Religion

Election prediction by pastors recipe for disaster – Preacher

The Founder and Head Pastor of The Maker’s House Chapel International, Dr. Michael Boadi Nyamekye, has taken a swipe at his fellow preachers who use the pulpit to predict elections, arguing such acts could brew chaos. “Our constitution permits freedom of speech. I have heard so many people prophesying victory for the NPP while others are prophesying victory for the ...

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“Religious Leaders Must Respect The Will Of The People” – PIWC Apostle

The Area Head of the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Ekow Badu-Woode, has called on religious leaders to allow democracy to triumph.  He says religious leaders have a role to play in the sustenance of democratic culture in the country and must therefore not attempt to interfere with the will of the people during elections. Apostle Badu-Woode made the call when ...

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Network of Clergy Concludes 3 day Conference

“Be your brother’s keeper “ was the theme of the just ended conference of the Network of Pastors who gathered in Virginia from Friday September 23 to Sunday September 25, 2016 for the inaugural international Conference for the Shepherd To Shepherd network of clergy. Shepherd To Shepherd Network is a Fellowship of Pastors who are committed to the call the ...

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Save Ghana from war – Aps. Assabil tells Ghanaians

Apostle Joseph Assabil, the Achimota Area Head of The Church of Pentecost, has tasked Ghanaians to seek peace and pursue it before, during and after the 2016 elections. Speaking at the launch of ‘Agent of Peace Campaign’ in the Achimota Area, Apostle Assabil said Ghanaians including the church has a corporate responsibility to ensure the peace and prosperity of the ...

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I’m not paid as Peace Council Chairman – Rev. Asante

The Chairman of the National Peace Council, Most Reverend Professor Emmanuel Asante has dismissed claims that members of the council are paid huge sums of salaries and allowances. Speaking on Starr Chat Wednesday, the former presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church of Ghana told host Bola Ray that being a member of the Peace Council is a selfless job that ...

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The qualities of Cardinal Dery cannot be simplified – Most Rev Palmer-Buckle

The Most Reverend Gabriel Charles Palmer-Buckle, Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra, has said it would difficult to describe the late Peter Cardinal Pourekuu Dery in an ordinary. “In my own opinion and in the opinion of many others, the Cardinal Dery was a saint who did the ordinary things in an extra ordinary way. “This is my tribute to Cardinal Dery”, ...

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Autism not caused by witchcraft – Prophet Agyemang – Prempeh

The Founder of Springs of Joy Ministries Prophet Dr Akwasi Agyemang–Prempeh, has debunked beliefs that persons with autism is as a result of witchcraft. Autism is a mental condition, present from early childhood, which is characterised by great difficulty in communicating and forming relationships with other people and in using language and abstract concepts. Prophet Agyemang Prempeh said this when ...

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Don’t accumulate wealth, while others suffer – Rev. Anaba

The Reverend Eastwood Anaba, the President of the Eastwood Anaba Ministries, has urged Christians to use their resources to save lives as demonstrated in the story of the ‘Good Samaritan’, as told by Jesus Christ. He said it was ungodly for any Christian or church to accumulate wealth and live in opulence, while people were committing suicide, dying from curable ...

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Political Exclusion Still A Concern – Peace Council

Most Reverend Professor Emmanuel Asante, Chairman, National Peace Council, has said exclusion from the political process and ethnocentrism ought to be a concern for all if peace is to be sustained in the country. He said this ‘winner takes all’ mentality in our society has led to the ingrained desire by various political stakeholders to win ‘at all costs’ and ...

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Ghana needs selfless leaders – Most Rev. Sarpong

The Archbishop Emeritus of the Kumasi Archdiocese, Most Rev Peter K. Sarpong, has said what the country needs is selfless men and women who will sacrifice for nation without expecting any reward. “Present-day Ghana is too inexplicably selfish, full of selfish individuals, groups and tribes… We need great men for Ghana, who would work selflessly and sacrificially for the nation,” ...

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