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We are greatly obliged by many factors to offer the Almighty God our deepest gratitude for the year 2021. This is because it is, among other things, a period which ushers us into a new decade of fresh opportunities and unimaginable possibilities.  Beloved, we are forever grateful for God’s manifold and abundant blessings upon the church and us all. We in the Assemblies of God fellowship have placed our emphasis on the person and work of the Holy Spirit in the last decade, which was code-named ‘The Decade of Pentecost’. We shall continue with that mindset by highlighting the subject of divine visitation and outpouring in this new decade, which is codenamed: ‘The Decade of Revival.’ The theme for 2021 therefore is: Will You Not Revive Us Again? (Psalm 85:6).

The General Superintendent, Rev. Prof. Frimpong-Manso has affirmed that “the church must accept the reality that we need a revival”. The General Superintendent made this call as part of his routine visit to Churches this year at Nsawam Central Assemblies of God to climax the annual 14 days fasting and prayers on Sunday 7 February 2021. He was accompanied by the First Lady of Assemblies of God Ghana, Rev. Mrs. Gladys Frimpong-Manso.

The General Superintendent has urge Christians to be discipline since it is a core ingredient in life, especially among Pastors. He made this call during the 6th Regional Council Meeting of Central ‘A’ region at Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, South Campus-Kormantse. This event is an annual programme where pastors in the region meet to deliberate on issues and also strengthen their spiritual life. This was held between 1st and 5th February 2021.

In a sermon with the theme “Whom the Lord Strengthen” and scripture reference from Ezekiel 22: 17-31, Prof. Paul Yaw Frimpong-Manso encouraged Christians to uphold the virtue of discipline and comply

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