It is said that the lack of adequate knowledge on healthy living can lead to the outbreak of diseases, sickness and avoidable deaths.The Bible gives the consequences for not seeking knowledge when it said in Hosea 4:6 “my people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.”
This indicates that it is not the will of God for us to die young however it is literacy that causes the young to die before their time.This implies that, it is education or the acquisition of knowledge about healthy living that will enlighten us about our health status and invariably lead to wellbeing, progress, development and wealth.
The atmosphere at the Royalhouse Chapel International, Ahenfie, was nothing short of the expectations of Christians who fellowshipped during the Easter celebration themed “Life in the Blood”.The man of God, Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah, took worshippers through the theological enlightenment of the meaning of the death of Christ during the Good Friday morning service.He explained that the will of God for born again Christians was for them to die no more once they accepted Jesus as their Lord and Saviour.
The celebration of beauty, wisdom and intellect was brought to its climax when ten young ladies demonstrated their talents and wits at the 2013 Queen Esther Wisdom and Intellectual parade popularly known as Miss Ahenfie.After weeks of assiduous rehearsals and grooming sessions, the ten contestants exhibited impeccable skillfulness and flair which trilled fans, family and friends who had thronged the Ahenfie auditorium to show their support.
Week of the altar is a period of fasting in the calendar of Royalhouse Chapel International at the beginning every New Year where the Apostle General gathers all congregants before the altar of the Lord to seek the face of the Lord through fasting and prayer. Over the years, it has proven to be a moment of heavenly intervention through the year and a moment of stirring where the atmosphere is prepared ahead of time to usher the church and participants of the week of the altar.
The Christian Leadership College (CLC) founded by the Apostle General, Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah, to equip men and women in the word of God and for ministerial roles has successfully held its seventh matriculation and graduation ceremony.
A total of one hundred and ten students from the Accra, Kumasi, Somanya, Cape Coast/Takoradi, Ho, and Eastern campuses of the college converged at the headquarters of the Royalhouse Chapel International last Sunday to partake in the colourful ceremony that brought together academicians and ministerial dignitaries.
Caranza Naa Okailey Shooter, winner of the 2012 Miss Ghana beauty pageant and member of Royalhouse Students and Associates (ROSA), a campus fellowship of the church, was given a rousing welcome when she joined other royals at a church service last week to thank God for making her victorious in the pageant.
President John Dramani Mahama, last Sunday joined thousands of believers at the Royalhouse Chapel International, Ahenfie, to partake in the ‘Convention of Saints’ communion and impartation service.Mr. Mahama together with his wife, Mrs. Lordina Mahama and top government officials including the chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Dr. Kwabena Adjei and the Minister of Environment Science and Technology, Ms. Sherry Ayitey attended the service.
The children’s department of Royalhouse Chapel International, known as the King Service Ministry, has held its children’s day celebration with a call on Ghanaians to unite for peace. Preceding the event, a one day retreat was organized for the children where they learnt the art of worship and praise to God.
The Global Leadership Training Organisation has celebrated the leadership achievement of Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah, with the conferment of the Global Award for Apostolic and Pastoral Excellence on him.Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah received the award for his exceptional display of selfless service to humanity during the opening ceremony of the “7th More Than Conquerors Conference”, in Accra.
Indeed ‘No More Limitations’ were the words on the lips of participants after the Movers and Shakers conference, held at the Central Cafeteria of the University of Ghana, Legon, by the young adults ministry of Royal House Chapel International.Coming from the length and breadth of Ghana, young, vibrant and intelligent youth, gathered for three days to hear words of wisdom from seasoned servants of the Most High God.
Rev. Mrs. Rita Korankye Ankrah, affectionately called Mama Rita, has done it again.The president of the Royal Ladies Ministry of Royalhouse Chapel International once again gathered women from the length and breadth of the country at the Central Cafeteria of the University of Ghana to hear words of empowerment.