HIM Temple commissioning and dedication comes off at the HIM Headquarters at Tesano, Accra.
Termed as the Sanctuary of God’s Power, Praise, Holiness, and Peace; the HIM temple dedication is in fulfillment of the Godly injunction “now it came about when the king (David) lived in his house, and the LORD had given him rest on every side from all his enemies, that the king said to Nathan the prophet, “See now, I dwell in a house of cedar, but the ark of God dwells within tent curtains.” Nathan said to the king, “Go, do all that is in your mind, for the LORD is with you.” The building of the sanctuary is also in line with Harvest Chapel International’s agenda of spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ and making disciples of all nations.
Operating as the church arm of HIM, Harvest Chapel International (HCI) – has grown into a mission-minded network of over 100 branches and affiliates advancing God’s kingdom agenda throughout the world-in Africa, the Americas, United Kingdom, Europe and Asia. . The Ministry stands on the pillars of seven core values – Honesty, Respect, Faith, Excellence, Holy Ambition, Hard work and Achievement. It is committed to seeing these principles inculcated in its members at the individual, family and organizational levels.
To remain at the forefront of Christian music ministry in Ghana, HCI has blessed many souls with its annual outreach gospel musical program, “Harvest Praise”. HIM also continues to impact many destinies across Ghana and beyond with its kingdom activities such as the Rural & Inner City Crusades, Harvest Medical Missions, Prisons Ministry, Street Evangelism, and Educational Outreaches.
Harvest International Ministries (HIM) is an international Christian organization, pursuing the agenda of spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ and making disciples of all nations. The Ministry’s origin dates back to 1976 in Accra, Ghana, with the formation of Calvary Road Incorporated – an evangelistic group which functioned predominantly through drama and its music wing named “The Calvary Road Singers”. After many years of effective frontline Christian service, the ministry, in obedience to the direction of the Holy Spirit, in 1992 transitioned into the church phase of ministry – while retaining its foundational outreach orientation.