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Five Things the Prophet Invites All Youth to Do Now.
A Call for Optimism and Overcoming Prejudice.
We invite all Latter-day Saints to celebrate this miracle of growth and to invite their friends and neighbors to join with us.
President Ewudzie, 2nd Counselor in the Stake Presidency shared a gospel message on “Repentance, A Key to Spiritual Growth”
“We were enlightened as we discussed the importance of the Temple, Eternal families, Marrying in the Covenant, and the eternal perspective view of things and much more”.
Church members give service to local communities.
Service Brings Joy to Ghana Young Adults
Students from five Universities gathered for Annual LDSSA Summit.
Nineteen university students attended and started the evening with a fun get-to-know-you activity.
Sunday School Special Broadcast with brother Brian K. Ashton of the Sunday School General Presidency
Bishop and Youth Devotional with president Stephen w. Owen.
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf of the First Presidency and his wife, Sister Harriet Uchtdorf, will speak at a worldwide devotional for young adults on Sunday, January 14, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. mountain standard time.
Members are invited to participate in a live message from President Russell M. Nelson on Tuesday, January 16, 2018.
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It was fun to see how the brothers exhibited their cooking skills.
Koforidua Stake Relief Society hosted its very successful annual Food Bazaar.
“Be Strong and Courageous in Christ”
President Vinson joins members in Cote d'Ivoire in the opening ceremony of the 2-month celebration to commemorate the formation of their first stake
The Church created its first branch in the African country of Guinea , according to
Elder Dale G. Renlund of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and his wife Ruth Lybbert Renlund will address youth in Africa during a live Face to Face event on Saturday, August 5, 2017.
A choir made up of Pathway students from Ghana provided a special musical number at the Brigham Young University-Idaho Devotional on Tuesday, April 25, in the BYU-Idaho Center.
An overflowing congregation welcomed and sustained the creation of the new Teshie Ghana Stake.
“We came this far through courage, faith, resilience and prayer, I knew we would win because we were honest and united as a team.”
Elder Steven E. Snow, with his wife Phyllis Snow, and Reid L. Neilson, assistant church historian, visited the Africa West Area on Oct 7, 2016.
The combined efforts of many have made a significant difference in the fight against this terrible disease.
Francis Kazeh-Anfo returns to Ghana to lead the Temporal Affairs department.
Their joy in the music was contagious to all in attendance!
The family should become a societal protective organization and  when the family functions the way God has planned society will be protected.
“I testify to you that Relief Society was organized by inspiration and is a vital part of the Lord’s Church here upon the earth. It would be impossible to calculate all the good which has come from this organization and all the lives which have been blessed because of it.” President Thomas S. Monson
“From the small district that was formed less than four years ago, there are now eight wards and four branches in the newly formed Lomé Togo Stake.  This historic event took place because of significant and rapid growth'. 
“The Church is vibrant and growing in Africa,” said Elder David A. Bednar of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostle during his recent visit to the Africa Southeast Area.
BYU-Idaho Collegiate singers tour Ghana. Thousands of members and non-members alike enjoy their performance.