MATERIALISM: THE ORDER OF THE DAY
To walk with God means you'll have to forgo the pleasures and the treasures of this world.Read more
To walk with God means you'll have to forgo the pleasures and the treasures of this world.Read more
The journey of Salvation does not terminate right after confessing with thy mouths that Jesus is LORD and believing in thy hearts that God raised Jesus from death, it goes beyond these.Read more
“WHAT VALUE DO YOU GIVE TO YOUR SOUL?” Prophet Edwin Dzor inquired. It was P-SICE 2020 seed sowing last Sunday.Read more
Proverbs 14:31 says ‘… kindness shown to the poor is an act of worship’, and Reverend Chris Baah Nartey has taught members of the National Union Of Presbyterian Students and all who were present at the auditorium 900 on day one of a 3 days annual revival program organized by the National Union Of Presbyterian Students’ –Ghana (NUPS-G) UCC local, that celebrating our Lord Jesus Christ is an act of worship. Rev. Baah Nartey, a resident pastor of the Presbyterian church of Ghana at the bethel congregation in Kpong in the Lower Manya District of the Eastern region was speaking on the theme ‘celebrating Christ with a new song’ psalm 40:3. The guest speaker sought to ignite the attitude of worship into the congregants by encouraging everyone to come and celebrate the Lord regales of their worries because having the attitude of thanks giving opens the door of opportunities for you, and the presence of God makes the difference in a person’s life.
The staunch Presbyterian minister in pushing further on worship said there are two dimensions of worship which are celebration and proclamation of which he touched mostly on the latter with a promise to talk about celebrations some other time.
“Worship has two dimensions, one is celebration and the other is proclamation. I will talk about proclamation today and we will talk about celebrations some other time.” According to the revered man of God, proclamation as a dimension of worship has two forms; a vertical proclamation which is celebrating the goodness of God, and the horizontal proclamation which involves the believer telling others about Christ. The word ministration which lasted for about 50 minutes included some testimonies of worshiping the lord by the guest speaker in his daily religious activities. In his concluding text taking from Revelation 5:8-13, he pointed out that prayer and worship are the two waves of evangelism.
Baselfest is a 3 days annual revival program held every third week in October by the National Union of Presbyterian Students’- Ghana. This is the 20th year of celebrations under the theme ‘celebrating Christ with a new song’, psalm 40:3. The theme was adopted by the Baselfest @20 committee to express their gratitude for the Lord's goodness for the past 20 years.
Indeed, this years' Dinner and Awards night was worth the hype and sacrifice.Read more
My name is Monica Koki. I am a level 300 psychology student and 23 years of age.I hail the north precisely Lugni.I am the fifth of eight children and the fourth girl.Tema community two is where I recide.
I started going to church because I loved the way the Christians I knew dressed. But the whole story changed on a Friday evening when I decided to be baptized. The Holy Spirit visited me and I still remember that Soughing voice telling me He loved me. My life never remained the same after that.Read more
"..for it is God who works in you to will and to act according to His good purpose. Do everything without complaining or arguing, so that you may become blameless and pure, children of God without fault in a crooked and depraved generation, in which you shine like stars in the universe.."
Phil. 2:13-14Read more
It was all joy and merrymaking on campus last week, as the Immediate Past President of the Singing Band wing, NUPSG UCC, Mr Bright Nana Baffoe, proved once again that hardwork, commitment and dedication to God are key to one's success in the university of choice.Read more
A news story on Socialization 2018.Read more
Historical Feasts or Festivals recorded
Lev 23:4-8; 15-25; 23-25; 26-32;
(1) ...was a festival celebrated by the JewsRead more
Pre-Vals 2018 was waow. The speaker, Dr. Isaac Newman Arthur, a medica doctor at Premiun Clinic, Cape Coast, talked about various issues in romantic relationship. courtship and marraige.
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The NUPS-G UCC Coordinating Branch Head has organized its annual election of the next batch of executives for the 2018/19 spiritual year.
The nominees were presented to the union at a General Meeting held last Sunday.Read more
JOKE: IF TERTIARY STUDENTS WROTE THE BIBLE….
Instead of God creating the world in six days and resting on the seventh, He would have put it off until the night before it was due and then pulled an all-nighter.
The Last Supper would have been eaten the next morning -- cold.
The Ten Commandments would actually be only five --- double-spaced and written in a large font.
New edition would be published every two years in order to limit re-selling.
Forbidden fruit would have been eaten because it wasn't cafeteria food. Paul's letter to the Romans would become Paul's email to email@example.com.
Reason Cain killed Abel: They were roommates.
Reason why Moses and followers walked in the desert for 40 years: they didn't want to ask directions and look like freshmenRead more
The 7th Biennial Congress of the union was launched yesterday at NUPS-G UCC Coordinating Branch Head, during the union’s forenoon service.
