In a corporate spirit, we are committed to carrying out the vision of the church and providing a platform for the exhibition of one’s talent within a theologically sound and prayerful environment.
In furtherance of the vision and mission of The Throne Room Assembly of God Church, the church shall follow these objectives:
This ministry, so-called the department of Christian Education, is under the leadership of a pastor or a matured and experienced Christian. This department comprises other ministries such as Counselling, Sunday School, New Convert School, Care Cell.
The Men Ministry is the backbone of the church. In The Throne Room, the Men’s Ministry is responsible for maintaining a stable church by:
The Women’s Ministry is an organized group of women of The Assemblies of God, Ghana and is responsible for uniting the women in the church for Christian service according to the principles and doctrines of the church. The Women’s Ministry meets together in the church to study the word of God and to pray. They also help the needy in the church and in the neighbourhood, as well as visit the sick. They also undertake personal evangelism and take the word of God into homes in the community. As a key arm of growth in every church, the Women’s Ministry plays a major supporting role in the church. Therefore, the Women’s Ministry is responsible for maintaining a stable church by:
The Youth Ministry of the Assemblies of God, Ghana is known as “Christ’s Ambassadors” (CA’s). They are young members of the Church between the ages of 13-35 years. The Youth meets at least once a week to promote the spiritual, physical, social, and emotional well-being of the members by providing opportunities for worship, fellowship, training, and evangelism. The Youth Ministry is the major work force of the church with the responsibility of maintaining a lively and spirit filled church. The Youth Ministry ensures church growth and also the future stability and security of the church. These can be achieved through:
Assemblies of God, Ghana have the call and vision for reaching out to the lost including children with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The Children Ministry is important to God, and for that matter, the church. It presents an important opportunity to impact the future of children. Therefore, ministry to children, both inside and outside the church seeks to meet the spiritual and other needs such as physical, emotional, social or mental. For this purpose, the children Ministry is major field for maintaining and providing continuous church membership, developing interest, shepherding, mentoring, growing young and enthusiastic children for life and ministry, engineering hope and confidence among the children for the future and providing a platform for the development of talent to feed the church. These can be achieved through:
The Helps Ministry has its origin from Bible as stated in 1 Corinthians 12:28 “and God has placed in the church, first for all, apostles, second prophets, third teachers, then miracles, then gifts of healing, of helping, of guidance, and of different kinds of tongues”. Helps and government were part of ministries set up by God to provide a supporting role in the church. He chose the Levites, in the Old Testaments and in the New Testament, He chose the Helps. It is just as important to God as the ministry of the pastor. Therefore, the Ministry of Helps is specifically in place in the local church to lend practical aid and support to the pastor.
If water is the source of life for fish, prayer is also the essence of the Christian life and the lifeline between the believer and the heavenly father. Emphasising on the importance of prayer through the life of the whole church, the prophet Isaiah states “My house shall be called a house of prayer” (Isaiah 56:7). This verse was again quoted by Jesus Christ in what is called “The Cleansing of the Temple”. The purpose of the Prayer Ministry is to actively encourage and promote prayer within the life of the church. No church or ministry can grow and do well without a strong prayer force. The spiritual life of the church is determined by the depth of its Prayer Ministry. Jesus, even though was God, could not do away with prayer.