MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF EGACCOM
On behalf of the ministerial team and the entire
leadership of the EGACCOM I welcome you to
Camp Meeting 2017. Let us join together in
praising and thanking God for providing all
the means for the 23rd Annual EGACCOM
Camp Meeting to happen in the U.K.
“Forward On Our Knees”, the theme for this year
His strength, their ignorance to His wisdom, their unworthiness to
His righteousness, their poverty to His exhaustless wealth. Thus
strengthened and equipped, they hesitated not to press forward in
the service of the Master.” AA 57.1
The atmosphere of prayer and devotion throughout the day
is an important part of spiritual life—especially in these last
moments of Earth’s history. The messengers of the cross must arm
themselves with watchfulness and prayer, and move forward with
faith and courage, working always in the name of Jesus.
With these counsels in mind, be determined as Jacob, who vowed
to obtain blessings from God and wrestled all night for it. As a
result, he was able to move forward in faith. If he could obtain so
much blessings in a single night, think of what we could have in a
whole week, if we would focus, study and pray in all earnestness.
I pray that every camper’s prayer life will change for the better
and forever starting this week.
has been chosen to reflect what we should be encouraging one
another to do in earnest -- praying, considering where the world
is heading, and how the devil is intensifying his attacks on God’s
children and God’s Church.
We are happy to have Pastors. Kwabena Donkor, Ian Sweeney,
Emmanuel Osei, Jackson, Edsel Cadet, Anthony Fuller and Andrew
Fuller, all able men of God who will lead us to explore the
meaning, importance and methods of prayer.
Writing about prayer, Ellen White states:
“Prayer is the breath of the soul. It is the secret of spiritual power.
No other means of grace can be substituted and the health of
the soul be preserved. Prayer brings the heart into immediate
contact with the Wellspring of life, and strengthens the sinew
and muscle of the religious experience. Neglect the exercise
of prayer, or engage in prayer spasmodically, now and then, as
seems convenient, and you lose your hold on God. The spiritual
faculties lose their vitality, the religious experience lacks health
and vigor....” Pr 12.4
“The disciples of Christ had a deep sense of their own inefficiency,
and with humiliation and prayer they joined their weakness to