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The Lutheran Media Ministry, in partnership with the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Ghana (E.L.C.G) organized Easter Reformation Fun Games for Lutheran Churches in Accra on 17th April 2017 to climax the Easter festivities and to commemorate the 500th Anniversary Celebration of Martin Luther’s Reformation which comes off in October 2017.
Participating churches were St. Paul’s, St. Peter’s, All Saints, St. Michael’s, Peace and Grace Lutheran Churches. Member churches participated in a variety of games including football, athletics, sack race, lime & spoon, draft, cards and table tennis. The deserving winners received medals and certificates. St. Michael’s Lutheran Church won the football game and emerged the overall winners of the day, taking both trophies for the football competition and for other games. St. Peter’s Lutheran Church came second in the football game and received silver medals.
Some pictures of the event below:
The Lutheran Media Ministry in partnership with the Peach Lutheran Church, located in Ayikope, organized a two-night evangelism outreach (film show) at Ayikope in the Greater Accra Region on 30th and 31st March 2017. Ayikope is a small community in Sapeiman, a suburb of Accra, with majority of the inhabitants being Ewes and full of young people. About a hundred and fifty came to watch the show with some watching from their shops and others standing in front of their houses to watch.
Some we interacted with after the show shared with us about how they became afraid that they will end up in hell fire if they continued in their current lifestyles. Others expressed relief that after all they could also be forgiven of their sins and be saved because of what Jesus Christ has done.
Through the power of the Holy Spirit, a total of sixty young people gave their lives/rededicated their lives to Jesus Christ, twenty of whom had never been to church before. These souls have been connected to the Peace Lutheran Church for nurturing and growth in the house of the Lord.
We thank the Lord Jesus Christ, who saves us not with perishable things like silver or gold, but with his precious blood which has no defect of any kind (1 Peter 1:18-19), and draws men unto Himself when His name is lifted (John 12:32).
We pray that by His spirit, these souls will be established permanently in His house that they may not go back to the world, which has nothing good to offer them. Amen!
Some pictures from the event:
To the glory of God, the people of Nyamekrom, a suburb of Koforidua in the Eastern Region of Ghana benefitted from Lutheran Media Ministry’s free eye screening service in partnership with St. Thomas Eye Clinic and the Presbyterian Church of Ghana (Christ’s Congregation, Nyamekrom) from 22nd – 24th February, 2017.
Six hundred and eighty-eight people comprising men (139), women (301), and children (248) received eye medication and/or spectacles and eye care education at no cost. Twenty-two (22) of this total were also referred for surgery at no cost. Many also had the opportunity to be counselled and prayed for, while others heard the Gospel and received Christ.
We thank God for a successful outreach. May God bless all our donors, volunteers and partners for their contributions.
Some pictures of the exercise:
Glory be to Jesus! The Ministry organized a two day film show event at Amrahia-Dodowa in the Greater Accra Region on 26th and 27th January, 2017 to propagate the Gospel. The Film Show, titled “AFTER RAPTURE” depicted the story of Christians who were raptured and people who professed to be Christians but led their lives their “own ways” and how they lost the opportunity to be raptured.
It was a beautiful scene as people watched the movie with rapt attention from across the street and stood right there to accept Christ during the altar call. A total of 34 people gave their lives to Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit. We pray that as these souls are thought the word of God, they will apply and be established in the Lord. Some pictures of the event: