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Evelyn Yeboah was born in 1955 in Banjul, the Gambia. She is the youngest child of Patience Dowoo Coker (Gambian) and Daniel Yeboah (Ghanaian).
She used to be a Methodist, but became born again in 1990 and fellowshipped with the Lord‟s Vine Church. She had the calling of God to the service of winning souls in the year 2010 and with trust in God; she hearkened to the call and started the Ministry “Christ Faithful Messengers”, which God continues to bless and increase till this day.
Since 2010, she has been committed to her call and has dedicated and devoted herself untiringly to work hard; praying for people all over the world; having fellowship every week and Conference Prayer Line everyday from 5.30am – 6.30am, and from 9.00pm – 10.00pm everyday. She has also authored 3 books (“As from Today‟, “It is written‟, and “Daily Devotional‟), and has been sponsored twice to preach and pray in America for lots of people. The Lord has blessed her with the anointing of prophecy and healing.
She has searched and found God in unconventional places. God has afforded her a hungry spirit for authenticity and sincerity. She sees her role as one called to encourage the transformation of individuals and congregations. She has learned with time how important it is to listen to others. She believes the greatest example of a miracle that we can witness today is the transformation of an unbeliever who gives his soul to Christ. She is a great believer in the Salvation Message and is very passionate about faith. Her faith is built around a strong believe in God as made known to us in Jesus Christ and by His gift of grace!
She is a pastor and a teacher of the Word of God. In the last four years, she has been building disciples and discovering destinies in Christ, both here in the UK, in America and in the Gambia. She loves singing, reading, travelling, mentoring and motivating people worldwide; teaching strengthening, imparting and impacting the body of Christ.
It has been her personal goal to help “Christ Faithful Messengers‟ to effectively communicate the Gospel Message to the world, and to raise „people of power‟ and strive to develop other people to fulfil their potential in Christ Jesus, by helping them to identify the hidden potentials in them. She is very passionate about seeing the Good News of Jesus Christ impact people‟s lives. She strongly believes Jesus Christ really is the hope for this world. She believes in the Sovereign God, the Heavenly Father, creator of heaven and earth and His covenant – that He will be our God and we shall be His people. (Jeremiah 31:33)
Evelyn Yeboah is the founder and leader of Christ Faithful Messengers. She lives with her family in London. She is blessed with 6 wonderful children (2 sets of twins)
Chipo Maporisa was born in Lusaka Zambia. Her early Christian roots came from her mother. She has been a Christian from a young age but became born-again in 2011 after encountering the message of grace. Her first real encounter with the God of miracles was in 1999 when the one and only miracle working God healed her eldest daughter who was dumb from birth. Since then she has never looked back. God’s hand has been upon her life and she can confidently say “My Redeemer lives‟.
She loves the Lord and enjoys passing the love He gives her to others through prayer, encouraging, uplifting, ministering and declaring the word of God to others. She is privileged to be a servant to pass on the message of salvation.
Henry Nampandu Hanyerere is a Deacon of the Christ Faithful Messengers Ministry based in West Thamesmead, South East London. Born in Uganda in 1970, Deacon Henry is a lawyer by profession.
He is a graduate of the University of Essex where hequalified with a Master’s degree in International Trade Law (with distinction). His first degree, an Upper Second Class Bachelor of Laws degree, was awarded by Makerere University, Uganda. He holds a post-graduate diploma in Legal Practice and a certificate in Training of Trainers and Adult Learners awarded to him by Crown Agents, United Kingdom. Deacon Henry is currently concluding doctoral studies at Queen Mary University of London. Before commencing his doctoral research in the United Kingdom, Deacon Henry worked as Legal Practitioner and Law Lecturer for over fifteen years. His last posting in Uganda was a Legal Adviser to the Government of Uganda.
Deacon Henry was born in a Christian family in 1970 and has always loved serving the Lord since 1979 when he accepted the Lord as his personal Saviour. Deacon Henry‟s faith and love of God has grown with time as he realizes the mighty power of the living God. He believes he is a living testimony of the mighty power of God who has blessed him in many ways and rescued him from various situations.
Throughout his doctoral research and indeed his whole life, the Lord has helped him overcome obstacle after obstacle. With a determination not to be like the 9 lepers that did not go back to praise the Lord after their healing, Deacon Henry is determined to serve the Lord using the talents he has, including teaching, counselling and guidance. Henry is actively involved in the Christ Faithful Messengers Ministry based in West Thamesmead where he gives support to Evangelist Evelyn Yeboah in helping out with the monthly fellowships currently held every first Saturday of the month. When not worshipping at Christ Faithful Messengers, Henry attends the Redeemed Christian Church of the Lord, The Builders House in Clapham, South London. Henry lives in South East London.
Morris Reeves became born again when he converted from the Islamic Religion. He joined the Baptist Church after he was converted. He is currently serving in the technical department, Christ Faithful Messengers.
Morris Reeves lives in London and he is married and has a family of five. He was born to a Muslim parent in Monrovia, Liberia. He worked at the Liberia Embassy as the Administration Assistant to the Ambassador. He grew up as a Muslim but got converted later into Christianity in 1995 and was baptised in 2003.
Since 2003, he has developed an intimate and personal relationship with the Lord, and he has the passion to serve and work for the Lord. He has grown from strength to strength in the things of God; serving in various departments in his church in the UK as well as sponsoring local churches in Liberia.