Kaneshie EPSU celebrates 11th anniversary

By Morkporkpor Anku (Accra, Ghana) Reverend Moses Faith Nyomi- Nyamedi, Resident Pastor of the Ghana’s Kaneshie Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC) has called on the youth to seize the opportunity to worship God and stop following material things.

He said the Christian youth have forgotten the main purpose of which they were created into the world, which was to win souls for Christ.

Rev. Nyomi-Nyamedi was speaking at the 11th anniversary celebration of Kaneshie Evangelical Presbyterian Student Union (EPSU) in Accra, Ghana.

The theme for the anniversary was: “Arise and rebuild the role of the youth in the EP Church”.

He said the youth in the 21st century have neglected the work of God, which include evangelism, loving one another and giving to those in need among other and pointed out that they should commit and re-      dedicate their lives in serving and glorification of God.

“Seek ye first the kingdom of God and all other things shall be added unto it”, Rev Nyomi-Nyamedi stressed.

He noted that in this era of cyber fraud in Ghana other wise known as “Sakawa” the Christian youth should hold on to their Christian values not to be tempted in involving themselves.

He commended the leadership of the Union for the growth and development of the Christian youth fellowship in the church.

Mr. Emmanuel Adu-Parku, President of Ghana’s Kaneshie- EPSU, said the Christian youth have to advance to enhance their spiritual and personal development that would make the church grow and develop.