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A Taste Of Sin And The Importance Of Upholding Suspensions In The Church Community

A Taste Of Sin And The Importance Of Upholding Suspensions In The Church Community

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Inspired by the touching narrative of “A Taste of Sin,” a new Christian movie trending, this article aims to underscore the significance of adhering to church principles, particularly concerning the suspension of church members from activities. The film portrays the journey of a pastor suspended from the church due to an affair with a choir member, resulting in her tragic death from an abortion. However, through genuine repentance during his suspension, both God and the church restored him. While the movie primarily serves as a cautionary tale for men of God and Christians to remain vigilant against temptation, it prompts a deeper examination of a vital church practice: SUSPENSIONS. In the realm of religious communities, the decision to suspend church members from activities and ...
Death toll in Nkwanta shooting rises to 8

Death toll in Nkwanta shooting rises to 8

Features, Ghana News
The death toll in the ethnic clashes at Adele Challa and Akyode communities in the Oti Region has risen to eight. Several properties have been destroyed and residents have fled for safety leaving behind a ghost town. The region has witnessed tribal conflicts involving the Adele, Challa, and Akyode ethnic groups over land litigation issues. However, in recent times contention about a Yam Festival being organized by the Akyode people in the Nkwanta town led to fresh skirmishes.https://cdn.vuukle.com/widgets/quiz.html?version=1.12.3Advertisement Despite attempts by the Oti Regional Security Council to resolve the issue, skirmishes have continued to plague the town. On Tuesday, the Interior Ministry imposed a 13-hour-long curfew on Nkwanta township and banned the carrying o...
OpenAI staff demand board resign over Sam Altman sacking

OpenAI staff demand board resign over Sam Altman sacking

Features, International, Science & Technology
Staff at OpenAI have called on the board of the artificial intelligence company to resign after the shock dismissal of former boss Sam Altman. In a letter, they question the board's competence, and accuse it of undermining the firm's work. They also demand Mr Altman's reinstatement. But Mr Altman now has a job at Microsoft and seems to want to stay. He and Microsoft boss Satya Nadella see OpenAI's success as vital, he added.ADVERTISEMENT "Satya and my top priority remains to ensure OpenAI continues to thrive," he tweeted. "We are committed to fully providing continuity of operations to our partners and customers. The OpenAI/Microsoft partnership makes this very doable." The sacking on Friday of a man who is one of the leading figures in artificial intelligence (AI) shock...
What is the Health Minister doing at the ministry? – Mintah-Akandoh fumes

What is the Health Minister doing at the ministry? – Mintah-Akandoh fumes

Features, Ghana News
Ranking Member on Parliament’s Health Committee, Kwabena Mintah Akandoh, has condemned the Health Minister, Kwaku Agyeman Manu for failing to reopen the Korle Bu Renal Unit. Mr. Mintah Akandoh stated that the Minority Chief Whip had, on the floor of parliament, called on Mr. Agyeman Manu to immediately direct the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital to reopen the renal unit; however, the minister has failed to issue the order. The Korle Bu Renal Unit has been shut down since May with hospital authorities blaming the situation on the removal of tax and excise duty exemption on medical consumables. This had created a four million cedi debt for the hospital.https://cdn.vuukle.com/widgets/quiz.html?version=1.11.12Advertisementhttps://b2d627fafc9c26b6bb155e45e2cf2bc9.safeframe.googlesyndication...
Limited voters’ registration: Those in hard-to-reach areas can wait for next year – Dr. Serebour Quaicoe

Limited voters’ registration: Those in hard-to-reach areas can wait for next year – Dr. Serebour Quaicoe

Features, Ghana News
The Electoral Commission has explained that eligible voters who are unable to register in the Commission’s district offices nationwide would have to do so next year. The Commission’s Director of Electoral Services, Dr. Serebour Quaicoe, who said this on Asempa FM’s Ekosiisen on Monday, September 19, noted that from next year, the EC will have special arrangements for hard-to-reach areas once it receives the legal backing of parliament for its Constitutional Instrument, C.I. According to him, the Commission will also carry out a continuous registration process in its offices that will serve would-be voters at any given time. “For those in hard-to-reach areas, we are only appealing to them to find a way to get to the district offices for the registration. Otherwise, they would have...
TBHEC and CCG collaborate towards sustainable energy and transport

TBHEC and CCG collaborate towards sustainable energy and transport

Features, Science & Technology
The Brew-Hammond Energy Centre (TBHEC) and the Climate Compatible Growth (CCG) initiative have joined forces in Ghana in a significant stride towards promoting renewable energy and sustainable transport.  This collaborative effort aims to provide the necessary training, research and development support, and expertise for efficient energy management and policy analysis in the country, with a specific focus on decarbonizing the transport and energy sectors. A two-day workshop, which concluded on Thursday, September 14, 2023, in the capital city of Accra, brought together a diverse group of participants, including academia, NGOs, and experts from various fields. The workshop delved into the Ghanaian context, with a keen emphasis on insights from key figures in the energy and trans...
“Joseph, Where Art Thou!” – A Life Story Of The Late Apostle Joseph Egyir-Paintsil

“Joseph, Where Art Thou!” – A Life Story Of The Late Apostle Joseph Egyir-Paintsil

Features, Pent TV, Pentecost News
He stumbled upon Jesus at the age of 18, while on his way to the movies in pre-colonial Ghana, something that was considered the epitome of worldliness at that time. And yes, despite his strict Methodist upbringing, after returning from school he was steep into the secular life. Smoking, drinking, bad companies, you name it. Besides, it was December 31st and who wouldn’t want to have good time? But this night was different. He overheard a tall, slender Caucasian male preaching from Genesis 3:9. He screamed with a sharp Irish accent, “Adam, where art thou?” Then the call changed to “Joseph, where art thou?” He was Joseph, but the Irish man didn’t know him from Adam! The call echoed in his heart, after a short consideration he abandoned his friends and responded to the call to give his l...
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