Accra, March 26, – Reverend Dr Ernest Adu-Gyamfi, Executive President of the Ghana Baptist Convention (GBC) said, Churches of God must consistently teach the biblical truth in order to spread the Gospel of God.
He said these teachings could be done and achieved by paying attention to four basic principles: Apostolic teaching, devotion to fellowship, breaking of bread and devotion to prayer.
Rev. Adu-Gyamfi said this in a sermon to inaugurate the Baptist International Worship Centre (BIWC) at the Head Office of the GBC in Accra.
The inauguration which was attended by members of the GBC across the country was climaxed with prayers and thanksgiving.
The BIWC will be opened for members of the GBC and the general public on Wednesdays for Bible teaching, Fridays for consistent prayer and Sundays for the normal Worship.
He said Churches of God must prepare people for heaven through the demonstration of bible teaching which the BIWC sought to achieve.
The Executive President said sincerity in worship was very important to the viability and progress of every church and urged all members of the GBC to be sincere and faithful to their Churches.
“Any Church that seeks to make these four basic principles its target will see the light of the world.”
Rev. Adu-Gyamfi appealed to members of the GBC to be committed to these four basic principles which will make their Churches progress.
He said everything impossible in life could be made possible with prayers as revealed in the book of God, adding that, “every achievement made by individuals or organisations are bestowed with prayers.”
Source: GNA/Amadu Kamil Sanah