Sampson Osei Aboagye

25th February 2016

Radio evangelism has become one of the most effective ways of reaching people with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Now that the medium has transferred to the internet there really are no boundaries and no limits to its reach. Recognising this trend, the Telford Ghanaian Seventh-day Adventist congregation has embraced the opportunity to spread the word of God on a local FM and internet radio station called "Kasapa".

Local pastor, Sampson Osei Aboagye says, "Every Friday evening, from 7:30 to 9:00 pm, we present a Bible study on the theme, 'The Story of God'. This study traces the steps that the Hero, God, has taken since the fall, to rescue His creation from the mess created by human rebellion, and to restore it to His original purpose."

In addition to this 'Great Controversy' presentation there is a Sabbath School discussion hour every Sabbath morning from 8:00 to 9:00 am.

These evangelistic programs began in 2014 with average audience figures of between 200 to 500 people. However the momentum has built up and listener analysis now shows that the programme is reaching between 2,000 and 4,000 people every week.

"It is encouraging to hear people calling in to the programme, asking questions, contributing their own ideas, and also testifying about how the programme has helped them in their walk with Christ and their personal Bible studies," Pastor Aboagye concludes. "We give thanks to God for what He is doing through this ministry of Telford Ghana."

[Communication Secretary]

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