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Welcome to CGMC

We are elated that you have chosen to visit our Web site! We welcome you, and pray the Word of God delivered from this ministry (CROWNING GLORY MINISTRIES CHURCH) becomes a testimony you can share with friends and family.

Do you realize how vital it is to be taught the Word of God in a practical manner? Through this, you not only gain understanding, but you can apply it to your daily life. It's almost as important as breathing, because it affects your ability to succeed. God has promised to make His word real at CGMC to all who dare to believe.

  We appreciate the opportunity to minister a timely Word that gives you the answers you've been searching for. We invite you to join us as we fellowship in God's Word every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday. Be blessed!

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About Our Pastors.

Apostle Paul Amam is the founder and senior pastor of CGMC (CROWNING

GLORY MINISTRIES CHURCH) in London England and International. As mandated by God, Apostle Paul’s goal is

to demonstrate the reality of God’s Words With nearly 22 years in ministry, Apostle Paul is passionate about the word of faith and operations in the supernatural. He preaches and teaches the word of God with simplicity. He is a man full of wisdom and is a problem solver. His sermons are encouraging and uplifting. His passionate about                     Apostle Paul Amam

helping the under privileged in the community and

where ever he goes.                                                                       



Rev. Gertrude Amam is a co-pastor of CGMC           

(CROWNING GLORY MINISTRIES CHURCH), she is seasoned teacher, conference speaker, who demonstrate profound love for God and compassion for people anointed vessel of God, who operate by the Holy Spirit.

As a former Professional Social Worker Rev. Gertrude has a heart for restoring women and family relationships. She is the founder and overseer of the Women’s Ministry at CGMC (CROWNING GLORY MINISTRIES CHURCH), where she frequently hosts prayer, Bible study, retreats, workshops, and other events that empower women to develop in the love of God. Ultimately, Gertrude’s goal is to make a mark in the lives of people by showing them the unconditional love and acceptance of Jesus Christ.

As a mother, she firmly believes the best way to raise successful children is to be an active role model by demonstrating the love of God.

Rev : Gertrude Amam

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No matter what the situation you may be going through, be it sickness, immigration, unemployment & etc., I want you to know that there is a name that is above every other name, the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth. He will surely hear you whenever you call upon Him. “For whosoever call upon the name of God shall be saved” (Rom 10vs 13)

Even as you have acted in faith to donate to this ministry, God will give you a testimony that will make nations look for you. Whatever you are believing God for, HE shall surely do it.

The bible says “Give, and it will be given to you: a good measure, pressed down, shaken together, running over, will be poured into your lap. For the measure you use will be the measure you receive.” (Luke 6:38).

"Whoever sows generously will also reap generously." – 2 Corinthians 9:6

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What images spring to mind when you read the word church?

1.an angry preacher ranting about hellfire and damnation to an uptight congregation

2.a gathering of hypocrites

3.a boring place to which your parents dragged you as a kid

4.a group of people who believe they're right and all those other churches are wrong

5.the place where Fun goes to die

There is plenty of evidence to support each and every one of those ideas. How many people have been burned and turned off on religion by a bad experience at church? Perhaps you've been there yourself have you ever looked at a church and thought, "if that's what being a Christian is all about, I want nothing to do with it"?

If you think that "church" is about as far away from God that you can get, you're in pretty good company. Jesus himself had a lot to say about the churches and organized religion of his day. Talking to a crowd of holier-than-thou church attenders, he didn't mince words:

"You're hopeless, you religion scholars and Pharisees! Frauds! You're like manicured grave plots, grass clipped and the flowers bright, but six feet down it's all rotting bones and worm-eaten flesh. People look at you and think you're saints, but beneath the skin you're total frauds."

If your experience of the organized church matches Jesus' words if you feel there's not much life behind the neat, orderly exterior you're on the right track. Jesus teaches us in the Bible that a true church is not defined by the clothes we wear, the building we meet in, the airs we put on, or the style of music we use to worship. Rather, true church is nothing more, nothing less than the community of people who believe in the Good News. Church real, meaningful church takes place when we get together with other people and put into practice the love and joy we've received from God. Jesus described this sort of fellowship:

"When two of you get together on anything at all on earth and make a prayer of it, my Father in heaven goes into action. And when two or three of you are together because of me, you can be sure that I'll be there."

