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Equipping those called to preach and teach

Equipping those called to preach and teach

Open our eyes, Lord, We want to see Jesus,

To reach out and touch Him, And say that we love Him.

Open our ears, Lord, And help us to listen,

Open our eyes, Lord,

We want to see Jesus.�

(Robert Cull , 1976)

This was the song the students sang as ISP 2016, which began on Sunday January 10th , came to a close on Friday January 22nd .� It had been almost two weeks of intense study and fellowship for the thirty-six students who participated.

Two things stood out for the students this year: the need to follow Jesus daily in Discipleship, and the need to see all Scripture in the light of the Person and Work of� Jesus.

Praise be to God for his abundant grace!

We were also encouraged� that the Lord blessed our local fundraising efforts. We were able to raise the full cost of the programme. He is Lord!

Pastor Julius Coomson speaking

Prayer Points

Please thank God for . . .

Clear and faithful teaching.

The understanding and conviction the students have had about the centrality of the Person and Work of Jesus in the Bible.

Faithful partners He has raised for this Ministry.

Other lectures:

 Ordering your Private world Rev. K. Owusu

 Pursuing Academic Excellence  Mr. Kennedy Bomfeh

 Preparing for the Job Market  Dr. Esi Ansah

 Cultivating the Skill of Public Speaking  Dr. Nana Akua Anyidoho

 The Art of Shepherding  Pastor Sammy Boateng

P.O.Box CT 5841 Cantonments  Accra. Ghana� ������ Phone (Office): +233 289 539 023

Website: www.reliteafrica.com� Email: reliteafrica07@gmail.com

Executive Council Chairman: Very Rev. Kofi Owusu.�� Director: Rev. F. Yaw Boamah

Inter-Semester Programme 2016 Report

The� initial challenge for some students was in seeing how their particular passage points to or finds its fulfilment in the Gospel. This was overcome with time for which we thank God.

Recreation, Relaxation & Fun

On Saturday we went to a beach on the Atlantic Ocean. The scenery, games and food provided a good opportunity for the students to unwind and get to� know each other better.

 

Please pray that . . .

The knowledge received will not cause the students to feel superior to others but rather used in serving others.

God will grant the students the heart and mind to always handle the Bible faithfully.

The students will be diligent in developing the skills they have acquired through constant practice.

 I have been restored and renewed. Repentance has come to my heart in many ways and I am going to walk in the Grace of all of it

Lectures

The focus of ISP was on Principles of Exposition on the NT Gospels. There were also Lectures on Discipleship: Being Christlike in a World of Comprises; The Devotional Life of a Disciple; and Being and Making Disciples: the 21st Century Christian.

We had the added joy of Pastor Julius Coomson handling the last topic right after his return from Wheaton College.

Gospel of Mark

The students took turns to give a ten-minute exposition on assigned passages from the Gospel of Mark.�

Students at the beach

A Student s testimony

Equipping those called to preach and teach

Open our eyes, Lord, We want to see Jesus,

To reach out and touch Him, And say that we love Him.

Open our ears, Lord, And help us to listen,

Open our eyes, Lord,

We want to see Jesus.�

(Robert Cull , 1976)

This was the song the students sang as ISP 2016, which began on Sunday January 10th , came to a close on Friday January 22nd .� It had been almost two weeks of intense study and fellowship for the thirty-six students who participated.

Two things stood out for the students this year: the need to follow Jesus daily in Discipleship, and the need to see all Scripture in the light of the Person and Work of� Jesus.

Praise be to God for his abundant grace!

We were also encouraged� that the Lord blessed our local fundraising efforts. We were able to raise the full cost of the programme. He is Lord!

Pastor Julius Coomson speaking

Prayer Points

Please thank God for . . .

Clear and faithful teaching.

The understanding and conviction the students have had about the centrality of the Person and Work of Jesus in the Bible.

Faithful partners He has raised for this Ministry.

Other lectures:

 Ordering your Private world Rev. K. Owusu

 Pursuing Academic Excellence  Mr. Kennedy Bomfeh

 Preparing for the Job Market  Dr. Esi Ansah

 Cultivating the Skill of Public Speaking  Dr. Nana Akua Anyidoho

 The Art of Shepherding  Pastor Sammy Boateng

P.O.Box CT 5841 Cantonments  Accra. Ghana� ������ Phone (Office): +233 289 539 023

Website: www.reliteafrica.com� Email: reliteafrica07@gmail.com

Executive Council Chairman: Very Rev. Kofi Owusu.�� Director: Rev. F. Yaw Boamah

Inter-Semester Programme 2016 Report

The� initial challenge for some students was in seeing how their particular passage points to or finds its fulfilment in the Gospel. This was overcome with time for which we thank God.

Recreation, Relaxation & Fun

On Saturday we went to a beach on the Atlantic Ocean. The scenery, games and food provided a good opportunity for the students to unwind and get to� know each other better.

 

Please pray that . . .

The knowledge received will not cause the students to feel superior to others but rather used in serving others.

God will grant the students the heart and mind to always handle the Bible faithfully.

The students will be diligent in developing the skills they have acquired through constant practice.

 I have been restored and renewed. Repentance has come to my heart in many ways and I am going to walk in the Grace of all of it

Lectures

The focus of ISP was on Principles of Exposition on the NT Gospels. There were also Lectures on Discipleship: Being Christlike in a World of Comprises; The Devotional Life of a Disciple; and Being and Making Disciples: the 21st Century Christian.

We had the added joy of Pastor Julius Coomson handling the last topic right after his return from Wheaton College.

Gospel of Mark

The students took turns to give a ten-minute exposition on assigned passages from the Gospel of Mark.�

Students at the beach

A Student s testimony