End Time Harvest Bible College in Ghana

March 9th, 2015

Shama Junction
Storming the Gates Crusade

End Time Harvest Bible College embarked on their first crusade for the year in a township named Shama Junction.

Shama Junction is situated 10 minutes away from the Bible College.  This township, specifically the area where the crusade was held, is a Muslim dominated area.


Altar Call - Salvation 2

Over 120 people received Christ with the evangelism outreaches and the 3-Night Crusade!

Students released under the anointing of the Holy Spirit to pray for the sick

Students released under the anointing of the Holy Spirit to pray for the sick

Woman healed of chest pains!

Woman healed of chest pains!


Woman testifies, “God has healed my leg and knee pain!”









Encouraged by the message, the Christians rose up in their divine authority declaring, “I am in charge!”  They proceeded to dance and symbolically tread over all the power of the enemy!

Response to the Message

A small group of Muslims came the first night and tried to interrupt the crusade.  But when the praise music started, all they could do is dance in praise of the Lord Jesus Christ!

Intercession was made for Shama Junction the final night of the crusade!  How awesome to see God’s people  “Storm the Gates!”

Crusade - 3rd Night - Intercession 1 - Copy



New Bible College in Ghana

February 10th, 2015

End Time Harvest Bible College
Dedicated and Opened!


ETHBC Tarkwa Campus (1)  New building houses four classrooms, offices, and dormitories        





Dedication of ETHBC Tarkwa Campus (1)Dedication prayers







Cutting of Tape (2)Ribbon cutting…it’s official!







It was late towards the end of the year 2013 when God directed us as a ministry to expand the influence of End Time Harvest Bible College to a new territory within the Western Region of Ghana.

We are excited, that after a long process to establish the new Campus located in the city of Tarkwa, the doors have been officially opened and have received our first “Pioneer” students.

We praise God for His faithfulness!

We want to thank each and every partner and church who helped make this vision a reality!


Introducing the Newest 

Flaming Arrows

Full-Time Diploma -- Takoradi

Full-Time Diploma — Takoradi

Part-Time Diploma -- Takoradi

Part-Time Diploma — Takoradi

Full-Time Diploma--Tarkwa

Full-Time Diploma–Tarkwa

Part-Time Diploma -- Tarkwa

Part-Time Diploma — Tarkwa

We also continue with a full class in both the  Full-Time and Part-Time accredited Bachelors Degree at the Takoradi site.






















































































End Time Harvest Bible College

December 22nd, 2014

      The Anthony Family
            Sends you
      Christmas Greetings


Aaron's Family 2014


            May you be
    especially blessed this
      Christmas Season!

 “To the saints who are also faithful in Christ Jesus,
Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ”
Ephesians 1:1-2

    With these, or similar words, the Apostle Paul always begins his letters to the Church.  There is frequently a misunderstanding of the word, “saint.”  Many people believe a saint is one who lives a “holier than thou” life and is to be revered.  Because of this misunderstanding, my mother wanted to make sure her grandchildren understood that a saint is who has received Christ as Lord and Savior and has been, as the original language reveals, “set apart” unto God.  She read this verse aloud to some of her younger grandchildren, and then asked, “What is a saint?”

    Well, one of the youngest looked wide-eyed, wanting to make sure of a good answer for Grandma.  Recently, the child had been in a church with beautiful stained glass windows with the sun shining through.  She got this answer,  “A saint is one of those men the light shines through.”  Out of the mouths of babes…!!

    Jesus Himself declares we “are the light of the world.” He further tells us to “let that light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father, who is in heaven.” (Matthew. 5:14, 16)
    If we have received Jesus as Lord and Savior,  His light is to shine through us.  That doesn’t mean it will shine through in ostentatious piety, but rather in a quality of life that is radiant, shot through with integrity, motivated by tenderness and consideration for others.  It will shine through in the offices where we work, or upon contacts we have as we go about our daily lives.  It will pierce the darkness of the world around us and bring hope to a sighing, crying, dying world.

Let your light shine!
Who will you tell this Christmas Season about
 God’s Greatest Gift—the Light of the World?


End Time Harvest Bible College

December 7th, 2014

Congratulations, Class of 2014!

A Benchmark! 

Our First Part-Time Bachelors Degrees!

These six students (upper right)  attended Saturday classes for six years to earn their fully accredited Bachelors of Biblical Studies!

We are proud of all of our graduates, but we must salute the perseverance of these six.

