Bishop Amos W. Tarpeh, Jr
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Harvest Outreach Ministries
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Liberia Baptist Theological Seminary
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Bishop Amos W. Tarpeh and His wife Rev, Mother Janet Campbell Tarpeh are natives of Liberia, West Africa. They began the Harvest Outreach Ministry on January 4, 1998 in Liberia; but later the work of God grew and to answer their part of the Great Commission of Jesus Christ they moved to Ghana, West Africa, where they started a branch of the Harvest Outreach Ministries on the Liberian Refugee Camp (Buduburam) in Ghana. Presently, the camp is home to over 30,000 Liberians just Living miles outside their home country. Later the work of the Kingdom of God spread the neighboring Togo. In 2001 when Bishop Amos W. Tarpeh, Jr moved to the USA he began the work of God in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as an expansion of the vision given to him in Africa when he began the Harvest Outreach Ministries International.

Bishop Amos W. Tarpeh, Jr is now living in the USA with his wife, Rev, Mother Janet Campbell Tarpeh and their two kids: Son, Anthony and Daughter Victorline Tracie. Their currently serve as Pastors of the Refuge Baptist Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


The Harvest Outreach Ministries is an indigenous, holistic and evangelistic ministry in West Africa, with headquarters’ in Monrovia, Liberia. The Harvest Outreach Evangelical Church (now New Vision Worship Center) was established on January 4, 1998 during the Liberian Civil Crisis which took the lives of over 200,000 people.

The inception of the church was to ministered and bring hope to the displace Liberian (people) running for their lives in their own country; at this point and time Jesus was the only hope and answer to prayers. Young evangelists embark on street evangelism, preaching in streets corner, market places, and transportation buses, displace camps and so forth.

The church grew having 42 (forty two) preaching points. At this juncture the ministers of the Harvest Outreach Ministries after a time of prayer decided to begin the Harvest Outreach Evagelical Church so as to properly minister to the save from their preaching points/tours. This was very much welcome.

Today, The Harvest Outreach Ministries minister to hundreds of people in Liberia, Ghana (on the Liberian Refugee Camp; Buduburam),and Togo. (All in West Africa) and the United States of America. The ministry has Five churches in Liberia, one in Ghana and one in the Republic of Togo. A new church has began in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA., under the able leadership of Rev. Archie Z. Kamara. The church also has it focus on children and orphans; thus children ministries and orphanages are in operations in Liberia, Ghana and Togo.

Ministry Focus In Liberia, West Africa:

The West African Country Liberia has suffered enormously in the wake of a destructive civil war over most of the 1990’s. An estimated total of 200,000 Liberians and other nationals lost their lives or were killed and over one million people fled the country for refuge in exile. Most of these refugees are returning home ( to Liberia )but with almost nothing to begin rebuilding their lives.

Despite this, the number of churches in Monrovia, the capital, named after former American President James Monroe; have increased from 20 to 65 during the past years. The largest churches having more than 1200 worshippers on Sundays. Presently, in Liberia there are communities and people groups that have not been reached by the gospel of Jesus Christ. These people must be reached by the grace of God. This is why the Harvest Outreach Ministries is opening her arms for mission partners as we work together in fulfilling the Great Commission of Jesus. We are calling on you to come to Liberia and help us reach Africa for Jesus Christ. We can hear the Lord Saying " My Hands Are Your Hands"
Favorite Preachers:
Rev. John Hagan
Rev. David Jeremiah
Rev. Charles Stanley

Hi Saints of God

A Mighty Revival has started in Liberia, West Africa. It the move of the Holy Spirit and the call we must answer in our Time and Generation. No one will answer this call now but those who are call by the name of the Most High.

It is so urgent that we are on A PUSH. PUSH - Praying Until Something Happen. We have come to the place where we will pray until we see the victory, until we see the enemy being defected and relocated.

The church in our country is in a crisis. Muslims everywhere are financially contributing to build more mosques and prayer houses as well as support the needy and sponsor the poor by various means.

We are praying that their aim will not and never be realize and that our God will hold back their finances and CRUSH their businesses that they will have no means to support their cause. We are using this time to lift up Jesus so that all who hear of him will be drawn to His saving grace.

PLEASE JOIN US IN PRAYERS AS WE SEEK PRAYER PARTNERS. Also the mission field in Liberia is open, ripe and ready for the HARVEST. There is the need for great evangelistic teaching, revivals and crusades as we reach our country.

You are all invited to join us in any way possible as to reach Liberia for Christ.

Your friend,

Bishop Amos W. Tarpeh, Jr
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Our Relationship and Fellowship with Christ

Posted on December 9, 2009 at 2:18am 0 Comments

Our Relationship and Fellowship with Christ

Philippians 3:10

My Christian brothers and Sisters how do you see your relationship and fellowship with Jesus. As believers we need to understand our relationship and fellowship with him. This is very important to our faithful walk with him.

Our walk with Christ is not bread and butter. He did not just promise us a life of ease but also one of pain. We need to experience this man for ourselves not as others claim but for… Continue

Examine Yourself

Posted on December 8, 2009 at 6:40pm 0 Comments

Our walk with God is very important, therefore we must be careful how we walk with him and before him. Serving god is a matter of choce but a decision that we must to make now and not in the future. We need to be serious about it. Repentence is in the now dont put it away.

The Apostle Paul gave his last warning to the church in Corinth. That warning is for the body of Christ today. I believe in the Priesthood of all believers. God has given each and everyone of us a ministery,… Continue

My Father's House

Posted on December 1, 2009 at 1:54am 0 Comments

In Matthew 21:12-16 Jesus told the people of Israel and the church today, what his father's house is and what it should be. In that text Jesus states that that his father's House.

1. Should not be a place of Public Profit.

2. Is a Place of Private and Public Prayers for all nations.

3. Is a Place where we can meet a Personal Physician (JESUS)
for our healing both spiritual and physical healing

4. Is a Place of Powerful Praise


Posted on August 17, 2009 at 4:00pm 0 Comments


The plan of the devil is to abort the plan of God. Brethens I want you to know that God has a plan for you and God's plan is working for your good.

I Corinthians 2:7-8 says: "But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery even the hidden wisdom which God ordained before the world unto our glory, which none of the princes of the world knew: for had they known it, they would not have crucified Jesus, the Lord of our Glory.

My… Continue

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At 4:07pm on September 12, 2012, DR. ROY K. FARLEY JR. gave Bishop Amos W. Tarpeh, Jr a gift
At 6:36am on March 23, 2011, G.U.W. MINISTRY said…

"Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world." - I John 4:1 KJV

"I know thy works, and thy labour, and thy patience, and how thou canst not bear them which are evil: and thou hast tried them which say they are apostles, and are not, and hast found them liars." - Revelation 2:2 KJV

At 5:41pm on March 30, 2010, rev/dr joan b-gosh gave Bishop Amos W. Tarpeh, Jr a gift
At 10:51am on July 4, 2009, Bishop Amos W. Tarpeh, Jr said…
Choices are a very important part of our life. We need to be careful which choices we make. When we make a decision it must be after and time of prayer because the choices we make have price tag. When we make good ones everyone will be happy and be glad with us. but when we make bad decisions and choices they will affact us and that goes a long long way. Bad choices donot only affact us but the people we love us and those who care about us very dearly, that includes our family and friends. Be mindful of the ill feelings and shame you will bring when you do make bad choices. What about God and your family in the kingdom of God, they are hurt too. So brothers and Sisters "LET YOU LIGHT SHINES"

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