GNAAS to organise 35th annual congress

Accra, July 28, GNA
– The Ghana National Association of Adventist Students (GNAAS) is to organise
its 35th Annual Congress at the University of Ghana, Legon from Sunday, July 30
to Sunday, August 6.

The event, which
would be hosted at the Legon Central Cafeteria is on the theme: “DARE,” meaning
Divine Approach to Reach Everyone.

Mr Theophilus
Kwarteng Amaning, President of GNAAS told the Ghana News Agency in an interview
that the Congress was a platform to assemble students of the Seventh – Day
Adventist across the country to motivate, encourage, educate and address them
on some pertinent issues affecting them.

He said the
Association had invited 12 resource persons to spearhead the activities of the
congress, which include: A Ministry to a Movement of Student, Planning For The
Golden Year, Excellence and Education, Questions Young People Ask and
Employability Skills for the 21 Century.        

Mr Amaning says as a
religious association, GNAAS seeks to rise to the highest moral spiritual and
intellectual standards for the society and posterity to emulate.

He said the goals of
GNAAS goal was to proclaim the Gospel of Christ as a witness to unbelievers and
prepare them for the imminent return of the Lord Jesus Christ.   

He said the
Association shared values were humility, hard work, and commitment to the work
of the Lord Jesus Christ, which gave a sense of unity.      

Mr Amaning said the
congress would also promote health and welfare of members, increase evangelism
efforts and render beneficial services to the public. 

He entreated members
of the Adventist cycle to be part of the spirit-filled programme to boost their
spiritual well being.


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