The Institute of Emerging Leaders_ Africa (IELA) of the Ghana Baptist Convention is organising the 4th Leadership Training for the Mid- Ghana Sector in Kumasi.
The President visited Kumasi Academy yesterday morning for the school’s Board of Governor’s meeting. He took time off to inspect some GBC on-going projects including new developments at the Baptist Health Services on campus and the construction of a 32 seater toilet facility for the girl’s dormitory.
The Ghana Baptist Convention is inviting applications from suitably qualified persons as NUBS/Youth Coordinator.
The Ghana Baptist Convention is inviting applications from suitably qualified persons as Children’s Co-ordinator.
The Ghana Baptist Convention is inviting applications from suitably qualified persons for the position of Coordinator, Non-Theological Educational Institutions.
The Great Commission Movement today donated Two (2) Set of Cinema Equipment to the Ghana Baptist Convention in support of it’s evangelism activities in the various mission fields across the length and breadth of Ghana.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the position of PRINCIPAL of the Northern Ghana Baptist Theological Seminary.
Applications are invited from qualified candidates for appointment as LECTURER in the Northern Ghana Baptist Theological Seminary to teach Systematic Theology and other related courses.
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The Ghana Baptist Convention, as part of its Strategic Human Resource Development agenda, has pooled together some top-level Professionals within the Denomination to form the Institute of Emerging Leaders Africa (IELA).
Calvary Baptist Church, a vibrant cosmopolitan church with a mission to exalt God in Worship, grow towards Christian Maturity and reach out to the World with the Gospel of Jesus Christ seeks a Senior Pastor to provide overall spiritual and administrative leadership of the church.
The Executive President of the Ghana Baptist Convention (GBC), Rev. Dr Ernest Adu-Gyamfi has vehemently debunked the perception that churches are exploiting their members to enrich themselves, at the expense of driving development. “For some time now, the Church in Ghana has been accused of only collecting tithes and offering from members but have not done anything for society,” the reverend minister lamented. He believed that the perception is a…Keep Reading