Keta-Akatsi, 10 November, 2020 / 4:47 pm (ACI Africa).
The Catholic Bishops in Ghana have underscored the need for the Word of God to influence “every aspect” of the people of God in the West African nation in view of becoming “the star of Africa and a beacon of hope.”
Speaking during the opening of the Plenary Assembly of the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference (GCBC) Monday, November 9, Archbishop Philip Naameh who is at the helm of the Conference said that the Word of God is the only source of hope amid life’s challenges.
“As a nation, the word of God should therefore permeate every aspect of our lives, every sector and this must be true in its very sense. We shall harvest the blessings of God in a more profound way if we walk the path of God’s word and bear fruits by our lifestyles,” GCBC President said November 9 when he officially opened the ongoing Plenary in Ghana’s Keta-Akatsi Diocese.
The 10-day Plenary Assembly of GCBC members is taking place under the theme, “The Word of God: Christian Formation for Transformation in Ghana.”