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CSUC Appoints Rev. Dr. Peter White As Acting Vice President

Rev. Dr. Peter White, the acting Vice-President of the University College holds Diploma in Christian ministry from Vision International College, Australia and Master of Arts in the study of Religions from the University of Ghana, Legon. He also has a Doctor of Theology (Christian Apologetics) from Trinity Graduate School of Theology, India, certificate in Biblical Hebrew from Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel and a PhD in Science of Religion and…

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Signs of Matured Christians

Signs of Matured Christians* ✅ They speak the truth at all times ✅ They are good listeners ✅ They hardly take offense ✅ They are quick to forgive ✅ They are reliable ✅ They are supportive ✅ They have appetite for prayer and fasting ✅ They rely on the Word of God ✅ The more God lifts them up, the more they become humble ✅ They hardly defend themselves ✅…

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Check Up, Meditate, Cry Out for Help

SIT DOWN,CHECK UP, MEDITATE, CRY OUT FOR HELP WHEN YOU NOTICE THESE IN YOUR LIFE.* 1. Beware When prayer becomes a difficult thing for you. 2. Beware When fasting is becoming a history in your spiritual timetable. 3. Beware When you no longer enjoy reading the word of God. 4. Beware When attending church programme is becoming a burden rather than a blessing for you. 5. Beware When living a…

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Monitoring & Evaluation at the National Level: A Welcome Proposition – Prof. Afrane,President

Monitoring and evaluation is necessary to achieve evidence-based policy making. Policy making, especially budget decision-making and national planning, focuses on government priorities among competing demands from citizens and groups in society. The information provided by monitoring and evaluation systems can support government’s deliberations by providing evidence about the most cost-effective types of policy options. It also enables an objective assessment of the relevance and efficiency of the policy. These benefits…

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CSUC Organizes Career Fair

The President of Christian Service University College (CSUC), Professor Samuel Afrane, has cautioned academic institutions to better utilize the high demands of research work undertaken in academic institutions to answer industrial problems rather than stocking them in the academic bank. He pronounced this during a maiden career fair organized by the University College, adding that, tertiary Institutions must embrace entrepreneurship and internship programmes to offer students with industry needs. According…

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Lecturer at Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre Proffers Solutions to Post Election Conflicts in Ghana at CSUC Maiden Public Lecture

A lecturer at the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre in Accra, Dr. Festus Aubyn has given a background and suggested solutions to managing emerging snippets of conflict in Ghana following the November 7th 2016 elections. Dr. Festus Aubyn made these observations during the maiden public lecture organized by Christian Service University College on Friday 28th April 2017 at the CSUC auditorium. CSUC President, Prof. Sam Afrane welcomed invited guests,…

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CSUC Launches Students’ Aid Scheme

CSUC has launched an initiative dubbed ‘Student Aid Scheme’ to support needy students who are not able to complete the payment of their tuition fees. The Programme was launched by the Member of Parliament for Nhyiaeso West and CSUC alumnus Honourable Kennedy Kankam as well as former CSUC Council member Mr. Seth Osafo, Ghana’s representative on Environment and Climate Change with the United Nations. President of CSUC, Prof. Sam Afrane…

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Chapman Library Purchases Theology Books with £100.00 Grant Under The Langham Partnership Programme

On 23rd March, 2017 the Chapman Library kdelivery of 10 Theology books purchased with the 2015/2016 literature grant of £100.00 under the Langham Partnership programme. Langham Partnership is a United Kingdom-based Christian charitable organization dedicated to the supply of books to theological institutions worldwide. The Chapman Library has been a beneficiary of the Langham Literature Grant programme for the past three years. Below is the list of the books: LANHAM…

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CSUC Makes Donation As Part Of Missions Week Celebration

Christian Service University College (CSUC) has donated items worth 4000 Ghana Cedis to the Edwenase Rehabilitation Centre in Kumasi. The gesture formed part of activities marking the annual missions programme of the University College. The donation was made by the Missions Week Committee led by Assistant Chaplain Pastor Paul Diboro on behalf of the CSUC. Items donated included bags of rice, sugar, beans, sachet water, oil, crates of eggs, milk…