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Do not deny God His due, minister counsels

Reverend Kingsley Appiagyei, Senior Pastor of Trinity Baptist Church has admonished all who experience God’s grace to return in gratitude to him and thus open more doors for his blessings.

He said too often have men forgotten of God’s interventions in their lives and then proceeded to boast of their own instrumentality or to attribute their successes to non-existing powers and soon come to naught when all the possessions perish.

Reverend Kingsley Appiagyei served the admonishing when he led the dedication ceremony of Villa Royale Guest House, a self-catering resort at Community 18, off the Spintex Road, Accra.

Quoting from Psalm 127, he told a gathering of bankers, tour operators and travel agents at the ceremony that “God does not only build, he also protects. But he will only do that if you entrust what he has blessed you with to him again and ask him to take control, not when you go to rivers and fetishes and deities with your thanksgiving”.

The Villa Royale Guest House, fashioned after Europe’s famed “Centre Parcs”, is the first in a chain of full homes ideal for short-term and long-term occupation for family get-aways, business meetings, honeymoons and tourism.

Real estate developer and proprietor, Nana Prempeh, explained that while he is motivated with the concept to help improve the quality of service delivery in the country especially in the hospitality industry, his greater vision is to offer an alternative to hotel accommodation, combining first grade standards with affordability as well as the flexibility to choose when and what to eat.

“Here, you get to cook your own meals or a chef does it for you. If it’s your hair you want done, the hairdresser is only a phone call away, and you don’t have to leave home to see the doctor in an emergency, or go to the market to shop when someone can do that for you and on your specifications. Indeed the choice is all yours.”

Do not deny God His due, minister counsels

Reverend Kingsley Appiagyei, Senior Pastor of Trinity Baptist Church has admonished all who experience God’s grace to return in gratitude to him and thus open more doors for his blessings.

He said too often have men forgotten of God’s interventions in their lives and then proceeded to boast of their own instrumentality or to attribute their successes to non-existing powers and soon come to naught when all the possessions perish.

Reverend Kingsley Appiagyei served the admonishing when he led the dedication ceremony of Villa Royale Guest House, a self-catering resort at Community 18, off the Spintex Road, Accra.

Quoting from Psalm 127, he told a gathering of bankers, tour operators and travel agents at the ceremony that “God does not only build, he also protects. But he will only do that if you entrust what he has blessed you with to him again and ask him to take control, not when you go to rivers and fetishes and deities with your thanksgiving”.

The Villa Royale Guest House, fashioned after Europe’s famed “Centre Parcs”, is the first in a chain of full homes ideal for short-term and long-term occupation for family get-aways, business meetings, honeymoons and tourism.

Real estate developer and proprietor, Nana Prempeh, explained that while he is motivated with the concept to help improve the quality of service delivery in the country especially in the hospitality industry, his greater vision is to offer an alternative to hotel accommodation, combining first grade standards with affordability as well as the flexibility to choose when and what to eat.

“Here, you get to cook your own meals or a chef does it for you. If it’s your hair you want done, the hairdresser is only a phone call away, and you don’t have to leave home to see the doctor in an emergency, or go to the market to shop when someone can do that for you and on your specifications. Indeed the choice is all yours.”

Do not deny God His due, minister counsels

Reverend Kingsley Appiagyei, Senior Pastor of Trinity Baptist Church has admonished all who experience God’s grace to return in gratitude to him and thus open more doors for his blessings.

He said too often have men forgotten of God’s interventions in their lives and then proceeded to boast of their own instrumentality or to attribute their successes to non-existing powers and soon come to naught when all the possessions perish.

Reverend Kingsley Appiagyei served the admonishing when he led the dedication ceremony of Villa Royale Guest House, a self-catering resort at Community 18, off the Spintex Road, Accra.

Quoting from Psalm 127, he told a gathering of bankers, tour operators and travel agents at the ceremony that “God does not only build, he also protects. But he will only do that if you entrust what he has blessed you with to him again and ask him to take control, not when you go to rivers and fetishes and deities with your thanksgiving”.

The Villa Royale Guest House, fashioned after Europe’s famed “Centre Parcs”, is the first in a chain of full homes ideal for short-term and long-term occupation for family get-aways, business meetings, honeymoons and tourism.

Real estate developer and proprietor, Nana Prempeh, explained that while he is motivated with the concept to help improve the quality of service delivery in the country especially in the hospitality industry, his greater vision is to offer an alternative to hotel accommodation, combining first grade standards with affordability as well as the flexibility to choose when and what to eat.

“Here, you get to cook your own meals or a chef does it for you. If it’s your hair you want done, the hairdresser is only a phone call away, and you don’t have to leave home to see the doctor in an emergency, or go to the market to shop when someone can do that for you and on your specifications. Indeed the choice is all yours.”

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