Rev. Steve Mensah – Overseer of Charismatic Evangelistic Ministry (CEM)
Rev. Steve Mensah is the General Overseer of the Charismatic Evangelistic Ministry (CEM) in Accra, Ghana. He is one of the Great Sons of Ghana the Lord has raised and is using greatly to affect lives not only in Ghana but round the world.
This humble servant of God is loved by many of his colleagues and Pastors and the Christian community in general for his simplicity, peace loving nature and openness to all persons. He is one man of God who is very approachable so much so that people of all ages can come to him irrespective of the social status or standing. He is very compassionate, kind, loving with a large heart for the poor and needy in society.
His passion is to see the Gospel reaching the unsaved and neglected folks especially in the rural areas of our nation and beyond. And so, year after year, he spearheads the Christ to the Rural World Ministry in bringing “Jesus to the Rurals”. This Ministry outreaches the rural world with free medical help, free drugs, food, clothing, Bibles and books distribution among many other things.
His greatest desire is to see the poor person saved and empowered to be able to change his/her situation and environment. He also loves to see the youth empowered to make a difference in their time and generation. This passion is reflected in most of the sermons he preaches on Sunday and on other occasions.
He has authored many powerful books, which include Bone of My Bones, Life Changing Decisions, Reclaiming your Inheritance, 7 Things the Anointing Will Do for You, Go to Sleep after You Have Sown a Good Seed and many more.
He teaches the word of God with passion, simplicity and understanding in the Church he pastors on Sundays, and on Sweet Melodies FM.
He is a great conference speaker on Evangelism, Prayer, the Word and many more. His Apostolic Ministry has taken him to continents and nations round the world to bless and strengthen the body of Christ.
He is married to Rev. Mrs. Jane Mensah. They have four children and one adopted son.
Source: GhanaChurch.com – Ghana Churches News Portal
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