Religion of 2014-08-05

North Kaneshie Assembly of CACI dedicated

Apostle Dr Stephen Kwame Amoani, Chairman of the Christ Apostolic Church International (CACI) has entreated Ghanaians to recommit their lives to God by placing him at the centre of all their undertakings.

“The country will meet the targets in our developmental efforts and enjoy all development we are looking for as a nation, if we place God in all national affairs”, Apostle Amoani said.

“The Lord should therefore be at the centre of all national plans and we need to invite him not only at the individual level but also at the national level”. Apostle Amoani said this when he dedicated a GHC1, 360,800 ultra-modern church complex of the North Kaneshie Central branch of the CACI in Accra.

The construction of the two storey building, which has a sitting capacity of about 1,000, started eight years ago. It has a church auditorium, children fellowship centre, a conference hall, a recording studio, and offices for the Reverend Minister, the elders and deacons of the church.

Preaching on the theme: “Finding a place for the Lord,” Apostle Dr Amoani told Christians not to allow themselves to be stricken by social upheavals, but rather, put the Lord in the centre of everything they do in order to attract his blessings.

He further admonished Christians to use the occasion to dedicate their hearts to God to attain his blessings. According to him, finding a place for God meant that they should make Jesus Christ the centre of their lives and give him more room to operate, adding that, people who surrendered to God, have had their lives blessed.

The branch was started in March 1984, as a prayer group for the World Soul Winning and Evangelism Ministry (WOSEM), an Evangelistic Ministry of the CACI, with a membership of seven. The church now has 724 members. Certificates were presented to founding members while each of the former pastors received a citation.