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Church Of The Lord-Brotherhood Celebrates 50 Years Of Faith And Service

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The Church of the Lord-Brotherhood in Akyem Oda recently marked a significant milestone when it celebrated its 50th anniversary amidst a joyous gathering of members and guests from across the nation.

The commemorative event, held at the church’s District Headquarters at Akyem Oda (Brotherhood Temple) in the Eastern Region, was a vibrant affair filled with cultural dances, a variety of delicious cuisine, refreshing beverages, and spirit-lifting messages from esteemed church leaders.

The guests included the Kontihene of Akyem Kotoku Traditional Area, Obrempon Gyamfi Safro Kyere II, the Member of Parliament and the Deputy Minister of Health, Hon. Alexander Akwasi Acquah, the Municipal Chief Executive for Birim Central Assembly, and key members from the Church of the Lord-Brotherhood at the National.




The event’s focal point was an awards ceremony that honoured pivotal members, who also served as elders, for their dedication and positive contributions to the church’s advancement.

The individuals were presented with plaques in recognition of their steadfast commitment.

The celebration provided an opportunity for reflection on the church’s remarkable journey over the past three decades while also envisioning the future.





Entertainment was provided by the church choir and Minister Nhyiraba Prince, who captivated guests with vibrant cultural dances.







An inspirational sermon that paid tribute to past church members was delivered by the Akyem Oda District Head of the Church of the Lord-Brotherhood, Rev. Father Eric Mante.

The Akyem Oda District Head of the Church of the Lord-Brotherhood, Rev. Father Eric Mante


He underscored the significance of faith, love, and service, urging all present to continue to embody those virtues and spread the message of God’s love.
He also cautioned the youth in the country not to allow themselves to be used to foment trouble during the December elections.

He said that he prays “the youth will be smart enough to say no to violence.”

He also advised the youth not to put the country in an uncomfortable situation of chaos by allowing politicians to buy their consciences only to destroy their future.

Rev. Father Eric Mante pointed out that Ghana is the only place for Ghanaians, and there is a need for every citizen, especially the youth, to work to always protect the state.


In his remarks, the Deputy Minister of Health and Member of Parliament for the Akim Oda constituency, Mr. Alexander Akwasi Acquah, urged faith-based organizations and religious groups across the country to pray steadfastly and prioritize peace messages in their sermons ahead of the 2024 general elections in the country.


The Deputy Minister of Health and Member of Parliament for the Akim Oda constituency, Mr. Alexander Akwasi Acquah



He noted that previous election records indicated that the nation’s religious organizations’ prayers for a peaceful election had a favourable effect on the outcome, and he urged them to continue offering these crucial prayers.

According to Mr. Akwasi Acquah, it was the collective responsibility of Christians and other religious organizations to actively take part in peacebuilding campaigns to help sustain the peace and stability of the nation.

Thus, he took advantage of the occasion to share with the congregations the message of Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) 2024 flagbearer.

He stated that the church ought to pray for Dr. Bawumia to be the next president of Ghana because he has a track record of accomplishments and a vision to transform the country.

He indicated that the vision of Dr. Bawumia that has made life comfortable for Ghanaians would be brought to bear under his presidency to transform Ghana.

In order to advocate for additional development initiatives for his constituents, he further stated that it is imperative that his government continue to hold power.


Church of the Lord-Brotherhood

Mr. Emmanuel Koranteng, the General Warden and Church Administrator, expressed concern about the label “Illuminati Church” that some people have tagged on the Church of the Lord-Brotherhood.


Mr. Emmanuel Koranteng, the General Warden and Church Administrator


He emphasized that the church is not illuminated or acoustically-based since they share the same beliefs and use the same liturgy as other churches, including Pentecostal, Methodist, Anglican, Roman Catholic, and so forth.

The golden jubilee celebration was under the theme “Celebrating 50 Years of African Christianity: Appreciating Our Heroes and Repositioning the Church Towards National Growth and Development.”.


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