Praying To The God Who Heals

The first time Sister Susu prayed to Jesus Christ, she was already 29. Her first prayer was “God, show me you heal”, and with that short prayer began a journey of discovering the healing power of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. As you listen to this sermon, may The Lord Jesus Christ become for you too, The God Who Heals.

The Discipline and Power of Prayer

Brother Edwin Gbekor shares his testimony on how prayer delivered him from the power of the occult, and set him on a path to intimacy and growth in Christ. By the grace of God, he has seen God, through prayer, deliver many others, and God can deliver you too. We hope this testimony blesses you.

Grace Alone

Our Lord Jesus Christ never used the word GRACE, but in countless parables He explained the depth, and width and height of the Father’s grace towards us; His lost sheep, His lost coin, His prodigal son. In this sermon, Brother Jonas Ayeri points us to Christ’s finished work, and how sufficient it is for our lives. May you gain a deep understanding of what it means to be saved by Grace, as you listen to this sermon

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. ┬áIn 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.