PIX: Reverend Ekow Eshun, General Overseer of SpiritLife Community with the wife during the launch of the new name at the church premises at Gyinyase
REVIVAL LIFE Outreach Ministries, a famous Charismatic Church in Ghana is now known as SpiritLife Community.
The change of name, the General Overseer, Reverend Ekow Eshun at a launch last Friday at Gyinyase said has been necessitated by the new vision of the church and the direction of the Holy Spirit.
He also announced the set up of Life Convention Ministries (LCM), an overaching Ministry to oversee all aspects of operations of various giftings in the church.
“Today i stand here to declare by the power and authority of Jesus Christ that we are now called SpiritLife Community and this is to ensure that we fully operate as a new testament church in all aspects of the ministry as we also set up Life Covention Ministries, a wing that would guide us to fully operate the five fold ministries and giftings Christ gave to the church”, Rev Eshun declared.
Reverend Eshun disclosed the set up of a new website of the church with the name www.spiritlifecommunity.org.
This site, he noted would be used to coordinate, update, inform and operate all aspects of the church’s programmes and activities.
The General Overseer also announced a ten year development plan for the church and said an endowment Fund with a seed money of One Million cedis would soon be launched.
The seed money, he revealed would be used to facilitate some of the projects earmarked from now till 2033 where the church intends to plant 100 churches across Ghana, empower its Harvest Bible Training School as well as the construction of a National Secretariat and the set up of Satellite and Internet Broadcasting outfits.
Earlier on in the day, Rev Carl Abode Spencer, guest speaker, exhorted the church to work to reflect the dicates and mission the new name connotes.
He tasked the leaders of the church to guide the congregation to use their God-given talents and gifting to influence positive behaviour and actions of the church and the society.
Reverend Kofi Baisey, Spiritual father of the General Overseer in dedicating the church to God asked that every operation of the church reflects its new name.
He prayed that the church grows to mirror Christ and his fullness to the Ghanaian society.
Present at the ceremony were heads of other churches and denominations.
Representing the Asantehene was the Anantahene, a famous lawyer and humanitarian.
Story By Michael Ofosu-Afriyie,