“God will protect His own during COVID-19 scare” – Bishop Agyinasare

A member of the National Executive Council of Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC), Bishop Charles Agyinasare has urged Christians not to fear because they are God’s property and He will protect them. He said in the midst of this pandemic called coronavirus disease, which keeps killing people across the world, Christians should activate their divine protection. […]

Christians urged to trust God despite COVID-19 scare

A member of the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC), Rev. Ernest Agyepong has urged Christians to magnify God above Coronavirus disease (Covid-19). He said inasmuch as Christians are observing the precautionary measures to protect themselves from this disease, they should magnify God above this difficult situation. Cautioning Ghanaians to protect themselves by washing their hands frequently,[…]

“Embrace technology for church growth” – Aps Acquah

The Administrative Bishop of Perez Chapel, Apostle Raymond Kumah Acquah has underscored the need for religious leaders to embrace technology to enhance the growth of the church. According to him, technology has impacted positively on several countries and helped to develop their economies, as it makes life more convenient for people with access to it. He said[…]

“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[…]

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[…]