Diasporian News of 2014-06-16

All Nations Church celebrates five years Anniversary

All Nations Church celebrates five years Anniversary and Sanctuary dedication.
The Christian Journal Elizabeth, New Jersey - Friends from far and wide joined All Nations Church to celebrate their fifth anniversary and the dedication of their new sanctuary. The Mayor of the city of Elizabeth, Christian Bollwage was the special guest of honor for the tape cutting ceremony.
The church features include a giant wide screen right above the altar, 2 children’s room, a youth chapel, offices for church administrators and big parking lot. The church new sanctuary can acco mmodate more than 350 people that triple the size of the old worship center.
The new sanctuary is warmer, more inviting space than the old place of worship that it replaces.
“I’m pleased for them,” Dr Frank Ofosu Appiah founder and general overseer of All Nations Church worldwide.
It’s a great milestone in the church five years in New Jersey.
Dr Frank Ofosu-Appiah general overseer of All Nations Church in his sermon said this sanctuary will never lose the presence of the people. It will be a place of glory and God will manifest his glory in this sanctuary. Referencing the Bible verse Ephesians 3:21 “Glory to him in the church and in Christ Jesus through all generations forever and ever! Amen.”
That it will be a house of hope for the hopeless. Sometimes people don’t need money but they need hope. They need to be encouraged that there will be a better tomorrow. It will be a house of healing for people who are broken emotionally, physically, mentally, financially, broken dreams, broken marriages and families. Pastor Joe Asmah, in an interview with The Christian Journal, said “it was by God’s grace that has made this day possible and he hope the House of restoration will bring a lot of restoration to the community and beyond”.