The Baptist Medical Centre at Nalerigu in the Northern Region, a major referral facility in the three northern regions and neighbouring countries is 60 years. Popularly known as BMC, it was established in August 1958 by the then International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention of the USA to provide quality medical services to the people of Ghana. It currently serves more than 200 patients a day and carries…Keep Reading
The Ghana Baptist Convention (GBC) in partnership with the Cuyahoga Valley Church, Cleveland Ohio, USA, have commissioned an ultra-modern hospital for the people of Nvellenu in the Jomoro District of the Western Region. The hospital, which is the first phase was built with the intention of becoming a tertiary one and is equipped with first-class facilities at a cost of $760,000. It has a theatre, dispensary/pharmacy, emergency, maternity and recovery…Keep Reading
The Ghana Baptist Convention (GBC) in partnership with the Cuyahoga Valley Church, Cleveland Ohio, USA, have commissioned an ultra-modern hospital for the people of Nvellenu in the Jomoro District of the Western Region. The hospital, which is the first phase was built with the intention of becoming a tertiary one and is equipped with first class facilities at a cost of $760,000. It has a theatre, dispensary/pharmacy, emergency, maternity and…Keep Reading
The Ghana Baptist Convention (GBC) has ordained 38 pastors during an ordination service at the closing ceremony of its 55th annual session, which was held at the Baptist Women’s Retreat Centre at Ejura, in the Ejura/Sekyedumase municipality in the Ashanti region. The four-day convention of the church started on Tuesday August 29, 2018, and ended on Saturday September 1, 2018. The executive president of GBC, Rev. Dr Ernest Adu-Gyamfi, called…Keep Reading
Reverend Dr Ernest Adu-Gyamfi, President of the Ghana Baptist Convention (GBC) has urged Ministers of the Convention not to measure their effectiveness by the numbers in their Churches. He also advised them to rejoice in the success of their colleague pastors and keep themselves away from ministerial jealousies in the work of God. Rev Adu-Gyamfi gave the advice to the 38 newly ordained ministers at the closing ceremony of the…Keep Reading
Reverend Dr Ernest Adu-Gyamfi, the Executive President of the Ghana Baptist Convention (GBC) has tasked the government to as a matter of urgency complete all neglected health facilities in the country. He expressed the hope that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akofu-Addo will uphold his pledge to complete all abandoned projects despite the agitations from quarters. “Governments come and go, but every project is eventually paid with the Ghanaian taxpayers’ money…Keep Reading
The President of the Ghana Baptist Convention (GBC), Rev. Dr Ernest Adu-Gyamfi, has called on the government to complete abandoned hospital projects across the country in order to expand healthcare delivery.
Reverend Washington Komla Darke, Vice President, Administration, Ghana Baptist Convention, has called on all stakeholders to give critical attention to the issue of ritual servitude popularly known as “trokosi”, and purge it out.
Elijah Brown, originally from Texas, started in January as the ninth general secretary of the Baptist World Alliance. Word&Way Editor Brian Kaylor sat down with Brown in March in the BWA offices in Falls Church, Va.
Churches in the Central Region have vowed to join forces and demonstrate against the Government, should it bow to the so-called international pressure and make any attempt to legalize the practice of homosexuality in the country.
The trend in modern day Christianity where preachers want to be seen rather than lift up Jesus Christ, has been condemned by speakers at the Ministers’ Conference of the Ghana Baptist Convention. Chairman of the Christian Council of Ghana, Rev. Dr. Ernest Adu-Gyamfi, says people are drifting from the word of God due to the proliferation of “Prosperity Gospel”. He observes temptations have hit some ministers, forcing them to lose focus…Keep Reading
Reverend Professor Paul Frimpong-Manso, General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God, Ghana, has advised pastors and ministers of the gospel to desist from advertising themselves and their titles and rather, concentrate on the spreading of the gospel. He was worried that most pastors these days were shifting the focus from Christ, who should be the basis for the ministry, to themselves and would rather preach prosperity than salvation. According to…Keep Reading