GPCC Organizes the National Delegates Conference

GPCC Organizes National Delegates Conference Promoting Unity for God’s Glory

The Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC) has organized its highly anticipated National Delegates Conference, attracting religious leaders, delegates, and representatives from across the country.

The conference aimed to foster unity among member churches and promote a collective effort to advance the gospel for the glory of God hosted over 300 participants.

Exhortation

Speaking at the conference, the Second Vice President of GPCC, Apostle Dr. Aaron Ami-Narh, delivered a powerful exhortation on the importance of unity within the body of Christ. Emphasizing the significance of working together, he urged delegates to set aside denominational differences and unite for the common purpose of spreading the gospel and bringing glory to God.

Apostle Dr. Ami-Narh who is also the President of The Apostolic Church – Ghana encouraged attendees to embrace a spirit of collaboration and mutual support, stressing that their collective efforts would have a far greater impact on society than individual endeavors.

He highlighted the need for love, respect, and cooperation, emphasizing that by standing united, the GPCC could effectively address social challenges and influence positive change in Ghana.

“God needs nothing, he is sufficient,’’ he said.

Launch Vision 2027

During the conference, the President of the GPCC, Apostle Eric Nyamekye in collaboration with the National Executive Council, launched Vision 2027: Strengthening GPCC for National Impact. This strategic vision outlines a comprehensive roadmap for the next four years, with a primary focus on enhancing the organization’s influence and impact on a national scale.

Vision 2027 encompasses several key areas, including the expansion of GPCC’s membership base, increased engagement with government institutions and policymakers, and the development of targeted initiatives to address social and economic challenges facing Ghana. The vision also includes plans to establish a robust system of accountability and transparency within member churches and the wider Christian community.

Speaking at the launch, the GPCC President expressed his optimism about the future, highlighting the organization’s commitment to playing an active role in national development. He stressed the importance of the church’s involvement in shaping policies and addressing critical issues such as poverty, education, healthcare, and social justice.

The National Delegates Conference provided an opportunity for delegates to engage in productive discussions, network with fellow church leaders, and reaffirm their commitment to the GPCC’s mission. The event concluded with a renewed sense of unity, purpose, and determination to work together for the advancement of the gospel and the betterment of Ghanaian society.

As the GPCC sets its sights on Vision 2027, it is expected that its efforts will strengthen the organization’s capacity, broaden its influence, and contribute significantly to the spiritual and social transformation of Ghana in the years to come.

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