16.05.2018

Great anticipation in the Apostle Cape Coast Area

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    Lead Apostle Oppong-Brenya at the altar
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    The congregation at Cape Coast
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    The choir at Cape Coast
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    Lead Apostle Oppong explaining a point
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    Sunday school teacher at work
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    Sunday school children listening attentively to their teacher
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    Role play; Jesus at the pool of Bethesda
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    Apostle Ashie distributing gifts to children
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    Group picture of Sunday school children
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    Students of the University of Cape Coast

The visit of Chief Apostle Schneider to Ghana has been announced and Cape Coast Apostle Area has been chosen to host the Chief Apostle for a festive divine service on 27th January, 2019. Cape Coast is cared for by Apostle Robert Ashie Kotei.

As part of the preparation, the Lead Apostle Samuel Oppong-Brenya visited Cape Coast Apostle Area from Saturday 12th to Sunday 13th May 2018. His first point of contact was at Dwendama where he conducted a divine service. The text word for the divine service was Proverbs 26:11, “As a dog returned to his vomit, so a fool returned to his folly.” 430 brethren attended the divine service.

The zenith of the visit of the lead Apostle was at Cape Coast where he conducted a festive divine service on Sunday, 13th May, 2018. At exactly 9:15 am, The Lead Apostle together with Apostle Ashie visited the Sunday school children to acquaint himself with the development of the Children in Sunday school, before the divine service.  

Isaiah 32:14-15 was the text word for the divine service.
The Apostle admonished the congregation that, blessed times shall be brought in by the pouring out of the Spirit from on high. He said peace and quietness shall be found in the way and work of righteousness. The good seed of the Word shall be sown in all the places and be watered by Divine grace. 523 brethren attended the divine service. Apostle Ashie presented to every child a gift in the form of toffees and biscuits.

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