November 9, 2020
July 28, 2021

As part of the CCEM Quiz finals for 2020, the churches that emerged 1st, 2nd, and 3rd positions were given a cash award of 1000.00, 500.00 and 250.00 Ghana Cedis respectfully.

The Miracle Assemblies of God Church-Garu have put to effective use the 500.00 Ghana Cedis cash award they received from CCEM.

They used the money to buy Flashcards, tambourines, mats, a Pendrive, some toffess and biscuits to support the activities of the children’s ministry.

God bless them for putting the money to effective use and God bless all those who donated to make this possible.


Philip Gumah
Philip Gumah
Philip Gumah was born to Rev. and Mrs Michael Gumah on 6th December 1991. He completed Junoir Secondary Education at the Laterbiokorshie Presby JHS in Accra and continued to Nalerigu Secondary School. He then proceeded to Bawku Presby Nurses Training College in 2012 where he obtained a Diploma in General Nursing. He currently holds Bsc Nursing from University of Cape Coast. He started working for children as a children's service teacher in Nalerigu. He has served children also in Zebilla,Bawku, Sandema and Garu. He voluntered as worker for the Children in Christ Inc where he started a number of Good News clubs around Bawku. The passion to push the agenda of Children's Ministries and the concerns of children led to the birth of CCEM. He is a catechist of the Presbyterian church of Ghana. He is the President's Rep on the National Children's Service Teachers Fellowship Executive board. He is happily married to Diana Adeba and they are blessed with a Son called Nii-Johnson Winnongmam Gumah.