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Title: Chaplain’s Desk: A Weekly Reflection – Vol. 1
Authors: Addai-Mensah, Peter, Rev. Fr. Dr.
Opoku, John K. Rev. Fr.
Keywords: Christian Spirituality
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Great Impressions, Accra
Citation: Great Impressions, Vol. 1, 2012
Abstract: It is our Christian belief that God is our leader par excellence. We, therefore, use many images and metaphors to depict this belief. Some of the images or metaphors used to acknowledge God as our leader are Father, King and Shepherd. Even though God is our leader, from the scriptures and history, God has appointed leaders as God’s viceroys. In September 2010, I was appointed as the chaplain of our Lady of the Holy Rosary Chaplaincy at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi. Among my responsibilities as a leader of this community is to feed the community with the Word of God. This I have been doing with Sunday Reflections on the readings of the day which has been published into Volume One; The Word of God: A Guide to Our Spiritual Journey Towards Eternal Life in Heaven. In addition to the Sunday Reflections, every week, I write a piece in the Chaplaincy bulletin under the name: Chaplain’s Desk. Chaplain’s Desk: A Weekly Reflection is a compilation of the reflections on some salient issues in our liturgy and our Christian life. It must be pointed out that the topics in the book do not follow a particular pattern even though they are arranged in a liturgy order. It is my hope and prayer that people who read this book will find it more enlightened and meaningful in their Christian Spiritual Journey.
Description: This Book was published by the Great Impressions, Accra- Ghana, 2012
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/6086
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