Convention News And Updates
- GBC & SBN TV Congratulate GBC President on Appointment as National Peace Council Chairman
The Ghana Baptist Convention and Shalom Broadcasting Network (SBN TV) have congratulated the Executive President of Ghana Baptist Convention, Rev. Dr. Ernest Adu-Gyamfi on his appointment as the Chairman of the National Peace Council.
- Ghana Baptist Convention donates towards 1,000 wheelchairs per region campaign
The Ghana Baptist Convention (GBC) has taken the lead to donate towards the 1000 wheelchairs per region campaign by the Henry Djaba Memorial Foundation.
The Convention, led by its Executive President, Reverend Dr. Ernest Adu-Gyamfi at a short ceremony presented four wheelchairs; four Walkers; two Armpit Clutches, and three Elbow Clutches in support of the campaign.
- Directive for Re-Opening of Ghana Baptist Convention Churches
Official PDF Version: Directive for Re-Opening of Ghana Baptist Convention Churches
3RD JUNE 2020
TO ALL GHANA BAPTIST CONVENTION CHURCHES
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Greetings of peace and hope in the Name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Shalom!
We deem it necessary to issue this guideline to our churches following the Government of Ghana’s relaxation of the restrictions on congregational meetings in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- SBN TV to air Baptist World Alliance Virtual Worship Service on Pentecost
From Friday May 29 to Saturday, May 30, 2020, the Baptist World Alliance (BWA) is organizing a global virtual worship service for all Baptists worldwide to share what the Lord is doing in their lives. This unprecedented virtual service is due to the Covid-19 pandemic which has rendered public congregations impossible during this period.
- SBN TV: Propagating the Gospel in a lockdown
Shalom Broadcasting Network (SBN TV) a Christian satellite channel operationalized by the Ghana Baptist Convention, is devoted to the mission of propagating the solid and unadulterated word of God to 27 countries in West, East and parts of Central Africa.
SBN TV is a multimedia ministry with the sole aim of nourishing believers with wholesome content and drawing the lost to Christ with the fulfilling, inspirational and entertaining programs.
- Quarantined people in Middle East turn to Christian TV for hope
In the eye of the coronavirus storm, anxious viewers in the Middle East and North Africa are looking to live Christian TV for reassurance—desperate to see “living hope” as the crisis escalates.
“Right now, with many countries introducing quarantine measures and lockdowns—and people staying home in isolation because of the COVID-19 virus—millions are searching the channels for hope that’s alive and real,” said Dr. Rex Rogers, SAT-7 USA president (sat7usa.org), a Christian satellite broadcaster in the Middle East and North Africa.