Full-Time Bachelors Degree

Part-Time Bachelors Degree

Full-Time Two-Year diploma

Full-Time Two-Year Diploma

Part-Time Three Year Diploma

Part-Time Three-Year Diploma


Vincent Ahun3 - Overall Best Part Time Degree  We were blessed to have   
Dr. Misty Grant,
President of
Logos University,
join us this year.

 Our degrees are issued through an articulation agreement with Logos University, Jacksonville, FL.  Dr. Grant and Mary Anthony have worked together, beginning in the year 2003.  Since 2004, our partnership has brought this blessing to our students  to be able to earn a fully accredited Bachelors Degree.       

Emmanuel Atta-Mensah2 Mary Badu Bosompem2

                 Smiling Faces Tell the Story! 

Never Too Old!
This lady earned her Bachelors Degree
at the age of 71 years young!
Helena Mends 1x
Charge to the Graduates 1 Aaron’s Charge…
Impact your generation
Jesus Christ!


Tuition for one student  is $130 each semester.  
This includes class handouts.
Dorm fees are $50 each semester.

13th Graduation Ceremony
By Aaron Anthony, Chancellor


   It was a glorious day on October 18, as we celebrated our 13th graduation at the Essipon Sports Stadium.  The stands were filled with enthusiastic guests as they watched 51 graduates receive their various diplomas, degrees, and awards.   When I look back to our beginning class of ten students in 2001 who graduated in 2002, I am amazed at what the Lord has accomplished.   From that first class of ten, we now have graduated our 522nd graduate. And, from that first class of ten, one returned two years ago to complete her Bachelors degree, graduating this year!  

    Since that first graduating class, soul-winning during the school year has grown from two hundred that first year to over 2,500 each year!  As I stood before all the graduates releasing the charge into their lives, the anointing of the Holy Spirit came down.  I challenged them to go forth in the anointing to preach the gospel, liberate those who are in captivity; to cause blind eyes to open; to go forth as flaming arrows, released into this dry and parched world to spread revival fires wherever they go.  The heartbeat of Jesus to make disciples goes with these graduates.

    From two hundred spectators at that first graduation sitting on the college site where the center round building now stands, on October 18th we  hosted over 2,000 spectators in the African Cup soccer stadium!   At the end of the ceremony, the people who were in the stands left their seats and stormed down onto the grounds and celebrated in dance and jubilation with their loved ones!  What a joy to see the facial expressions on our students; expressions of joy, expressions of excitement, expressions of thankfulness!  
    Thank you each and every one of you who partner with this ministry. Truly, you are not merely effecting the life of one student, but to all those who have been ministered to while they were students, and all those who will be ministered to by these graduates, both within Ghana, and in the foreign nations of the world as they are sent forth like flaming arrows!





































End Time Harvest Bible College in Ghana to Open Second Campus Site

September 9th, 2014

New Satellite School in Tarkwa Is On Target

By the next academic year beginning January, 2015, End Time Harvest Bible College will experience EXPANSION as we open an extension campus in the township of Tarkwa.  Tarkwa is nearly 2 1/2 hours northwest of Takoradi.  The people of Tarkwa know us through our crusades and street ministry there over the past few years, and they have always received us and the ministry well.      

This past October, we held one of our Storming the Gates Crusades in this township, and great things took place during that week.  During that week, Founder Pastor Aaron Anthony was impressed that God wants us to open our first extension campus in this township, to raise up more flaming arrows that will be trained and equipped in the Word of God, sent out into this dry world to cause revival fire to burn ablaze wherever they would minister! 


Pastor Peter Quayson

Since that time, Pastor Aaron has been mentoring Peter Quayson to become the director of this new campus site. Pastor Peter has spent the last three months in Tarkwa sharing the vision with pastors and seeking the appropriate location for the new campus site.  Pastor Peter Quayson reports that he has been able to speak with many pastors and share the vision with them.  He is both encouraged about their response and excited that the date  to begin in January is on target.

We were really blessed  by  the many things that were donated for use in the new school that were packed in the container.  We will begin with a wonderful basic library of biblical resources, many components for a sound system, and a keyboard. We have also been blessed by a generous designated donation to help us with the opening  campus site rental and operating expenses.  To all this, we praise the Lord!  

 We also still have needs that have not yet been covered.  We need a nice drum set, which will have to be purchased in Ghana, as well as a couple pieces to finish out the sound system.  On a larger scale, we still need a truck to help with the outreaches.  We do have a way to send a vehicle without needing to fill an entire container. If anyone feels led to help with the remaining needs, please donate using our secure on-line donation using the box on the top right side of the page, or for donating a truck, contact Mal & Mary at 540-576-5007