Patience is to have a big heart; to have the capacity to make excuses for other’s faults, as we make for our own. But even more importantly, patience is one the surest ways of measuring the depth and quality of our love. Listen to the sermon for more insight on why we all need to develop this virtue and how the Holy Spirit can help us.
In this short sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah draws our attention to the fact that no one can draw water from an empty well. As Christian, we cannot properly and effectively love God and neighbour, until we learn to love self.
With too many people growing up in dysfunctional families, the scriptural command to honour our parents can be harder to obey than it appears. In this sermon, Brother Eugene Ocansey teaches us how to truly honour our parents without dishonouring ourselves or our spouses.
Why are so many marriages struggling, even in the body of Christ? In this short sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah gleans from the story of Rahab and Salmon, to give us practical keys to building successful Christian marriages and relationships. We hope this sermon blesses you.
Contrary to what appears to be an accepted norm nowadays in Christendom, God didn’t call us, save us, and equip us to just go through life passively. His call to Love Him and our neighbour, is a call to passionate living. If this sermon blesses you, share it with a friend.
Love can simply be defined as Patience and Kindness, and those two virtues are amazing yardsticks by which we can measure our love. It is impossible to become anything like God, if we cannot walk in love. God is love, and He expects us, His children, to walk in His love.
Have you ever had to deal with someone who has a lot of power or authority but is very deficient in love? Did you feel safe? Did they put your life at risk? Would you like to work or live with such a person again? In this sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah introduces us to the first element or characteristic of the fruit of the Holy Spirit- LOVE. We hope this sermon blesses you.
10th October, 2020
RESUMPTION OF SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICES
By the awesome grace of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, we resume our in-person Sunday Church Services from tomorrow, the 11th day of October, 2020.
As we know well, there’s still no vaccine for COVID-19. Therefore, we’ve taken measures to make our services as safe as can be.
First of all, we will not be holding Youth Service and Sunday School. We’ll keep having those virtually as part of our Saturday Church Services. This means we don’t have to bring our children to church with us, unless there’s no one to take care of them at home. Children who come for the Sunday service must sit with their parents or minders throughout the whole service.
All members will be required to wear a mask during the whole service.
Sitting arrangement and order of service will adhere strictly to official Covid-19 protocols, and we’d encourage everyone to comply with them. Veronica buckets, hand sanitisers, soap, water, and thermometer guns, and everything needed for a safe service will be provided.
Unfortunately, our favourite after-service fellowship will not be available until we figure out the safest way to serve item 13 whilst everyone is wearing a mask.
The wellbeing of the community, our children and families is a top priority for us at ACC, so please work with us to make our time in His presence safe, fun and fulfilling.
God bless you.
Nana Kofi Acquah
Accra Community Church
When the Holy Spirit descended on the early church on the day of Pentecost, He came with gifts and many benefits. Through the lens of Ephesians 3, Rev. Dr. Kofi Amissah draws our attention to all the benefits we have in Christ, and encourages us to pursue these blessings in Him.
In this sermon, Brother Jonas Ayeri draws our attention to who we have become in Christ, and why the old barriers, cultures and systems that separated Jews from Greeks, slaves from free, and male from female are now broken down. We hope this sermon blesses you.