Religion

Religious news and events

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Churches urged to eschew worship of money

Professor Enoch Immanuel Agbozo, the leader of the Ghana Evangelical Society says the church must eschew the love and worship of money which is the bane and cause of stagnation and non-progress in the country

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Churches tasked to cater for orphans

Reverend David Kwadwo Ofosuhene, Board Chairman of All God’s Children International, has appealed to churches to provide orphans and vulnerable children a place of love, hope and a sense of belonging within the Christian environment

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Factionalism is anti-Christian – Bishop

Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church Ghana (MCG), Most Reverend Professor Emmanuel Asante, has urged Christians to shun factionalism in all its forms to foster unity and stability in the church

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Christianity Is Like Idol Worshipping – Mzbel

Christianity Is Like Idol Worshipping – Mzbel

Belinda Akua Amoah popularly known in showbiz circles as Mzbel, has said marriage is not in her plans now

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National Chief Imam cautions against extremist groups

National Chief Imam cautions against extremist groups

Sheikh Dr Usumanu Nuhu Sharubutu, National Chief Imam, has called on Imam and leaders of the Muslim communities to caution members of their congregation against possible penetration of ideological influence of extremist groups

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Pastors Under 40 Conference opens in Accra

The Most Reverend Professor Emmanuel Kwaku Asante, Presiding Bishop of The Methodist Church, has urged people who occupy leadership positions in the country to display love, respect and self-control, to ensure national development

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Ahmadis call for more religious tolerance among Ghanaians

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Movement (AMM), has urged Ghanaians to go the extra mile to strengthen the religious tolerance in the country, to sustain peace and facilitate the development of the country

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Wait expectantly for Christ’s return – Rev Osae-Addo

Rev Emmanuel Osae-Addo, Head Pastor of the Korle Bu Community Chapel of the Ghana Evangelical Convention, has encouraged Christians to be earnest and expectant as they wait for Christ’s return

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Don’t travel around in search of Christ’s glory -Otabil

Christ’s suffering, death and resurrection, manifested his glory in his children. It was, therefore, not prudent for Christians to travel around the world looking for that same glory, Pastor Mensah Otabil said on Sunday

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Christians told to live on expectation of the Christ

Christians have been urged to eschew sin and live their lives in expectation of the return of Jesus Christ

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Easter is about Jesus Christ-Rev Obed Asamoah

The essence of Easter and of Christianity is the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, who brought salvation to the world, Reverend Isaac Obed Asamoah, Pastor in charge of Gospel Faith Ministries at A-Lang in Accra has said

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Minister asks Christians to crave for religious tolerance

Reverend J. Komla Tulasi, Hohoe District Pastor of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church has called for religious tolerance across the globe as a sign of believers coming from the same stock

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Easter is a season of hope – Rev Komladzie

Reverend Jonathan Komladzie, the Synod Moderator of the Brong Ahafo Presbytery of the E.P. Church, has described Easter as the celebration of a historic event in the Christian fraternity

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Christians urged not to lose hope in God

The Most Reverend Professor Daniel Yinkah-Sarfo, Primate and Anglican Metropolitan Archbishop of the Province of West Africa, has asked Ghanaians to remain hopeful and refuse to give in to cynicism despite the harsh economic conditions

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Peace Council holds forum on religious tolerance

The National Peace Council (NPC), in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has organised a national stakeholders’ forum on religious tolerance and freedom in Ghana

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Let’s not Inflame religious passions – Apostle Amoani

Apostle Dr Stephen Kwame Amoani, the Chairman of the Christ Apostolic Church International (CACI), has asked religious leaders and politicians not to make religious statements that would plunge the nation into crisis

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