Christlike Disciplemakers Movement

The Christlike Disciplemakers' Movement (CDM) exists as an arm of the body of Christ for the purpose of producing a steady stream of passionate, Christlike disciple-makers from every Bible-centered church background who are constantly learning, growing and reproducing their kind and being released to plant self-multiplying healthy churches until the uttermost parts of the world are filled with them.

With 2 Timothy 2:2 as the watchword, we believe that disciples are made by Christlike disciples, and are not just born. All members are therefore to commit themselves to growing in Christlikeness and producing at least one Christlike disciple-maker yearly.


CDM Bible College

The Christlike Disciplemakers Movement Bible College (CDMBC) is a non-denominational 'disciples-and-disciplemakers' producing center that equips godly men and women for soulwinning and disciplemaking.

Founded in 2010 as an offshoot of CDM, it aims to produce Christlike disciple-makers who know their specific calling from God and have enough urgency for the Great Commission to reproduce strategic and faithful labourers for finishing the Unfinished Task within one generation. It also seeks to teach, train and build Christlike and reproducible models who can say, "Be imitators of me, even as I am of Christ."

The Bible College is largely for busy professionals and Christian students. It consists of a Certificate Program and a Diploma Program, both focused on Missions and Disciplemaking. It is usually organized around the University academic calendar, so that students will not have to miss school to participate. The CDMBC has been officially accredited by the Ghana Education Service and also by the Africa Association of Bible Schools.


National Service Persons in Missions Initiative (NASPIM)

The National Service Persons in Missions Initiative (NASPIM) is an attempt to harness the over 120, 000 tertiary-trained academics that are churned out into the work market across the country each year.

These graduates serve in various capacities including education, agricultural, banking, and various other industries in Ghana.

The NASPIM Initiative seeks to mobilize, train, and send as many of these graduates who are committed Christians into needy communities and ethnic groups primarily through Senior High School tuition in order to impact the country on an annual basis.

We are calling on all students currently at the tertiary level to take time and consider the goodness of God in carrying them through over twenty years of education, and respond to this goodness by giving God the first year of their worklife in a community that desperately needs the light they are carrying.

Click on the link below to apply and/or contact relevant personnel for further information.

Great Commission Church International (GCCI)

In April 1991, Great Commission Church International started on the campus of the University of Ghana, Legon, when seven ministers gathered for a period of prayer and fasting to seek the face of the Lord.

These seven ministers were Rev. JFK Mensah, Rev. Samuel  Asuming-Brempong, Rev. Komla Ebenezer Hagan, Rev. Samuel Vincent Ansah, Rev. Derek Sarpong, Rev. Richard Kwami Adanu and Rev. Joseph Kwabena Antwi. 

Currently, the church has over a hundred and fifty congregations in Ghana, Togo, and Benin, with branches soon to be opened in Nigeria. JFK Mensah serves as the General Overseer for the Church in the various countries, deputized by Apostle Prof. Samuel Asuming-Brempong (Chairman, Ghana National Council), and Apostle Prosper Nove (Chairman, Togo and Benin National Council).

GCCI is committed to soul-winning, church-planting, and disciple-making.