Kevin Taylor Sends Simple Reply To Church Of Pentecost Leadership After They Sent A Petition On LGBT
Kevin Taylor has once again waged a war of words against the clergy for certain acts he considers not to the godly. Much of his warfare has been geared at the Church of Pentecost which is seen by many as the biggest populated church in Ghana. the last time Kevin hit out at a leader from Pentecost was when he criticized the leadership of the National Cathedral headed by former Pentecost leader, Opoku Onyinah from accepting a sum of money from the Chief Imam.
LEGALIZING SAME SEX MARRIAGE IS AGAINST THE WILL OF GOD ; FMR CHAIRMAN BESEECHES Former Chairman of the Church of Pentecost Apostle Dr. Opoku Onyinah has lashed out at homosexuals and their advocates, describing the act as demonic, abominable and against the will of God and must be abolished
Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known Kwame APlus has incurred the wrath of members of the Church of Pentecost and it has set in motion a huge "battle" on social media. The popular musician is being dragged on social media for criticizing a statement by the former Chairman of the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Professor Opoku Onyinah.
It is right to criticize others but this must be done constructively. Kwame Asare Obeng who is popularly known as Kwame A-Plus has for the past weeks been that venomous to everything the Chairman of the National Board of Trustees for the National Cathedral project, Apostle Professor Kwadwo Nimfour Opoku Onyinah says on the media.
The Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the National Cathedral, Apostle Opoku Onyinah, has been reminded that the backlash fired by the youth of today on the leadership of the country is a result of their exploitation and neglect of the people they are to serve. Kwame A-Plus finds a recent call by Apostle Opoku Onyinah to the youth to refrain from insulting leaders of the country, as untenable.
1. Apostle Eric Nyamekye. He is a Ghanaian televangelist and the 6th Chairman of the Church the Church of Pentecost, the largest Pentecostal denomination in Ghana. He is the Chancellor for the Pentecost University College and the 2nd Vice President of the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council.
There has been so much brouhaha regarding the construction of a national cathedral from the country. what started as a personal vow has turned national and citizens have been called on to support the effort. Even some Muslims have joined in and contributing to the building. Ghanaians were taxed to pay 100 cedis monthly to help mass up funds for the building.
The immediate past chairman of the Church of Pentecost has added his voice on the passage of the LGBTQI bill. The legalization of the LGBTQI in the country has been a controversial issue for the past six (6) months. Many Government officials have added their voices to this controversial issue.
The Church of Pentecost has elected Apostle Eric Kwabena Nyamekye as new Chairman to succeed Apostle Prof. Opoku Onyinah, who officially retires in August this year. The election took place on Thursday, May 3, 2018, at the Pentecost Convention Centre (PCC) during the 43rd General Council Meeting of the Church.
KINDLY SHARE, FOLLOW AND COMMENT FOR MORE INTERESTING STORIES The chairman of the board of trustees of the National Cathedral, Apostle Professor Opoku Onyinah, has disclosed that he prays for all those who criticise the construction of the National Cathedral. He said this during an interview on Asempa fm stating that those who criticise the project don't have a full understanding of what the construction of the Cathedral signifies and what it holds for us as a country.
Apostle Prof. Opoku Onyinah is the immediate past President of the Pentecost Church and was also the founding Rector of the church's University, becoming its Chancellor as well.
The Church of Ghana is one the highest brunches Church Ghana and the world at large , for the past decades the church has been headed by so many great ministers of God.According to the general public , they think heading a Chuch like pentecost your monthly salary will be very huge but that is not truth.
Apostle Opoku Onyinah and Commetee visit the National Cathedral We continued our visitation to the ecumenical bodies and church leaders yesterday.One of the issues that has been coming up and came up yesterday is the politicisation of issues of national interest in Ghana, including the National Cathedral.
The immediate past chairman of the church of Pentecost and chairman of the board of trustees for the national cathedral, Apostle Professor Opoku Onyinah has enlisted strategies by which the cathedral will be completed by March 2024. A Fundraising Strategy was launched at the Oil Dome of the Royal House Chapel International in Accra.
The agenda to build a National Cathedral - a National Non-denominational Christian Worship Centre, in Ghana has triggered so much controversy with Ghanaians divided over whether it is needful or not in the face of the various infrastructural challenges the nation is confronted with. The strongly held opinion of many is that Ghanaians should not be burdened with the execution of a project the President of the Republic admits to have been a promise he personally made to God to honour, should he emerge victor of the 2016 presidential contest.
NPP should go back and make honest resolutions and assessment to their governance -Reverend Opoku Onyinah
Kindly follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. With that been said, let’s get right into this article. The just ended 2020 presidential and parliamentary elections have caused massive stir, arguments and debates as Ghanaians shared their respective opinions on the verdict of the Chairperson of the electoral commission, Jean Mensah as She declared the incumbent party, NPP winner. However, the NPP recently held a thanksgiving service within which in attendance was the popularly known Ghanaian
The immediate Past President of the Pentecost Church, Apostle Kwadwo Nimfour Opoku Onyinah has in an interview with an Accra based Light TV, over the weekend encouraged the hearts of many going through diverse challenges. Apostle Onyinah (Pic from his Facebook page) In the interview where he discussed life in general in the context of the scriptures and current challenges facing the world, he was at his usual best to profess hope to the hopeless and an uplifting for the downcast. He said, " there may be challenges
Kindly follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. With that been said, let’s get right into this article. The recent thanksgiving service held by the NPP at the forecourt of the state house in Accra saw lots of NPP dignitaries, party supporters, pastors and just to mention but a few as all came together to celebrate and thank God for their victory in the just ended 2020 presidential elections. In attendance was the popularly known Ghanaian Reverend, Opoku Onyinah who addressed the congregation
Pictures are for illustration purposes only. Prophecies have been thick and quick during the this 2020 pandemic laden year. Many prophets especially those in Ghana have been busy to predict the outcome of the presidential election. Luckily the election has come and gone and some of the prophets are holding themselves and their heads very high because they have been proven right in their calls for His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as president for the next four years. Prophet Isaac Owusu Bempah is one
Apostle Professor Opoku Onyinah was the former chairman of Church of Pentecost Ghana. The renowned man of God has thrown a caution to prophets in the country. In his powerful sermon delivered yesterday at the New Patriotic Party Thanksgiving service which was held at the statehouse. Apostle Professor Opoku Onyinah made it clear to our prophets whose prophecies are mainly to create fear and panic in country, to refrain from such attitudes. He said it is very pathetic off late,where you will hear prophets predicting