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Harvest School of Ministry Matriculates Over 40 Students Across Five Campuses

Sat, 18 Mar 2023 Source: Joseph Allotey-Kpakpoe

On Sunday, 5th March 2023 over 40 students matriculated at the Harvest School of Ministry, a ministry under Harvest International Ministries. The students will spend the next 6 months in class, after which there will be a graduation ceremony.

The matriculation ceremony was graced by the President of the school, Rev. Fitzgerald Odonkor, who is also the President of Harvest International Ministries. Rev. Odonkor shared some powerful and encouraging words with the students. The Administrator of the school, Rev. Noble Quadjie, also spoke words of encouragement to the new students.

Rev. Odonkor mentioned that this year's cohort was very dear to the ministry because it coincides with the annual theme of the parent Church, "Year of Establishment". He urged the students to let their motivation not be the certification but rather let it be the willingness and desire to participate in the journey to be ambassadors of Christ.

Quoting 2 Timothy 2:2, Rev. Odonkor urged the students to endeavor to reproduce reproducers to grow the kingdom. He challenged the students to ensure that they have undergone change and will be a crucible of revival.

The Harvest School of Ministry has a total of five campuses across Ghana, with the number of students per campus as follows:

• Accra: 14

• Sunyani: 17

• Kumasi: 14

• Takoradi: 5

• Fiapre: 6

The school is dedicated to training and equipping individuals for ministry work. With a focus on biblical teaching and practical training, the school is committed to helping students become effective leaders in their communities.

Harvest International Ministries, the parent ministry of the Harvest School of Ministry, has a vision to "Equip and Mobilize Leaders who Transform Nations." The ministry is committed to advancing the Kingdom of God through the training and equipping of leaders who can effectively impact their communities and nations.

With a focus on biblical teaching, discipleship, and practical training, Harvest International Ministries seeks to empower leaders to fulfill their God-given purpose and potential. The ministry is active in various areas of ministry, including church planting, evangelism, missions, and humanitarian work.

The vision of Harvest International Ministries is closely aligned with the mission of the Harvest School of Ministry, which is to train and equip individuals for effective ministry work. By partnering with Harvest International Ministries, the school provides its students with a rich and diverse learning experience that prepares them for effective ministry work.

The matriculation ceremony was a momentous occasion for the new students, as they embark on this new phase in their ministry journey. It was also a time of celebration for their families and loved ones who were present to witness the event.

Speaking after the ceremony, Rev. Quadjie expressed his excitement at the start of the new academic session. "We are excited to welcome our new students and are confident that they will be equipped to make a significant impact in their communities," he said.

The Harvest School of Ministry has a reputation for excellence in ministry training, and the new students are expected to build on that legacy. As they begin their journey, we wish them all the best and pray for their success.

Source: Joseph Allotey-Kpakpoe