase Assembly was set up to cater for members and individuals living within the environs of Kutunse, Sapeiman, Medie, Amasaman, Pobieman, Ashongman, Taifa, Pokause, etc. The main goal of the branch is to win more souls in the area into the kingdom of God and the church.
The Lord has opened the door once again for yet one more branch and the first for Harvest Chapel International (HCI) in Scandinavia. On Sunday, 27th September 2009, service began at Alidhemkyrkan (Alidhem Church) in Umea, Northern Sweden. The branch began on the day led by Daniel Adjei with six members and has since been growing steadily.
To the glory of God, Harvest Chapel International’s French Service was inaugurated at 07:15am on 25th October 2009 as planned. The service recorded an attendance of 30 people, 9 francophone and 21 anglophone ‘French language enthusiasts’.
Patrick Abbah-Dakou was in the driver’s seat ensuring the smooth running of the service. The ‘groupe musical’, under the able leadership of Borax Kojo Folson, led the congregation in heavenly praise and worship and Rev. Nana Folson topped it up with a wonderful ministration in song. The highlight of the service was the sermon which was delivered by the head pastor, Rev. Fitzgerald Odonkor, who stunned the congregation as he preached in impeccable French.
Join us praise and worship the Lord in French. It’s absolutely fantastic!
Venez louer le Seigneur avec nous!!
The Gbawe Branch of Harvest Chapel International celebrated its First Anniversary in the second week of September 2009. The church from very humble beginnings in the living room of the pastor-in-charge has seen great transformation. The branch currently seats about forty people for a Sunday service.The celebration included the following activities;