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The Mission was climaxed by a three-day evangelistic open air campaign. Rev. Dr. Seth Ablorh (Founder, Manna Mission Inc.) was the main speaker. Rev. Ablorh speaks the native language of the people in the Bukom community and it was a plus for the mission. The first day of the crusade, recorded a total attendance of 1,216 and by the grace of God, 162 people gave their lives to Christ and 30 people rededicated themselves to the Lord. The second day recorded a significant attendance of 1,712 and 146 souls responded to the gospel.

The third and final day of the crusade saw 1,322 people in attendance with 115 souls giving their lives to Christ and about 100 rededicating themselves to God. Rev. Seth Ablorh was grateful to God, Mission Africa and African Enterprise for the opportunity given him to share the gospel with his own people. Some who were sick and prayed for, testified to how the Lord had ministered healing to their lives.

The Team Leader, Rev. Samuel Osei Asante prayed for God’s blessing for the community at the last day of the Crusade. The Projects Manager for African Enterprise, Rev. Bernard Owusu Sachie with the assistance of some Pastors and Counselors, distributed gospel tracts and Everyone Wants Answers to the new converts each day.

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The Stratified Evangelism formerly took off from Monday, 19th July. Eight volunteers from the Logos Hope (a Missionary Ship) to partners with the trained counselors to reach out to the community with the gospel. It all joy and a very good start of our activities.

A total of sixty counselors (paired in twos) were sent out with the Logos Team for three hours of one-onone evangelism. 175 people were reached with the gospel message. Out of this number, ninety gave their lives to Christ for the first time and thirty rededicated their lives to Jesus. Additionally, 50 counselors went out on Wednesday, 21st July and they reached out to 210 people with the gospel. 62 people gave their lives to Jesus Christ.

We sent counselors to five different schools in the community to preach the gospel. The authorities in one of the schools, Akwei School, were impressed and asked for 16 counselors to be sent to them at next second visit. One of the offices of the Ghana Post requested the counselors who visited them for a weekly visit for devotions with the staff.

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To God be the glory great things He has done. Another opportunity to reach out to the unsaved is over. The Lord has won a great victory with souls brought into the Kingdom of God. Amen. The Ghana Mission took place in a very populous community in Accra, called Bukom. It began with a series of Planning Committee meetings, the first of which took place on Friday, 26th February, 2010 at AE Ghana Office. Those at this meeting were, Rev. Samuel Osei Asante (AE Team Leader), Rev. Samuel Yaw Antwi (General Secretary—Ghana Pentecostal Council), Emmanuel AnukunDabson, (COF, Executive Director), Rev. E.K. Ofosu, (Ghana Evangelism Committee, Country Director), and Bernard Owusu Sachie, (AE Ghana Project Manager) and it was at this meeting that names were enlisted to form the planning committee. Thus, we used only about four to five months for all the planning. By the grace of God, finally, forty-seven Church and ParaChurch organization leaders in Accra formed the Planning Committee.

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National congress on evangelism for church leaders launched

Accra, Dec. 9, GNA – Right Reverend Professor Emmanuel Martey, Moderator of the General Assembly of Presbyterian Church of Ghana, on Friday launched National Congress on Evangelism (NACOE 2012) for all church leaders in the country.

NACOE 2012 is a project being organised by Ghana Evangelism Committee (GEC) in partnership with all Christian leaders in the country, churches, para-church organisations and Lausanne Movement, a Christian movement based in South Africa.

Rt-Rev. Professor Martey noted that NACOE 2012 would bring together 2,000 participants from all churches in the country for deliberation on moving the gospel forward at the Pentecost University College at Sowutoum, Accra, from July 23-28, 2012

He explained that NACOE 2012 would help analyse how to reposition the Church to bring about enormous revival that would sweep the nation with the gospel, how to resource churches to engage in discipleship and create an environment of mutual unity, cooperation and understanding among churches.

