Apostle Paul Yaw Kyeremeh being welcomed
18 August 2019

On Sunday 11th August, 2019, Apostle Paul Yaw Kyeremeh conducted a joint divine service with five congregations in the Techiman Apostle Area at the Techiman Central church, in the Bono-East Region of Ghana.

The text word for the service was taken from Jeremiah 33:3, ‘Call to Me, and I will answer you, and show you great and [a]mighty things, which you do not know.’ Apostle addressed and welcomed the congregations to Techiman Central Church.

Apostle began his sermon and said, “My beloved brethren in Christ, this morning the text word is telling us to call upon Christ always. How many times do we call upon Christ in our lives? What do we do when our family and friends abroad tell us to call them? Even if we do not have credit on our phones, we try as much as possible to call them, so why can’t we call on God always? God has asked us to call him free of charge for solutions to our problems but we rather rely on so-called unscrupulous men of God, for solutions to our problems which come with a cost. Sometimes it seems like we have trust in men than in God.”

In ending the service, the Apostle added that God has the answers to our job and marital problems, barrenness, sickness and everything being done on earth if we have trust and faith in God. God through His word said He will reveal hidden things which are not known to us. Let us therefore restructure our lives and do what God wants us to do and we shall experience the glory of God in our lives.

As part of the service, Apostle Paul Kyeremeh ordained brothers Owusu Samuel, Addo Stephen and Paul Bababonopou as Priests, as well as brother Bright Mensah as Deacon.

The divine service was assisted by District Rector Amponsah Emmanuel, District Evangelist Amponsah Richmond, Shepherds Adjei Philemon and Saint Yeboah (New town Congregation), Community Evangelist Stephen (Diasempa Congregation) as well as Priests Daniel Jabisi (Techiman Central Rector), Ernest Yeboah (Traa Congregation), Noah Abrefa (New Town congregation),