Be blessed by these sermons. Accra Community Church (ACC) is a non-denominational, multicultural, egalitarian community of followers of Jesus Christ. We are passionate about Jesus Christ and want Him to be known through our lifestyle.
Our mission is to disciple and empower our community to pursue a deep personal relationship with our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ by the power of the Holy Spirit, so that as individuals and families, Christ may shine through us in our homes, in church and in the market place; believing that by our godly example and testimony, many more may come to Christ.
Discontentment is a thief. Quite often, it comes subtly, pretending to be drive or ambition but what it really is, is envy. In this sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah teaches why Contentment is a superpower and encourages us to develop it.
Most of the world's most amazing dreams are either orphaned or abandoned and they're roaming looking for some brave soul or someone foolish enough to believe and adopt them. What great dreams have you abandoned, and what's your excuse? In this sermon, Brother Eugene Ocansey makes a strong case for why you should make your talents, abilities, and resources count. Be blessed.
The widow had gone to Elisha at a very critical time in her life. She'd already lost her husband and was about to lose her two sons. Elisha helped her see that the solution she was looking for out there, was already in her house. We hope that this short sermon encourages you to courageously explore and develop the talents God has given you.
In this last Sunday sermon for 2020, Nana Kofi Acquah encourages us to be grateful for how 2020 has gone. He reminds us that no matter how 2020 went, the fact that we are still here is more than enough reason to praise Him. We hope this sermon blesses you.
In this short sermon, Brother Eugene Ocansey encourages us to follow the example of our loving heavenly Father, the God who doesn't get tired of giving. He asserts that it is when we generously give our time , love and resource especially to those who can't give back to us, that we become most like Christ. We hope this sermon blesses you.
In this sermon, Brother Kudzo helps us relook at the Christmas story and draws our attention to God's amazing humility- becoming flesh, being born in a manger, dwelling among us, and dying a disgraceful death on the cross for our sake; and encourages to walk in the same virtue, for which Christ was known.
The Christmas story is a phenomenal one and the pivot of our faith. In this sermon series, we glean amazing insights and life lessons from the Christmas story. In this sermon, Brother Matthew Simons teaches us to open our homes and hearts to Christ as the inn-keeper did, especially when we encounter some of society's most vulnerable because our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ was once a refugee in Egypt.
Patience is to have a big heart; to have the capacity to make excuses for other’s faults, as we make for our own. But even more importantly, patience is one the surest ways of measuring the depth and quality of our love. Listen to the sermon for more insight on why we all need to develop this virtue and how the Holy Spirit can help us. Sermon preached by Brother Kudzo Seneadza.
In this short sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah draws our attention to the fact that no one can draw water from an empty well. As Christian, we cannot properly and effectively love God and neighbour, until we learn to love self.
With too many people growing up in dysfunctional families, the scriptural command to honour our parents can be harder to obey than it appears. In this sermon, Brother Eugene Ocansey teaches us how to truly honour our parents without dishonouring ourselves or our spouses.
Why are so many marriages struggling, even in the body of Christ? In this short sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah gleans from the story of Rahab and Salmon, to give us practical keys to building successful Christian marriages and relationships. We hope this sermon blesses you.
Contrary to what appears to be an accepted norm nowadays in Christendom, God didn't call us, save us, and equip us to just go through life passively. His call to Love Him and our neighbour, is a call to passionate living. If this sermon blesses you, share it with a friend.
Love can simply be defined as Patience and Kindness, and those two virtues are amazing yardsticks by which we can measure our love. It is impossible to become anything like God, if we cannot walk in love. God is love, and He expects us, His children, to walk in His love.
Have you ever had to deal with someone who has a lot of power or authority but is very deficient in love? Did you feel safe? Did they put your life at risk? Would you like to work or live with such a person again? In this sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah introduces us to the first element or characteristic of the fruit of the Holy Spirit- LOVE. We hope this sermon blesses you.
In this sermon, Brother Jonas Ayeri draws our attention to who we have become in Christ, and why the old barriers, cultures, and systems that separated Jews from Greeks, slaves from free, and male from female are now broken down. We hope this sermon blesses you.
When the Holy Spirit descended on the early church on the day of Pentecost, He came with gifts and many benefits. Through the lens of Ephesians 3, Rev. Dr. Kofi Amissah draws our attention to all the benefits we have in Christ and encourages us to pursue these blessings in Him.
In times of crisis, where do we run to? Some of the considered the safest on earth, are today battling Covid-19. In Paul's letter to the church in Ephesus, we learn that the Grace of God that comes to us through Christ is also the safest place we can hide. Sermon preached by Rev. Jeff Korum.
