Dr. Manuel Adjei, President of the Ghana Christian University College (GCUC), has urged its graduates’ to show resolve and commit themselves to the goal of assisting society to overcome greed, intolerance and other human indignities.
He said they needed to provide the right leadership to transform and help the people to uphold the values of integrity, selflessness and service.
Mr Adjei said his expectation was that “as ambassadors of Christ” they would make a big difference in the lives of those they minister to.
Dr. Adjei said this in an address read for him at the seventh anniversary celebration and graduation ceremony of the Kumasi Campus of the GCUC.
“Theological education, the bed rock of the nation” was the theme.
The graduating students, made up of five males and two females, had completed one-year training in theology.
Dr. Adjei expressed confidence in the students, saying “We are confident that their training has unveiled tremendous potential for affecting many for Christ. Watch out for them, their ministries and communities will be celebrating the joy of an enriching transformation.”
He said the goal of the GCUC was to assist produce quality Christian leadership for the country – leaders who believed in Christ, what he stood for and rigorous self-development.
Bishop Dr. Vincent Akana Depaul of the Mercyseat Arena Church in Kumasi, urged the graduates to be humble, mirror Christ-like qualities and work to assist the poor, the weak and the suffering in the society.
Pastor Opuni Akosah, Dean of the Kumasi Campus of the College, spoke of plans to expand the infrastructure and facilities at the university to enhance academic work.