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Choir Robe Dedication PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 22 October 2014 11:33
Choir in new robes Pastor dedicating robes

18th October,2014
To enhance the activities of the GNAAS-KNUST Choir, new sets of robes where dedicated on this sabbath. A total of about 50robes were dedicated to the Lord for service. Ps. Kwabena Boakye, SCGC Youth Director was there to do the dedication. In his speech he urged the members of the choir to be careful the way they use the robes since its been dedicated to the Lord. He also admonished that the lifestyles of choristers should portray the words of the songs they sing. A harvest was organized to aid in the purchase of keyboard. Thanks be to God a substantial amount was raised.
Sing!... The Blessed Hope
Last Updated on Thursday, 30 October 2014 12:53
 
FRESHERS'S DAY PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 22 October 2014 11:18
11th October, 2014 was dedicated to our dear freshers.Service was led by the first years.
Sermon was presented by Mr. Paul Arhin: Former National GNAAS President
Speaking to the Church,he made the following points:

  • We should remain fresh forever,for a great storm is approaching
  • We are living in the probation period and as such all should beware
  • We ought to hold fast the faith as the end draws nigh because as probation ceases, the righteous will remain righteous and the unrighteous, unrighteous; simply because the book of life will be closed. There will be no more salvation for any one after probation.

  • Caution: What time is it?
    Now is the time for God's people to show themselves true to principle (The watchman, the coming crisis p.5) (1 Cor. 15:58) Therefore my beloved brethren, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that your labor is not in vain in the Lord.

    He urged us all the forever remember that the coming of the Lord is closer now then when we first believed and as such we should work out our own salvation with fear and tremble. We should all work for the night is coming when there will be no more time.
 
Prophecy Seminar 2014 PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 09 October 2014 14:57
Prophecy Seminar 2014
Prophecy Seminar 2014 live on KNUST campus.
from 18th October - 25th October
You can't miss out
Last Updated on Thursday, 09 October 2014 15:10
 

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Evangelism

  • 07.08.13
    The Head of the Church, Christ Jesus, bids The Remnant Church collectively and individually ““Go, preach My gospel,”.../ “Bid the whole world My grace receive;/ He shall be saved who trusts My word,/ And they condemned who disbelieve.””[SDAH 378] The understanding of this bidding has made it virtually a culture and a custom of GNAAS-KNUST to embark on evangelistic campaigns at the end of every semester. For the 2012/2013 second semester break, the spotlight for vacation evangelism settled on Donyina and Appiadu Kokoben.
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  • 07.08.13
    The Head of the Church, Christ Jesus, bids The Remnant Church collectively and individually ““Go, preach My gospel,”.../ “Bid the whole world My grace receive;/ He shall be saved who trusts My word,/ And they condemned who disbelieve.””[SDAH 378] The understanding of this bidding has made it virtually a culture and a custom of GNAAS-KNUST to embark on evangelistic campaigns at the end of every semester. For the 2012/2013 second semester break, the spotlight for vacation evangelism settled on Donyina and Appiadu Kokoben.

    OUTLINE OF ACTIVITIES Preparation for these campaigns commenced after the two parties – GNAAS-KNUST and Stadium District - had agreed to finance among other things. A survey was conducted by an eight member team at Kokoben and a four member team at Donyina respectively. The purpose of this was to find out the various backgrounds - religious, health, economic, age and others - of the people we sought to reach during the campaigns. The findings of the survey were given to both presenters-health and main - to inform their presentations. Preparation completed, we left campus for Kokoben at 11:30am and Donyina at 1:30pm on the 20th of May 2013. We were about seventy in number in all. Having arrived, we settled, had our supper and rehearsed songs to be used on the following day’s outreach.

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