Sometimes, what we consider our everyday reality and even sense of self and identity can feel very faraway from what and who the Bible says we are. In this sermon, our Brother Kudzo Seneadza, encourages us to pursue the truth of our new identity in Christ, until it becomes our tangible, everyday reality. We hope it encourages you.
If anyone is going to find out who they truly are, and what they’re here for, they’ll have to ask God. In this sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah introduces us to the powerful truths in the opening verses of Ephesians, and encourages us to explore and embrace who God says we truly are. We hope this sermon blesses you.
Every Christian, not just the evangelist, is called to bear witness of Christ. Why are so many failing at it? In this short sermon, Brother Pakwo Shum shows us how to get equipped for effective witness, focusing on the fruit of the Spirit. May the Lord bless, equip and use to reach the lost, as you listen to this sermon.
In this sermon, Brother Mensah Seneadza, point us to the courage and humility with which Christ faced His imminent death, as proof that He truly is the promised Saviour and King. And when we get to understand the enormity of His sacrifice and the depth of His love, it becomes easier to fulfil our God-given assignments and purposes here on earth.
Giving or Generosity is probably one of the most abused topics in Church but the Bible clearly speaks for itself, and offers the Christian guidance on the proper way to be generous. In this short sermon, preached over Zoom, Pastor Jeff Korum shares some insights with us. We hope it blesses you.
God, our Daddy, is responsible for His children's welfare. So why do we worry when difficult times come? Why do we, like the disciples, sometimes question if God even cares about us? In this short sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah points us to how we can walk in assurance, even in difficult times. May God bless you.
When King Saul was questioned for sparing Agag, he blamed his soldiers. He blamed other people. Too many Christians abandon their god-given assignment because of other people. In this short sermon, Nana Kofi encourages us to see that the biblical call to obedience, is about obeying God out of love, and not just out of duty, and to allow others to distract us, is to fail The One who loves us the most.
In this sermon, Brother Eugene Ocansey delves into three sure sources of godly wisdom and shows us how the Christian's life can be positively impacted in this life and eternity if we tap into these sources. Listen, and be blessed.
What does the Bible mean by in "All your getting, get Wisdom", and how does one even get Wisdom? In this sermon, Matthew Simons takes us to the scriptural source of Wisdom and Understanding. We hope it blesses you.
Common Sense and Discernment are critical to life and living effectively. In this short sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah teaches on practical ways the Christian can walk in these two attributes of divine wisdom. We hope this sermon blesses you.
"Jesus came to earth to serve, and He didn't get paid for it". In this short sermon Pastor Brian McIntyre challenges the church to rise up and serve. We serve not because God needs us, but because He wants us. We hope this sermon blesses you.
Someone once said: "The world is huge but if you don't figure out how to live effectively, you may not fit in. In this series we glean wisdom keys from the prayer and life of Moses, to enable us live effectively. We hope this sermon blesses you.
Why did God make a covenant of circumcision with Abraham and what can we learn from it? In this sermon, Brother Matthew Simons, makes a case for why we must learn to design contracts, and how much easier it makes it, when relationships turn sour and promises are broken. This is part of our Effective Living series. We hope this sermon blesses you.
"A favor earned is not favor". Jesus Christ is God's special present for us all who will believe and accept Him. We don't have to work our way to our Father. In fact, we can't. In this sermon, Brother Mensah Seneadza makes us realize why it is crucial for us to relook at the gift that Christ is.
Many people, including some Christians, wallow in a life of sin because they have not fully understood the terms of their adoption, and all the privileges that come with being born again into the family of God through Jesus Christ. In this sermon, Matthew Simons takes us to the fundamentals of salvation and challenges us to become who Christ saved us to be. We hope this sermon blesses you
This Christmas season is the perfect time to relook at the gift that Christ is. Many people are distracted from the truth of the gospel because of terrible experiences they've had with Christians or read about Church history but in this short sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah challenges us to focus on Christ and what He offers so that we can get to fully experience Him for who He is.
Barnabas is not his real name but his life was so encouraging that the apostles nicknamed him "Son of Encouragement". Barnabas' life teaches us how to properly encourage others. May this short sermon bless you.
Broken-hearted over John the Baptist's execution, Jesus sought solitude but compassion for the thronging crowd that followed Him, compelled Him to reach out to heal and bless them, at a time when He needed healing Himself. Jesus lived a life of compassion, and in this short sermon- Brother Mensah Seneadza challenges the church to become like Christ in how we show compassion.
In life, it is easy for people to see the glory and not ask for the story. Here is a story of an exceptional entrepreneur, mother and grandmother. In spite of all the curve balls life has thrown at her, Mimi still lifts her head high, confident in God's grace. We hope this episode encourages you.
