David Yeboah weds Esenam 
Visit to some member organizations by Administrative assistant
Nelson Malwit to visit
Fullstature Missions International (Featured)  

David Weds Esenam
It is with great Joy that GEMA annouces the marriage ceremony between David and Esenam which took place on the 14th of April 2012 at the springs of LIfe Chapel. We continue to wish them well as well seek your prayers of blessings upon them. 

Wisdom Yao Nyador, the administrative assistant made the following trips to ensure that appeal for funds letters got to some member organizations. The first trip was made to CMRF to collect the letters from Mrs. Grace Brue (secretary) to Ps Enoch Nyador on 4th April 2012. On the 11th April, the distribution of the letters began with the first trip being made to International Needs Ghana (Dansoman SNIT Flat). On the 17th of April, distribution was made to the following member organizations; Accra Chapel, Torchbearers, and Source of Light. On the 18th of April Theo vision and Pioneers Africa were also reached. The last trip was made on the 19th as the following member organizations received their letters; SIM, GILLBT and Royale Inspire Shipping Company. 
In total, nine organizations were reached. Although there was no instant response to the appeal letters, all organizations promised to respond to it in due time. 

Nelson Malwit to visit

GEMA long-time partner, Nelson Malwit will visit Ghana from May 8-14 this
year to assist GEMA to develop more web-based mission collaboration. Nelson
The website will offer a way for people all over and around Ghana to
indicate an interest in serving in ministry. Your partner ministries will
find people that want to take their service, their lives to the next level
toward offering themselves as a “living sacrifice.”  This is sort of a
match-dot-com for missions, ministry or training candidates that your
partner ministries would otherwise never know about."

Fullstature Missions International
Fullstature Missions International (a member of GEMA) is an international mission that originated from the Federal Republic of Nigeria. In 1995, the vision of extending its mission works to Ghana with a special focus on the Kokombas in the Krachi and Nkwanta districts. In 1996 a team was sent to start background study and mobilization through Strategic Partnership Seminar. In 1999, the work fully began in collaboration with the Apostolic Church of Ghana. In Ghana, Fullstature Missions International (FMI) focuses in the following areas: Evangelism, Discipleship Training, Church Panting, Short Term Mission Mobilizations, Mercy Ministries (Used Items Donation), and Hope Recovery Project (Street Child Project).
Presently FMI is having five field workers, three administrative staffs and many affiliates with  churches and church leaders. Since the beginning of this year, FMI has mainly been involved in outreaches in collaboration with churches like Assemblies of God among others, reviving existing churches and expanding the Mercy Ministries through cloth donation.  The rest of the year is purposed to continue the revival in all existing church, train disciples, plant more churches (100 churches by 2015) as well as expand its territory.
One thing FMI is proud to praise God for the understanding and commitment individuals and groups are showing towards the missions work. However, they continue to depend on God for more sponsors towards infrastructure for newly established churches. 
Contact Rev. Daniel Hyde Appiah, dyhdeappiah@gmail.com  www.fullstature.net