Elsewhere in the Bible, we get a picture of the sort of Church that God wants us to be a part of:

"Let's see how inventive we can be in encouraging love and helping out, not avoiding worshiping together as some do but spurring each other on, especially as we see the big Day approaching."

Would you like to be part of a community of people who "encourage love" and "help out"? That's the sort of community that happens when you embrace the Good News and connect to other people who share your faith. If you haven't found a church where that happens, you need to get plugged into a community that takes Jesus seriously.

If you don't attend a church but want to find out what a loving, accepting community really looks like, read about the Good News and find out what would inspire people to get together to encourage and support one another.



So you've read about God, Jesus, and the Bible. You've read about the Gospel, Jesus' plan for connecting you to God and giving you something more to live for. (If you haven't read about these things, take a few minutes to do so. You might be surprised at what you read!)

But what do you do with all this?

Simply reading about Jesus and God isn't enough. You have a choice to make. You have to decide what to do with the radical and far-reaching claims that the Bible makes about you, Jesus, and your relationship with God.

Let's review the heart of those claims:

First, the Bible says that you (like every other human who's ever lived) are unable to know true peace because your sin has separated you from God.

But secondly (and this is the good news!) God still loves you, and wants you to know him and live a life that's in phase with his will. God sent his only son, Jesus, to become a human himself and pay the price for your sins. Death is where sin inevitably leads. but Jesus died voluntarily in your place. When you believe that Jesus died for your sin, you're home free. The slate's wiped clean, and God chalks up your sin as "paid in full". by Jesus. The barrier that stood between you and God is gone.

We call this story "the Gospel," or Good News... because what could be better news than learning that God is inviting you into his family?

So what is this choice that you have to make? It's simple: you have to choose whether or not to believe in Jesus' sacrifice. That means admitting that your sin keeps you from God, and that Jesus offers the way back home. That's all you have to do: accept this free gift from Jesus, no strings attached.

There are three ways you can respond to this choice:

1 You can decide not to believe in Jesus. Choosing this option sends you back to Square One, looking on your own for answers to your heart's questions. There are lots of people out there claiming to have answers, but be warned: the Bible says that there's only one way to God, and that's through Jesus. There's no prize for second place.


2 You can put off the decision until later. Maybe you want to take some time to think about this or read more about it. There's lot more here at Gospel.com about Jesus and his Gospel message, so have a look around. But be careful�Jesus' offer is open to all, but if you never get around to making a choice, that's not any different than rejecting him.


3 You can accept Jesus' offer of freedom by acknowledging your sin and asking Jesus to take it away. Jesus promises you freedom from guilt and sin, and a chance to start things fresh. You'll live a new life, a life with a purpose, knowing that God loves you and will help you through whatever life throws your way. 

Which will you choose? However you choose to respond to Jesus' claims, we'd love to hear from you. Write to us at hopeline@crowninggloryministrieschurch.org and tell us what you think. We'd be happy to answer your questions, or help point you to resources that can help you make a decision. And if you've decided to believe in Jesus, we want to be the first to welcome you to your new life, and help you get started! The choice is yours!


What's the best piece of news you ever received?

Maybe it was the day the love of your life said "yes" when you asked, on your knees, if she would marry you. Maybe it was the news that you'd just landed your dream job, the one you'd been aiming at for as long as you could remember. Or maybe the good news took the form of your newborn baby's very first hesitant cries—the sounds that told you she was alive and well.

Those are all examples of good news. Even if you haven't experienced a lot of good news yourself, you can probably think of other examples, from small pleasant surprises to life-changing developments.

But there's one piece of news so amazing, so transforming, that it's not just good news: it's the Good News. Something so wonderful that every other good thing that's happened to you simply pales in comparison.

So what is it? Here it is:

There is a God, he loves you, and you can know him personally.

That's it. Think for a moment about what that means: it means that there's something more to life than the daily grind. It means that pain, disappointment, and suffering are not the end-all-be-all of your life. It means that Somebody loves you without asking anything in return—no matter how messed up your life is, no matter what you've done.

This Good News is the main point behind the Bible, and it's not complicated. All you need to do to receive this Good News is believe it. Here's how it breaks down:

1.You, like everybody else on earth, have made mistakes. To use a religious word, you've sinned.