Rt-Rev Martey said: “NACOE 2012 would also discuss how the Church could be revived to consciously intercede and pray for itself and the nation and also how to lead in the transformation of the African continent.

“Critical issues affecting churches, Christianity, preaching of the gospel of Christ and the nation would be addressed at the conference.”

Rev. Robert Dentu, National Director of GEC, called on churches in the country to spread the good news.

He said: “Available statistics indicates that Christianity in Ghana constitute a large chunk of our population ranging between 62 to 65 per cent with an annual growth of 2.8 per cent”.

Rev. Dentu cited the increasing number of the clergy and Christian leaders, beautiful church auditorium, numerous Christian universities, Bible Colleges and institutions as God’s blessings and faithfulness to the Church.

He said: “Indeed, most Ghanaian churches have external branches, which is a very healthy adventure as the gospel is made to penetrate the globe”.

Rev, Dentu asked Christendom to address issues of the proliferation of churches and emergence of self-styled and self-appointed ‘men of God’parading with dangerous prophecies and doctrines.

“The rest are the global secularism that seem to wipe away the youth of our land, the theology of prosperity, materialism and blessing that is being over-preached whilst the teaching of holiness and virtues continue to be relegated to the background, “he said.

Rev. Dentu asked churches in the country to lead the crusade of national and African evangelism in order to seek the righteousness of their members.

He called for reduction in tea conferences, luxurious decorations in church auditoriums and the use of expensive vehicles, and rather mobilise more funds for evangelism.

Rev. Dentu said the GEC had by prophetic mandate instituted a new prayer initiative dubbed: “All Ministers Day of Prayer” to bring churches together to pray for the peace of the nation in the wake of the numerous political and ethnic conflicts that had plagued Africa.



Christians should support evangelism-Dr Frimpong-Manso

Accra, Nov. 5, GNA – The Right Reverend Dr Yaw Frimpong-Manso, outgoing Chairman of the Ghana Evangelism Committee (GEC), on Friday appealed to Christians not to be concerned with putting up church buildings and rather channel more resources into evangelism. This, he said, is one of the best means of winning more souls for Christ and the Kingdom of God.

“Churches spend a lot of time, energy and money on building infrastructure and providing social services but little time, money and energy is vested in evangelism, discipleship and church growth,” he said.

Speaking during the Annual General Meeting of the GEC in Accra, he urged churches and other Christian organisations to take serious measures to address the situation. Rev Frimpong-Manso, who is the outgoing Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, attributed the high rate of indiscipline, crime, immorality and waywardness in the society to the inability of churches to spread the gospel.

“Evangelism should, therefore, be the heartbeat of every living church towards the fulfilment of the divine mandate as expressed in the Great Commission of Jesus to His church,” he said. Dr Frimpong-Manso asked churches to endeavour to grow functionally, quantitatively and spiritually so as to have a positive impact in the dissemination of the Gospel.

The GEC is a non-denominational organisation which serves as a platform to give assistance to churches and Christian organisations in the country to propagate the Gospel.

The Reverend Robert Dentu, National Director of GEC, cited insufficient funds in support of the committee’s studies, inadequate personnel and vehicles for field work and delays in the completion and return of survey forms by some churches as some of the challenges facing the body.

He expressed his appreciation to the Church of Pentecost, Word Miracle Church, Global Evangelical Church and Assemblies of God Church for their assistance to the GEC.

Rev Dentu appealed to churches to give all the needed assistance to the committee to win more souls for Christ.

“GEC, which was established in 1974 but had been off the scene, is back and I will urge you all to give it the needed assistance so that it can stand and win more souls for Christ,” he stressed.

Rev Dentu expressed his appreciation to the churches, which had made numerous contributions towards the growth of the Lausanne Movement in its quest to win more souls for Christ worldwide. The Lausanne movement was founded by the world renowned Evangelist, Billy Graham, to strengthen evangelical belief in the authority of the Bible as God’s word and to reawaken churches’ evangelical responsibilities.

He urged members of Lausanne Ghana to visit for information on the activities of the movement.