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Kingdom Of God Preparatory School Appeals To Minister

Written by | October 1, 2018 | 0
Prophet Abednego, the Proprietor of the Kingdom of God Preparatory School at Otoase has appealed to the Minister of Education to intervene for his students to take part in the 2019 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE). He said he had received a letter from the Coordinator of Private Schools in the Ayensuano District of the Eastern Region that his school would not be allowed to take part in the incoming 2019 BECE. Prophet Abednego who is also in-charge of the Kingdom of God Ministry at Otoase, near Coaltar made the appeal in an interview with the Ghana News Agency. He pleaded with the government to kindly take urgent steps to prevent a situation which would affect over 150 parents and their school children from benefitting from the Free Senior High School policy. Mr Addy

Former Beauty Queen Now Rev. Pastor

Written by | July 19, 2018 | 0
Former Miss Universe Ghana contestant, Mrs. Pearl Amoah after 25 years of being one of the top models is now a reverend pastor. Mrs. Amoah who was crowned 1996 Queen of Miss Ghana Universe is now into full-time ministry. As reported by Ghpage, photos of Pearl in a pastor’s suit has been posted online and it’s already generating lots of conversations online. Pearl, prior to winning Miss Ghana Universe in 1996 was adjudged Miss Northern Region 1994 and later Miss Ghana International in 2015.

Thousands Visit Joseph’s Tomb on Anniversary of His Death Despite Arab Violence

Written by | May 12, 2018 | 0
“At length, Yosef said to his brothers, “I am about to die. Hashem will surely take notice of you and bring you up from this land to the land that He promised on oath to Avraham, to Yitzchak, and to Yaakov.” Genesis 50:24 (The Israel Bible™) Joseph’s Tomb, early 1900’s. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons) An estimated 6,000 Jews made an overnight visit to Joseph’s Tomb on Thursday, the anniversary of the Biblical character’s death. The gathering was carried out under heavy guard by the IDF since the site is located on the outskirts of the Arab dominated city of Shechem. Dozens of Arabs rioted as the convoy of buses and military vehicles entered the city. The area is in Samaria, a region conquered by Israel in the 1967 Six-Day War and thought the city came under Palestinian Authority

5 Prayers To Transform Your Workplace

Written by | May 9, 2018 | 0
Photo credit – Theprayingwoman.com I was well into my fourth year as a high school special education teacher when the looming cloud of burnout began drifting uncomfortably close. Determined not to fall into the statistic of special education teachers who leave the profession within the first five years, I needed a fresh wave of encouragement to wash over me and breathe life into my weary soul. Part of my discouragement stemmed from the fact that I was a devoted Christ-follower in a secular system – a system with strict rules that prohibited me from sharing my faith in the classroom. I was wrestling with my calling when an older woman from my church suggested I use the verses of Colossians 1:9-12 as a prayer guide for my students and coworkers. What I discovered in the months that

ICGC Children Mark Palm Sunday

Written by | March 26, 2018 | 0
Sunday school children of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), Judah Temple at Bogrekrom in the Tarkwa Nsueam Constituency, on Sunday joined thousands of Christians around the world to commemorate Palm Sunday. The children with their teachers sung praises songs, waved flowers and palm branches and also danced to brass band music to remember the triumphant entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem. In an interview with the Ghana News Agency, the President of the Children’s Department, Mrs. Charlotte Yenu, said as children of God they would continue to celebrate this special day because that was when Jesus Christ sacrificed his life to save mankind. She said children have a significant role to play in the Kingdom of God. Mrs Yenu, therefore, entreated parents to bring up their children

There Are Useful Lessons To Learn From Ghana’s Political Past

Written by | February 14, 2018 | 0
The Most Reverend Peter Akwasi Sarpong, former Catholic Metropolitan Archbishop of Kumasi, has paid tribute to individuals and organizations, who boldly stood up against military rule and fought for democracy. The nation’s constitutional democracy and the resultant political stability was a fruit borne out of their fearless agitation for freedom of speech and respect for the fundamental human rights of the ordinary Ghanaian. Emeritus Archbishop Sarpong was speaking at the launch of ‘Ogyakrom – the Missing Pages of June Fourth’, a book authored by Professor Kwesi Yankah, Minister of State in-charge of Tertiary Education, in Kumasi. The 310-page book, published by the Standard Newspapers and Magazines (SNAM) Limited, was inspired by events in two previous military regimes

Prophecy Should Not Be A Medium For Extortion, Arm Twisting And Self-Promotion

Written by | February 14, 2018 | 0
Rev. Moses Bennisan, the Founder, and leader of non-denominational Christian ministry; Family Altar has thrown some lights on the office of the prophet and most importantly prophecy. Speaking exclusively to fnnewsonline.com, Rev. Moses Bennisan before his submission stated clearly that prophecies should not become a medium for extortion, arm twisting, and self-promotions. According to him, the office of the prophet is a sacred calling and of a higher reputation while prophecy, on the other hand, comes to build up, encourages and comfort the people and the church. He added that there are basically two kinds of prophecies namely, conditional prophecies and unconditional prophecies. He explained; “There are prophecies with conditions and prophecies without conditions. A conditional prophecy

Show Good Faith In Everything You Do–Methodist Bishop Appeals

Written by | January 15, 2018 | 0
The Manso-Abiram Circuit of the Methodist Church has celebrate its 10 years anniversary with a call to every Ghanaian to show good faith in everything they do. The Right Reverend Hayford Aduse-Poku, Methodist Bishop of Obuasi, asked that they resisted the temptation to lie, deceive or cheat to gain unfair advantage over others. He said the people should rather accept to stand for ‘what is right and what is just’ and to be bold to roundly denounce anything evil and toxic to the health of the society. He used the occasion to remind Christians to do more to support the poor, the sick and the vulnerable. Such people, Bishop Aduse-Poku indicated, needed to be shown love and assisted to live in human dignity. He encouraged the congregation to remain steadfast in their faith, to be

Tonight’s Spectacular Meteor Shower and Asteroid “Appear Immediately Before Messiah”

Written by | December 14, 2017 | 0
“Before the great and terrible day of Hashem comes, I will set portents in the sky and on earth: Blood and fire and pillars of smoke.” Joel 3:3 (The Israel Bible™)   (Shutterstock) An especially spectacular meteor shower seen around the globe this week and a near-miss by a potentially apocalyptic meteor are just a few of the pre-Messianic astronomical signs that are to be expected in the near future, said a prominent kabbalist rabbi from the holy city of Tzfat. “The prophecies, the Talmud, and the Zohar all explicitly describe astronomical phenomenon that will appear immediately before the Moshiach (Messiah) arrives,” Rabbi Eyal Riess, Director of the Tzfat Kabbalah Center, told Breaking Israel News. “Asteroids and meteors are clearly among them as signs of change

Pastor Caught In Married Woman’s Room

Written by | November 25, 2017 | 0
Reverend Kwasi Awiakye Reverend Kwasi Awiakye, Head Pastor of African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E) Zion Church, Anyinam District in the Eastern Region, who allegedly attempted to have an affair with someone’s wife, has landed himself in trouble. Rev Awiakye was reportedly caught in the room of a married woman (name withheld) virtually naked in an attempt to sleep with her Wednesday night. He was subjected to severe beatings by some youth of the area; but he was allegedly saved by some Good Samaritans. The angry youth arrested and paraded him before the Anyinam Police Station, where he was given a form to seek medication and later granted bail. The Anyinam District Police Commander, Superintendent Eric Adjei, briefing DAILY GUIDE on the matter, said the woman in question had some problems