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Date: 29th July – 5th August
Venue: Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
Event: 36th GNAAS Congress

KINGDOM BUSINESS: How to build a Ministry that Matters.

Ministering to people’s present needs becomes a powerful corollary to the verbal proclamation of the gospel. The gospel heard, must be the gospel seen.
But exactly how can we create and sustain ministries? Enter Kingdom Business: How to Build a Ministry that Matters. This four-day seminar offers a step-by-step guide to planning, beginning and executing a Bible-based ministry that reaches people with the love and truth of Jesus Christ. It sets the right biblical perspective based on a Kingdom mentality that drives commitment, sustains passion, and fosters excellence in the running of your ministry. It provides practical tutorial with real-life examples drawing from my own experience as well as those of successful lay ministries. Participants will also be exposed to the right use of technology in their ministries. Effective team building, networking, fundraising, organization and evaluation will also be covered. Apart from these practical elements, the seminar will also explore on the cultural and philosophical dimensions of ministry in the 21st Century.

If you dream of starting a ministry to put your God-given talents to the use of His Kingdom, this seminar is for you. If you have started a ministry but don’t quite know how to take it to the next level, there is much that will benefit you too. If you run an established and successful ministry or ministries, then here is a place to share your experience. And yes, if you have no idea whether or not God is calling you to a particular area of ministry, the Kingdom Mindset approach will help you find out.

All Christians are called to minister. The question for each of us, as individuals and ministry teams, is how. Ministry is the business of the Kingdom, and this seminar aims to provide a clear path towards doing it in a way that will affect eternity. Join us at this year’s GNAAS Congress for Kingdom Business: How to Build a Ministry that Matters.


Speaking Appointments

How to Study Your Bible Effectively
Venue: Prince Emmanuel Seventh-day Adventist Church, Takoradi
Dates: June 13th – 16th 2018

This is a three-part seminar on how to effectively and enjoyably study the Bible. Learn how to approach Bible study, how to discern meaning that lies beneath the surface of the text, learn and apply background and context, and how to utilise helpful tools like like concordances, lexicons, and Bible dictionaries. You do not need to be a theologian, or know Hebrew Aramaic and Greek to be be a good student of the Scriptures. Bible study can be truly rewarding if you approach it the right way. After all, it is in searching the Scriptures that we discover God.

Seminar Audio


Speaking Appointments
Title: By What Alone? Is the Reformation Really Over?

Recent moves towards reuniting Lutherans and Protestants with Roman  Catholics on points of doctrine threaten to douse the 500 year-old flame of Protestantism. By What Alone? is a lecture addressing the theological foundations of recent ecumenical developments between Lutherans and Protestants on the one hand, and the Roman Catholic Church on the other, with a view to establish a biblically consistent Adventist response.

Venue: West-Ridge SDA Church
Time: 6pm

It will be part of a night of music celebrating 500 years of the Protestant Reformation.


Speaking Appointments

THEME: The Scalpel of the Spirit

Venue: University for Development Studies, Tamale Campus
Subject: Week of Spiritual Emphasis
LIVE: Streaming live each evening at 6:45pm at

Scalpels are wonderful instruments. They are the surgeon’s dependable tools for accessing the secret places of the human frame. They help the healer diagnose and correct pathologies through surgical means. Scalpels are sharp. They excise failing organs and malignant tumors, and cut through the hardest bone. But as human being we are more than the sum of our tissues, aren’t we?


There is a spiritual life in each of us that lies deeper than any steel blade can reach, than any human surgeon can expose. The reality is that this spiritual life, for most of us, is in critical condition: our spirituality weak, our moral compasses are broken; we are mentally emotionally detached from the Lord, and we have lost interest in His children and church. We have no burning hope for His coming, or great concern for perishing souls. Our very identity as Christians and Adventists is in question… our love has waxed as cold and frigid as death itself.


Our vital signs may not be encouraging, but there is real hope for us. There is a Surgeon whose scalpel is unseen, and with it He penetrates deeper than flesh. He exposes the joints and marrow of the spirit, and sees the thoughts and intentions of the heart. With His scalpel He excises our cancerous sin and reconstructs our broken figure into the perfect image of Christ.


This Week of Spiritual Emphasis we do not merely wish to know how the Spirit uses His scalpel. We seek admittance onto His operating table; we are fast dying a death from which there is no recovery, and our time is fast running out. Our case is urgent: He must cut us, or we die.