12.01.2017

Ghana prepares for District Apostle’s visit in January 2017

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    Apostle Nketia, Bishop Morgan and District Ministers at the alter
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    The choir at Old Tafo
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    The organist
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    A section of the members
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    Sunday school Children at Old Tafo

West Africa is blessed with Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider's visit to Togo on Sunday 15th of January, 2017. District Apostle Michael Ehrich has invited all Apostles and Bishops of Ghana and their wives to attend this festive divine service in Lome, Togo. After the divine service, District Apostle Michael Ehrich will travel by car for a seven day working visit to Ghana.
The District Apostle will among other things organize a two day seminar with Apostles and Bishops of Ghana, conduct five divine services with retirements and ordinations of District Ministers, and embark on the planned visit to the tomb of the deceased Apostles; Joseph and Isaac Kankam at Adarko Jachie, the home town of the two Apostles.
As part of preparation towards the visit of District Apostle Michael Ehrich, Apostle Samuel Oppong-Brenya visited Old Tafo congregation, a suburb of Kumasi. This is one of the congregations where the District Apostle will conduct a divine service during his visit to Ghana. The Apostle used 1 John 1:1 as the text theme for the divine service. Two hundred and ninety five (295) brethren attended the divine service. After the divine service Apostle Oppong-Brenya accompanied by the choir visited Sister Grace Coffie who is seriously sick at her home town. The Apostle prayed and celebrated Holy Communion with her and assured her of the mercy and power of God to heal her.