2020 GPCC and CCG joint conference in Accra

The Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC) and the Christian Council of Ghana (CCG) have organised its 4th annual joint ecumenical fellowship at Baptist Convention Centre in Accra on the 12th March 2020. The joint ecumenical fellowship was aimed at strengthening the unity among the body of Christ and also to pray for the nation. A day[…]

Drivers blamed for alarming rate of road accidents

The President of The Apostolic Church- Ghana, Apostle Dr. Aaron Ami-Narh has attributed rampant road accidents, largely, to indiscipline on the part of drivers. He has therefore called for a sustainable coordinated effort by stakeholders to address the menace. Speaking in an interview with GPCC News Team in Accra, Apostle Ami- Narh noted that while human errors[…]

Redefine your Content

To compliment government effort to address corruption the country, the Bishop urged religious leaders to use the pulpits to preach on corruption. “The churches must translate the theology of the pulpit to the daily lifestyle of the people. If we have 70 per cent of the population as Christians and our society is also corrupt and rotten[…]

Commit to fighting Corruption

Speaking in an interview with GPCC NEWS Team, he said governments and politicians must make conscious efforts to punish their own people who engaged in corrupt acts. “Government is not fighting enough to deal with corruption.  Past and present governments are not committed to the fight against corruption,” he indicated. Highlighting on Commitment, Bishop Mensah explained that,[…]

“Gov’ts lack political will to fight corruption” – Bishop Mensah

A member of the National Executive Council (NEC) of Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC), Bishop Samuel N. Mensah, has expressed concern about the country’s commitment to eradicate corruption, saying governments over the period have not shown enough commitment. He said, the continuous politicisation of issues on corruption on all sides of the political divide had made[…]