It was full of impartation, lives transforming, strong anointing, and excitement for young adult who were dangerously crazy for Christ.
The University of Ghana, Legon campus, was charged with a heavy atmosphere of heartfelt worship ministration, prayers and strong prophetic word from the Shakers and Movers youth conference, also World Movers Generation, (WMG) of the Royal House Chapel International.
Fully clad with “WMG” jersey’s, T-shirts, caps and mantles to hype the occasion, brought together almost one hundred thousand of youths from the various assemblies of the church and the world at large.
Dubbed: “I Change My Language” is an annual youth event aimed at empowering, shaping and motivating young adult with the message of God.
Addressing the conference in Accra, Founder and the General Overseer of the Church, The Apostle General, Rev, Sam Korankye Ankrah, said “your language of fear and despair must immediately change to a language of confidence, success, faith, prosperity and covenant”.
Basing his sermon on Jeremiah 1: 11-12, the man of God indicated, when God needed to reveal the future to Jeremiah’s positive response, “He said, you have seen well, for I am ready to perform my word”.
The three days conference which began on the 27th to 30th July, 2017, attracted seasoned men of the gospel from the United State America as well as Ghana, they are: Dr Bernard Dumanya, Pastor Geoffery A Tutu and Rev, Paul Amoako.
The Apostle General, further, cautioned the youth that, “while people were seeing challenges, hunger, lack and want,
speak differently, speak a language of transformation, deliverance, and prosperity like Jeremiah and Elisha, you must see and speak differently”.
Your vision and language he stressed, should be aligned with Gods purpose and that was what would bring better results and miracle encounters.
“If you were raised in a bad environment you can speak a new language, be transformed by the word of God through the renewing of your mind. Do not be conformed to the things of the environment, he advised.
The extent to which you are exposed to the right information, the minister explained, “Dictates your language and informs your behaviuor, your degree of ignorance also influences the emptiness and shallowness of your language and confessions.
Speak the language of winners, covenant, success, positive self esteem, confidence, testimonies and a language of faith”.
As part of the activities of the conference, 11 Senior High School Students who had aggregate eight A’s and five A’s from the WACCE result were added onto the church educational scholarship scheme to enter into tertiary level.
An investment account with Data bank was also opened for each of the student’s future.
The atmosphere was severely vibrated with crazy boogies and song performances from moral choir praise, worship in motion, acoustic crusaders and royal ambassadors.
Writing by Jennifer Ansah.