Contrary to popular belief, the number one cause of divorce is money, not sex. Delivered in very practical, down to earth steps, learn how to best manage your finances in a way that builds trust, respect and security in your relationship, whilst securing your financial future. This episode can save your life and marriage. Listen.
Love is the pivot of community and what truly set the early church apart. In this sermon, Edwin Gbekor encourages us to focus on love and rise above lust. Love is multi-dimensional but God must always be the source and reason. We hope this short sermon blesses you.
Doing business in Ghana can be hard. Doing business as a Christian can be even harder. In this episode, one man shares his story about how the trials and tribulations have drawn him closer to God, and how God has become his ultimate president. We hope this episode blesses you, and if it does, please share with others.
By taking us to the communion, Brother Matthew Simons, in this short sermon, encourages us to see the power in recognizing each other, as a community that follows Christ. "When we don't recognize each other when we don't recognize each other's role in the church, we don't recognize the church".
In this short sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah shares a dream God showed him about the state of the church today. Too many Christians are struggling in private but putting on bold faces in public and those who are best equipped to help them, show up in church, only interested in personal breakthroughs and opportunities. But is that the best we can do? We hope this sermon blesses you.
Barely before he was old enough to vote, Pakwo Shum already learned how to make money as an entrepreneur. His has been a journey of more than thirty years. In this episode, he bears his heart out to us, showing us what it really means to do business God's way. We hope it blesses you.
God is interested in everything you are and everything you do, and not just your tithe and offering. In this financial literacy series- 90 and 10, we look beyond the tithe and the offering and focus on 100% of the financial blessings God showers on his children.
How do you make money?, How do you manage it? How do you grow it? What can you do now to secure your financial future?
In a time when the concept of giving is so exploited and abused, many sound Christians have become quite guarded. In this simple sermon, Brother Kudzo Seneadza takes us to a psalm that was made famous by Bonnie M. We hope this sermon inspires you to do more for God.
The first time Sister Susu prayed to Jesus Christ, she was already 29. Her first prayer was "God, show me you heal", and with that short prayer began a journey of discovering the healing power of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. As you listen to this sermon, may The Lord Jesus Christ become for you too, The God Who Heals.
In a time when everything is about 'me, myself and I', the ministry of interceding for others is almost forgotten. In this short sermon, Brother Matthew Simons shares amazing testimonies of how the prayer of the saints delivered both him and his wife Gifty in vehicular accidents at different times in one day. We hope that this testimony of God's goodness, and the power that is released through intercession, will inspire you to pursue a life of constantly praying for others.
Brother Edwin Gbekor shares his testimony on how prayer delivered him from the power of the occult, and set him on a path to intimacy and growth in Christ. By the grace of God, he has seen God, through prayer, deliver many others, and God can deliver you too. We hope his testimony blesses you.
In this sermon, Brother Eugene Ocansey talks about how it is impossible to have an amazing prayer life outside a relationship with God. And in our pursuit of The Father's heart, we need to understand that "Yes" is an answer, "Wait" is an answer and "No" is also an answer. We hope this sermon blesses you.
“The Holy Spirit is a bottomless well of ideas” but rarely do some Christians pause to listen to him when they pray. In this sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah shares on the benefits of listening in prayer. We hope this sermon blesses you.
Brother Kudzo Seneadza became born again when he was young. And over the years, God has shown himself faithful in every aspect of their walk. In this sermon, he shares his amazing testimony of what prayer has meant to him, and what it means to totally depend on God. We hope this sermon blesses you.
Too many good Christians are disillusioned. After years of standing on God's word, going on evangelism, giving to the poor etc, they struggle to see the manifestations of his blessings on their lives. In this sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah speaks about the need for balance in the Christian walk, and how lack of character is often an impediment to the full manifestation of His blessings in our lives.
When he was barely 19, and a student about to set out to discover life and adulthood in another country, God gave Brother Jonas Ayeri some wisdom keys that have been instrumental in guiding and shaping all of his adult life. This Sunday being his last at Accra Community Church, he bares his heart out and unveils these secrets for the benefit of the church. We hope these wisdom keys will bless you too, as you listen.
Depression is a taboo topic in many churches but fortunately, the Holy Bible has a lot to say on the condition, and assures us, God's children, of our heavenly Father's ability to deliver and help us through those seasons when we struggle with the condition. In this sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah points us to our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ's manifesto in which He promises to set captives. As you listen to this sermon, may Christ, by the power of the Holy Spirit, set you free.
Just as having a baby is not a decision the baby makes but one the parents make and work on, so the work of our salvation wasn't a decision we made but one God made all by Himself, and implemented by Himself and all to His Glory Alone. In this sermon, Pastor Matthew Simons sheds insight into our salvation story in new ways, and teaches us how to manifest God's glory today. Be blessed.