The launch was led by the Head of Publicity for the Congress 2018 Central Planning Committee, Mr. Bismark Akoto, who was assisted by the UCC Schools’ Coordinator, Lawrence Amakwanor, the Branch President, Emmanuel Mbeah and some members of the UCC Congress 2018 sub-committee members.Read more
The Minister-in-charge of the Calvary Congregation, Ashaiman, Rev. Gideon Puplampo has charged the youth of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana to develop themselves fully for leadership.Read more
The General Secretary of the Christian Council of Ghana, Rev. Dr. Kwabena Opuni Frimpong, has entreated Presbyterian youth to be Christians in the Presbyterian Church of Ghana.
The administrative head of the Christian Council was giving a talk on the theme, “Presbyterian Identity (History, Doctrines, Core Values) at the 6th PREYSA ongoing at KNUST, when he said this.Read more
The Ashanti Regional Minister, Hon. Simon Osei-Mensah, has charged Christian youth to influence their generation positively by living out daily the doctrines they are taught in the church.
The Honorable Minister made this call in an address he made during the official opening of the 6th Presbyterian Youth and Students Assembly (PREYSA 2017), organized by the Committee on Youth Ministry of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana at KNUST.Read more
The President of the Presbyterian University College of Ghana, Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Addow Obeng has charged the youth of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana to create a productive ambiance around them for it is in so doing that they can influence their generation significantly.Read more
The creation of a proposed Central West Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana has been launched at the St. Paul Congregation, Cape Coast, which doubles as the head congregation of the Cape Coast District.Read more
The Western Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana launched the 6th Quinquennial PREYSA 2017 program, this morning at a service organised at the Ebenezer Presby Church, Pedu which is the head station of the Pedu District.Read more
The NUPS-UCC has faced a major challenge with its transportation system, especially when it comes to transporting members from the various halls of residence to the Basel Chapel which is outside campus.
- The challenge has led to a sharp drop in membership.
- The 2016/17 batch of executives had to sell the union’s 207 Benz minibus, given the frequent breakdowns it develops, which consequently drains the union’s coffers.
- The union’s big blue bus has also developed major faults beyond repairs and the union is only left with the option of selling it off (though this is not done yet).
- The 2016/17 batch of executives then mobilised members to raise funds to buy a new bus. for the union. The bus touched down on campus on 9th April, 2017 and was officially dedicated yesterday, 23rd April, 2017, by Rev. Prof. Seth Asare Danso.Read more
“And He (Jesus) commanded us to preach to the people and to testify that He is the one appointed by God, to Judge the living and the dead (Acts 10:42)”. This appears to be the scripture that motivated some young evangelists of the National Union of Presbyterian Students - Ghana (NUPS-G), UCC Local as they embarked on an outreach program at the Kwegyir Aggrey Senior High School last Saturday (April 1, 2017).Read more
In our shots is the winner, Eliza Gyebi, receing her prize from the union's president, Emmanuel MbeaRead more
It was all joyous at the Basel Auditorium Tuesday evening as members of the union were treated to a battle of ideas in a debate competition organised during the union’s Mid Week service.
The debate competition, the first of its kind, adopted a British Parliamentary Debating System and the motion set before the House was “All that happeneth to man, whether good or bad, cometh from the Lord.” The ladies argued for the motion while the gents argued against the motion.Read more
A former patron of NUPS-G UCC and a professor of New Testament, Rev. Prof. Eric Bortey, Anum has observed that millions of people are operating with a closed Bible similar to the initial period of the reception of the Bible during colonial times. He said people consider the Bible to be very powerful for prophecies, healing, deliverance and all manner of spiritual activities.Read more
This piece suggests things we, as students, have to take note of as we write this semester examinations.Read more
Hello there! In the wake of the celebration of the union (NUPS-G Day) in almost all branches of the union, I deem it necessary to share with us the NUPS-G anthem, with a view to unravelling the deeper meanings the lyrics used in the anthem seem to convey. Enjoy reading!Read more
Do you know what goes into the Presbyterian liturgy during worship? Do you understand the rationale behind each section of the liturgy? Why is the Presbyterian church order of service so static or formulaic? Does the Holy Spirit move in such a liturgy? Why do we engage in a stand-sit-stand-sit kind of exrcise during church service?
These questions and more are what comes to mind when we talk of the Presbyterian order of service. In this article, i share with us what the Presbyterian liturgy entails and why we as presbyterian youth must familiarise ourselve with this liturgy so that we can fit into the Presbyterian Church of Ghana. Now, read on....Read more
Love is the parks and garden of life where true success, joy, peace and wealth are nursed. We must therefore work out every day to search every nook and cranny to stay in true love. Love is like the mark of a pencil, no matter how well it’s erased, it will leave a mark.Read more