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The Church exists because of what Christ has done for us in His glory and the production of His work. This is what our leadership has in mind when they took the challenge to be our leaders.
Our present leadership is made up of young dynamic men who are seriously working tireless to see the church stand and fulfil the great commission of Christ Jesus.
A basic description of leadership is the duty and call of the person who is in charge to take charge with courage and character, and to risk leading his/her people where they need to go and how they need to be led. It is a position that seeks vision, opportunities, and needs and then motivates others to get it done through the resources, talents, and time they can contribute
The church exists for us to be in Christ our Lord, to be His people, His hands, and His feet. It started with the promise to Abraham and continues through us today. The covenant to Abraham represents one of the main themes of the Bible that God fills and blesses us and we are called to share it as the primary purpose for our existence; we are blessed to be a blessing.
The church is born and continues to live by the people God chooses, and the response we give. “I will be your God and you will be my people,” is the relationship God calls us to first to Himself and then to others. God is our God and we are called to be His people, so let’s do this!
Our leaders believed that by God's grace, they must do two things simultaneously: they must do all that is necessary for the purity of the visible church to exhibit the holiness of God, and yet, no matter how bitter [they] become or what nasty things they say . . . , they must show forth the love of God in the midst of the strongest speaking they can do. If they let down one side or the other, they will not bear their testimony to God who is holy and who is love.
Apostle & Mrs. Bona Boateng Siriboa Church Pastorate
Elder Isaac Amposah Presiding Elder.
Deacon Gyamfi Financial Secretary
Deacon Emmanuel Boadu Church Secretary
Elder Joe Mintah Welfare leader.