‘Your faith in God is key to your success in life’ – Prophet Yaw Annor

Head pastor of the Holy Ghost Temple of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), Propbhet Christopher Yaw Annor has encouraged members of the UPSA Community keep their faith in God.

He stressed that having faith and the “God factor” in life was not only essential for spiritual growth but also a catalyst for life success.

Prophet Annor made the pronouncement at the 2024 University Day of Prayer, an annual non-denominational prayer service organised by the Chaplaincy Unit of UPSA.

This year’s event was held on Tuesday, March 12 at the Kofi Ohene-Konadu Auditorium.

“It’s great to always begin with God,” Prophet Annor said while commending the staff of UPSA for seeking the face of God at the beginning of each year.

“Whatever you do, do not leave the God factor,” he said. “He knows the future and knows the process so when you put your trust in Him, He will surely get you there.”

The renowned prophet advised the congregants to eschew behaviours and actions which do not please God but rather strive to live a holy life.

He said sins such as pride and lust are weapons satan uses to crash the faith of God’s people and distract them from their divine purpose on earth.

He therefore cautioned believers to be watchful and prayerful in order to escape the traps of the devil.

The Vice Chancellor of UPSA, Prof Abednego F. O. Amartey commended the man of God for his commitment to UPSA, stating that “UPSA is extremely glad to have you as our spiritual father.”

He expressed gratitude to Prophet Annor for making time to join members of the UPSA Community for its annual University Day of Prayer despite his busy schedules.

“I am excited that once again Prophet Yaw Annor has joined us to mark this very important day on the calendar of the University,” Prof. Okoe Amartey.

“It is also worthy to note that this is the eighth time he has availed himself to be the special guest speaker for our annual prayer service, a testament to his love for our students, faculty and staff.

The annual University Day of Prayer provides a platform for the leadership and members of the University Community to go before God in prayer and worship to seek His face and guidance for the academic year.

The event each year brings together members of the University community including UPSA Management members, faculty, staff and students.

The story this year was no different as the prayer service drew hundreds of worshippers from both within and outside the UPSA campus.

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