COMPASSION – RESTORATIVE FATHER

The Very Rev. Canon Dr. Rebecca Nyegenye ( PROVOST) The definition of compassion is a feeling of deep sympathy and sorrow for another who is hurting, in pain, or has misfortune and is accompanied by a strong desire to help the suffering. Jesus Christ is the greatest example of someone with true compassion. Not only[…]

Sarah Normenyo, a mission law student from Ghana said;”The transformation of lives by God’s word and love that I have witnessed first-hand while serving as a short-term missionary three times among the ‘Dagomba’ people group, is distinct, unmistakable, and sensational.God is working tangibly to bring His “lost sheep” home.” Today we begin our Mission week,[…]

The Work Of The Holy Spirit

The best way a family can function well is when the father, mother and children are working together. Their functions are interrelated, there is growth and development, happiness and peace and decisions are made without any conflict because the father and mother are one and the child only comes as a result of two parents[…]

Greetings to you all in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. For the past two weeks we have been trying to understand the whole idea of discpleship and our need for obidience as we follow Chrisit. Today our Topic, “The World; an Enemy of Disciples.” comes in with the Revelation that can elevate us[…]

Sin in whichever form is so great, embarrassing, hurtful, or shameful and if not repented can bring great destruction. Lent is a season to open up to the Lord and one another and receive assurance and forgiveness from Christ. Hidden sin hinders communication with God. The Psalmist states if I regard iniquity in my heart,[…]

The oxford Dictionary defines Confession as a formal statement of admitting that one is guilty of a crime. This is a hard task, telling God the exact wrong you did. By the time you communicate, it means that the Holy Spirit directly or indirectly has done the work of conviction in you. In Psalm 51:4[…]

The year 2021 exposed us to many hopeless situations in the nation, church, families and world at large. Domestic violence, child marriages and pregnancies, children at home with no hope of going to school, loss and closure of businesses, loss of family members, many orphans, widows and widowers, divorces and broken marriages, disappointments in relationships[…]

HOPE BEYOND AFFLICTION

The year 2021 exposed us to many hopeless situations in the nation, church, families and world at large. Domestic violence, child marriages and pregnancies, children at home with no hope of going to school, loss and closure of businesses, loss of family members, many orphans, widows and widowers, divorces and broken marriages, disappointments in relationships[…]

Reflecting on the birth of Jesus is a renewal of our love to the Son of God who poured out his love for us on the cross. This birth reminds us that God is still thinking about us so dearly. While we were dead in sin he chose to send his son, Jesus Christ, out[…]

Last Sunday we completed a series on marriage and we believe that each one of us has taken time to rethink our marriages which symbolizes Christ as the groom and the church as the bride.This captures well with our December theme of beholding the redeemer our Lord Jesus Christ. During this advent season we remember[…]