Brother Edwin speaks on how faith works in the life of the believer. After many years of rebelling against God and passionately pursuing the occult, he encountered the power of God, and his life has been transformed since then. In this sermon, he encourages us on why we should pursue a faith walk with Jesus.
Our Lord Jesus Christ never used the word GRACE, but in countless parables He explained the depth, and width and height of the Father’s grace towards us; His lost sheep, His lost coin, His prodigal son. In this sermon, Brother Jonas Ayeri points us to Christ’s finished work, and how sufficient it is for our lives. May you gain a deep understanding of what it means to be saved by Grace, as you listen to this sermon
Why would Martin Luther say “Christ is the centre and the circumference of the Bible”? Why do Christians insist on Jesus being the only way to God, especially when they know so many good hearted people who are not Christians? Are all those people going to hell? In this sermon, Pastor Kudzo Seneadza answers some of these difficult questions with a lot of wisdom and grace. Be blessed as you listen.
In this sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah introduces what is the part one of a five sermon series on the relevance of Scripture, Faith, Grace, Christ and The Glory of God (also known as the five solas), in the Christian's daily walk with God. May the Truth of God's word minister to your heart, as you listen.
In this sermon, Matthew Simons, takes us to story of the prodigal son, and shows us that unlike the jealous, judgmental big brother in that story, we have a Big Brother who is willing to make us Joint-Heirs of His inheritance. Christ’s willingness to share everything He has with us, in spite of our wastefulness, is the ultimate grace story.
In this sermon, Eugene Ocansey challenges us on what it mean to be salt and light in these dark days. Considering that there are over 10,000 churches in Ghana, how come corruption thrives? How does the Christian find relevance and courage to stand out in these most challenging times?
Throughout the diverse dark periods in church history, God always comes through and always remembers His people. In this prophetic expository sermon based on the book of Zechariah, Brother Joe Seneadza points us to the Five Solas of The Reformation, and calls us the church to embrace the new move of the Spirit across the world.
Every woman, no matter what kind of woman they are or have been, can be used, and has been used by God. God can use you too, if you will allow Him. He knows the hurdles that are designed to impede your progress, and He shows us through scripture, that He is willing and able to help you overcome and become everything He says you are. Happy Mother's Day
If anybody understands how rejection and betrayal impacts us, Jesus Christ does. And if anyone can truly help us, He can. In this Resurrection Sunday sermon, Pastor Matthew Simons sheds light on 5 different types of pain Jesus suffered for our sake, and how because of that, He is the best person to help us, when we ourselves are going through suffering. Be blessed.
Contrary to the belief that church is for good people, Nana Kofi Acquah points us to the scriptures, which clearly shows what God's intention for creating the church is, and why our attitudes may be closing the door of the church, instead of opening it to the world.
Our Lord Jesus Christ, came from a long line of imperfect people, probably as God's way of telling us that He is willing to use us, as we are, for His purposes. His first most important condition is that we avail ourselves. Are you available? Preached by Nana Kofi Acquah
Born into a muslim family, Susu never saw herself becoming a Christian. For seven years in school, her friends had tried and failed. Whilst in England on vacation, God finds her. Today, she shares her story and asks the very important question of Why. Why does God save us? May you find your "why" as you listen to her sermon. God bless you.
Brother Edwin had his own Damascus Experience when the Holy Spirit knocked him down and delivered him in the very park where he had first sold his soul to the devil. Listen to his testimony on how the power of Christ is able to totally transform a rebellious soul into a willing ambassador of the gospel. The God who delivered him, can deliver you too.
Contrary to the opinion many have, that the God of the Old Testament is mean and Jesus is kind, God, Our Father, actually is the initiator and source of Grace in the scriptures, and He expects us, as His children, to be the extensions of His grace in society. In this sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah talks about why Accra Community Church must give to the orphan, widow, naked, poor, thirsty, hungry, sick, prisoner etc. It is in giving to society's most vulnerable, that we actually give to Christ.
The 2nd Person of the Trinity, is Jesus, The Word of God. In this sermon, Matthew Simons delves into three sure ways God speaks to us through His word, and offers an amazing insight into prophecy and how to know if it's really God.
What if there really was one who could pray for you, better than you could for yourself? Or one who truly will be with you through all the seasons of your life? What if you could befriend the most creative, most powerful person in the universe? Meet the Holy Spirit is a sermon preached by Nana Kofi Acquah, at Accra Community Church, 2019.
There is such a thing as Christianese; a bunch of spiritual sounding jargons and terminologies Christians seem to throw around. But what if we delved deeper into one of those cliche terminologies? "Jehovah Jireh, God our Provider" in its truest sense, captures the concept of this God, who goes ahead and prepares the way for His children. Sermon preached by Nana Kofi Acquah