Love is Patient

Love Is Patient- Sermon by Dr. Kudzo Seneadza (Brother Joe)

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.

Love, Practically (Daughters of Rahab, Sons of Salmon)

Love, Practically (Daughters of Rahab, Sons of Salmon) preached by Nana Kofi Acquah

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.

LOVE- Living Passionately

Love- Living Passionately by Nana Kofi Acquah

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.

The Invisibility of Womanhood (Mother’s Day Sermon)

Every woman, no matter what kind of woman they are or have been, can be used, and has been used by God. God can use you too, if you will allow Him. He knows the hurdles that are designed to impede your progress, and He shows us through scripture, that He is willing and able to help you overcome and become everything He says you are. Happy Mother’s Day

Are you available?

Quite often, because we are aware of our failings, we give up on ourselves even before God gives up on us. Throughout the Bible, God used many people for His purposes, who we’d consider unqualified by even our standards. Nana Kofi Acquah preaches that the most important decision we can make, is to make ourselves available for God to use. Are you available?

Why we give to the poor

Contrary to the opinion many have, that the God of the Old Testament is mean and Jesus is kind; God, Our Father, actually is the initiator and source of Grace in the scriptures, and He expects us, His children, to be the extensions of His grace in society.  In this sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah talks about why Accra Community Church must give to the orphan, widow, naked, poor, thirsty, hungry, sick, prisoner etc. It is in giving to society’s most vulnerable, that we actually give to Christ.


Susu’s Testimony – Salvation and Beyond

Born into a muslim family, Susu never saw herself becoming a Christian. For seven years in school, her friends had tried and failed to convert her.  Whilst in England on vacation, God finds her. Today, she shares her story and asks the very important question of Why. Why does God save us? May you find your “why” as you listen to her sermon. God bless you.