2.Your mistakes (sins) make it impossible for you to know God all by yourself. God is perfect and good in every respect, and sinful people can't even be in the presence of so much goodness. It doesn't matter if your mistake was a little one or a big ugly one—it's enough to separate you from God.

3.God loves you, despite your mistakes, and wants to have a relationship with you. God came up with a solution to this sin problem—he sent his son Jesus to suffer the penalty that your mistakes deserve. Jesus took your mistakes upon himself so that you can be perfect in God's eyes. After committing this act of sacrifice, Jesus was raised from the dead and acts as a go-between for you and God.

4.By simply believing in this—your sin, God's love, and Jesus' sacrifice—you can enter a relationship with God. That means that your mistakes are washed away and you're invited to live a new, transformed life—a life that's based on something more meaningful than money or power or keeping up with the Joneses.

That's the Good News: that there's more to life than what you see, and you can be a part of it—through Jesus.

If that sounds like something you want to do, all you need to do is make the decision to believe. Or if you want to read more about Jesus, sin, the Bible, or other topics, take a look around and see what you learn!


Thousands of books vie for that title.

Nearly every religious movement in

history has claimed that its texts are the

one true guide to life. Most of those books have faded from memory along with the groups that wrote them—but one religious book is different. When it comes to the Bible, people have loved it and hated it, but one thing they have never done is ignore it.

For thousands of years, probably no religious book has been the source of more controversy and devotion than the Bible. It's been banned, translated into countless languages, burned, smuggled, mocked, defended, and consulted for answers to everything from prophecy to politics to morality. People have committed horrible acts while citing the Bible as their justification... and they've done beautiful acts of goodness while claiming the Bible as their inspiration. What is this volatile book, and why is it still on bookshelves around the world thousands of years after it was written? If you've ever picked up the Bible and read parts of it at random, you may have felt more confused than enlightened. What's in the Bible that causes so many extreme reactions, and that makes it so important to people today?

The question of what the Bible says is relatively easy to answer. The Bible, in a nutshell, is a collection of several dozen short texts (called "books of the Bible") written by various authors who lived in the Middle East over a period of time stretching from the Bronze Age to the Roman era. Together, the books of the Bible tell an epic story about God's interactions with the ancient nation of Israel and with mankind in general. The final section of the Bible describes the life and death of a man named Jesus, and depicts the actions of his followers, men and women who called themselves "Christians." (The full text of the Bible is available online if you want to search or peruse it yourself.)

But obviously, if the Bible were just a book containing some interesting historical tidbits, it wouldn't be so important to people today. The fact is, the Bible makes some pretty serious claims about itself and about the events it describes. Today, Christians consider the Bible to be a foundation of their faith. Here's what Christians believe about the Bible:

1.The Bible was written not just by humans, but by God himself. God inspired the various Biblical authors to write what they did.

2.Since the Bible was written by God, it's perfect, the teachings and ideas it contains are God's own, and are completely trustworthy.

3.The Bible's purpose is to show us how we, personally, can find God. The entire Bible, from the "boring" history parts to the amazing eyewitness accounts of Jesus' life, tells the story of God's love for us, and how we can come to know God personally through Jesus.

The Bible is made up of hundreds and hundreds of pages and countless different tales, but all those stories fit together to tell a single story: God loves us and wants to know us personally. That core story is sometimes called "the Gospel," and Christians consider it the most important story ever told.

If you're new to the Bible and want to learn more about this core story, you can read more about the Gospel. Or if you want to find out more about the Bible and what it says, there are plenty of Bible studies to help you delve into the text. If you want to skip all that and dive right into the Bible text itself, the entire Bible is online and fully searchable at the Bible Gateway.



Welcome to CGMC (CROWNING GLORY MINISTRIES CHURCH), where our vision is to teach the Word of God with simplicity and understanding. Our passion is to ensure that people from all walks of life understand the power, and the love of God available to them through Jesus Christ.

We are committed to making a mark that cannot be erased, locally and globally. Our goal is to empower billions of people around the globe to experience victory in every area of their lives.

We want you to be a part of what God is doing through this ministry (CROWNING GLORY MINISTRIES CHURCH). We invite you to visit our weekly worship services, where you will experience the presence of God through praise and worship, prayer, and biblical teaching that will transform your thinking.













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