Religion of Wednesday, 28 May 2014
Ghana is to host the leadership enrichment summit dubbed: “Leadership in Worship,” on May 30, at the Accra International Conference Centre, to provide spiritual and moral support for political, corporate and religious executives.
“Leadership will always be a critical part of the engine of growth and stability of our homes, churches and institutions, nation and society at large, hence the critical need to provide spiritual and moral support for leadership at all levels of society.
“People in leadership in the business, corporate, secular, traditional, political, government, church and social setting, want to enrich their personal and professional lives in the context of Christian worship,” Bishop Eric Oduro Kwapong, CEO of Eric Kwapong Ministries, told the Ghana News Agency in an interview in Accra.
The Leadership in Worship summit being organized by the Eric Kwapong Ministries will attract gospel giants, including Nii Okai, arguably one of Ghana’s most versatile composers with the hit song “Moko Be,” Ify Eborta, Uncle Ato and host of other seasoned gospel singers.
With over 37 years of Ministry between Ghana and the USA, Bishop Eric Kwapong - President of EKM (Eric Kwapong Ministries), is known for the special grace God has placed over his life, to use him as a vessel to teach True Worship 'in spirit and in truth to the body of Christ.
He is the author of 'True Worship Experience, ' which brings illumination of how to enter the Presence of God.
EKM is a para-church ministry organization and specialist training service arm which exists to meet the ministry, worship and music training needs of churches and church based groups; as well as provide leadership, capacity-building and development for people-based groups and institutions.
Its mission is first, to restore and perpetuate the true meaning of Christian worship that comes from the illumination of God's word.