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BIBLE LECTURE SERIES 2014 PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 01 March 2014 07:12
THEME: EXPERIENCE THE POWER
SPEAKER: DR BARAKA MUGANDA

The Bible Lecture Series 2014 came off from 8th-15th February,2014 at the Royal Parade Grounds-KNUST with Dr. Baraka G. Muganda as the Speaker. Throughout the week Dr. Muganda gave us many exciting topics which includes:
  • Heroes of Africa
  • Good God Bad World, Why?
  • Reach Out For Life, What Is Coming?
  • A Mysterious Man
  • The Sin The Church Is Afraid To Mention As Christians
  • Marriages Why so many Headaches

  • In his lectures, he admonished that our walk with God sometimes finds us in situations that causes us to lose hope and our faith in God might diminish and it might look as if we are on our own. When we find ourselves in trying times sometimes our friends even question our faith. But as always we have to turn to the word of God which is our guide book on earth. The bible tells a story of Lazarus, a very good friend of Jesus who fell sick, in this story we are told that Jesus did not go to heal his friend but waited till he was dead. We learn that, four days after Lazarus’ burial Jesus showed up, he showed up when all hope was lost.( John 11:1). But we see how Jesus, amidst all the doubt of people and even of Mary and Martha, asked that the stone covering the tomb of Lazarus be rolled away (John 11:39). And even at this point many were questioning ‘why now’? Now that he is dead. Many of us do the same. We ask questions even when God asks us to do something. In hard times, when hope dies, faith dies and joy dies, we need a resurrection. And all we have to is to take a step of faith i.e roll away the stone for God to give us the needed resurrection. We have to know that there is nothing impossible for God and that in the sight of man, it looks impossible but we have to rejoice that there is resurrection in Christ Jesus. No matter what the problem is, it is never too hard for the Lord. Amen
Last Updated on Saturday, 01 March 2014 07:33
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ARRIVAL OF FRESHMEN 2013/14 PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 27 September 2013 22:33

By the grace of God, the freshmen for the 2013/14 academic year arrived on campus on 23rd September 2013. To welcome the freshmen of the GNAAS-KNUST Fellowship, the Adventist Youth department, Welfare Department and the Publicity Department stationed at each of the Six(6) Traditional Halls on campus to register all the Seventh-Day Adventist Students. The freshmen were welcomed into the fellowship by Master Guides in the AYM and were served with booklets that contained all the vital information about the Fellowship including the various departments in the fellowship and the Service meeting days, venue and time.

A total of about 30 freshmen were registered on the said date and still hope that many more will be captured during our weekly activities. It's our hope and aim that these freshmen will feel part of this great family of God;GNAAS-KNUST on campus and be holistically educated- an education that is committed to the harmonious development of the physical, the mental and spiritual powers.

WELCOME! AKWAABA!!
Last Updated on Sunday, 29 September 2013 09:31
 
Be Real: Reflecting Christ PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 27 September 2013 07:49
20TH SEPTEMBER, 2013….VESPER SERVICE
Topic: Be Real, Reflecting Christ
Key Text: Matt. 25:1-12
Speaker: Gifty Achiaa Fosuaa

With the theme of the year, Hold Fast Till I Come, An Urgent Call to Repentance, Endurance and Watchfulness, the sub theme, Be Real, Reflecting Christ could only be appropriate. The commission given to us by our Lord Jesus Christ was to watch and pray. The apostles also warned us of the nearness of time and so there is the need for watchfulness. But the question is “How do we live the faith we profess? Are we living the real life? Are we living the real life Jesus wants us to live? Just like the ten virgins in Matt 5:1-12, we Christians can only fall into one of the two categories of virgins. Even though they were all waiting for the coming of the groom, only five had access to the banquet because they were prepared and very watchful. We as Christians cannot continue to be waiting with our mouths while our lives portray otherwise Just like the five foolish virgins who professed with their mouths that they were ready for the groom but made no provision for additional oil and were disappointed at the end. These five virgins were not being real. The five Virgins were refused entry into the banquet hall because the master did not know them.

……… the class of the foolish virgins are not hypocrites. They have a regard for the truth, they have advocated the truth, they are attracted to those who believe the truth but have not yielded themselves to the holy spirit working. “{COL 406} They have no principles within. They have lamps of profession in their hands but not in their heart that stock of sound knowledge, rooted disposition and settled resolution which is necessary to carry them through trials of the present truth. 2 Tim. 3:1-5(esp. verse 5)

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GNAAS CONGRESS 2013 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 07 August 2013 13:55
The Ghana National Association Of Adventist Students(GNAAS) congress 2013 came to a successful end last Sunday, 4th August 2013. The annual congress which brings together all Adventist students from all areas of the country was held on the campus of Ho Polythechnic in the Volta Region and saw about 400 participants. This years congress had the theme "Search, Meditate and Share(SMS)". The programme had Ps. Dr. Robert Osei-Bonsu as the guest speaker with Ps. Maj. Peter Duodu, Ps. Okyere Baffour, Ps. Obeng Manu, Ps. Nathan Odonkor,Ps. Godswill T.K Mensah, Ps. Capt. Guatafson, Chap. Greg Davis, Ps. Samuel Boadi and many others as resource persons. Participants of this congress also had the chance to see the Panoramic view on the Highest Mountain in Ghana, Afadjato when they went on an excursion on Thursday.

pastors pastors on pulpit alex-arhin
handingover of executives sabbath worship afadjato
Last Updated on Friday, 09 August 2013 11:51
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MG Evangelism PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 05 June 2013 15:58

All are being reminded of the upcoming INTER TERTIARY YOUTH EVANGELISM to be held from the 30th of June to 14th of July at Abono near Lake Bosomtwe. "While the souls of men are dying and the Master Calls for you, Let none hear you idly saying there is nothing I can do." BE THERE!!!
Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 June 2013 16:51
 

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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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