Convention News And Updates
- Baptist WMU/BYL give to Trokosi girls
- President inspects Evangelist Extraordinaire’s project – Living Seed Baptist
The Ghana Baptist Convention Executive President, Rev. Dr. Ernest Adu-Gyamfi visited some of the projects being undertaken by the Evangelist Extraordinaire on behalf of the Convention this morning.
- PRESIDENT’S REPORT TO THE 56TH ANNUAL SESSION 2019
This is an extract of the President’s Report. To read the full piece, download it here:
“At the 54th annual session, a new strategic plan covering the period 2018 to 2027 was approved by this house. Some developments during the year obstructed effective implementation of the strategic plan. The plan was therefore re-structured and made operational in January 2019. This report therefore is an assessment of our achievement as a denomination in reference to the strategic plan and the activities outlined under the 9 strategic objectives for the year under review.”
- PASTORAL VACANCY AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, SWEDRU
The Ghana Baptist Convention is facilitating the search for a Pastor for the First Baptist Church at Agona Swedru in the Swedru Baptist Association, in the South West Sector.
- NBCA RE-ELECTS DR. SAMUEL C. TOLBERT AS PRESIDENT
(LOUISVILLE, KY) September 14, 2019 – The National Baptist Convention of America Int’l, Inc. (NBCA) held it’s 139th Annual Session on September 8-12, 2019 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. On Thursday, September 12, 2019, during Dr. Tolbert’s Annual Address he gave several recommendations to the convention, including strategic recommendations geared towards moving NBCA into preparing for its transition of leadership. At the conclusion of Dr. Tolbert’s recommendations, 1st Vice President, Rev. William T. Glynn of Fort Worth, Texas, made a motion that Dr. Tolbert be given another 5-year term. The convention, in an unprecedented move, suspended the rules and held the election one year early. This move was a tribute to the stellar leadership of Dr. Samuel C. Tolbert, Jr.
- ¢14b spent on financial sector clean up – Ofori-Atta
The Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta says government has already spent ¢14 billion to clean up the financial sector.
Speaking at the 56th annual session of the Ghana Baptist Convention in the Ashanti Region, the Minister said much of the money will go into paying disgruntled depositors.