TRINICY: What spiritual habits and disciplines do you follow on a daily basis?
IMMANUEL: In the morning, I pray, do my morning devotion and quiet time, makes sure I pray at least two hours within the day then i do my evening devotion and quiet time before I sleep
TRINICY: Out of all God’s attributes, which one amazes you most? Why?
IMMANUEL: Love. I think love surpasses all things. It exposes God's vulnerability. Because of love, He offered His only begotten son for mankind. He had to suffer emotional trauma even as His son went through physical torture. Because of love, Jesus laid down His life for us. John 15:13 describes this torture and pain as greater love and I think that is super amazing
TRINICY: Who led you to Christ? Who are you leading or hope to lead to Christ?
IMMANUEL: A preacher had been invited to my high school. On that day, he preached about God's Love. After his sermon, he made an alter call. Before I realised, I was at the alter ready to give my life to Christ. I can't remember the name of the preacher. It was in 2010. Today, many lives and souls have been won for God through Christ. The many missions, weekend challenge and series of evangelism both in Ghana and Kenya has seen more than hundreds of people coming to Christ. All glory and honour to Him who makes the increase after we plant
TRINICY: What primary talents and gift(s) has God given you? How are you using them for the kingdom?
IMMANUEL: For talent, I love singing but I do this only in my room. It doesn't move outside my room but I do sing more than any other thing. For gifts, Intercession, Evangelism and Preaching has been my backbone. These major gifts have reconciled many souls back to God through Christ. Its Christ not I.
TRINICY: Which person from the Bible do you resonate with the most? Why?
IMMANUEL: King David. He was a singer(Musician), a priest, prophet and a king. I see these qualities in me every time I read about him. The most favoured of God. A man of good heart. He had every right to kill Saul but he never did. He was quick to seek for forgiveness of sins and always acknowledged where God took him from and where he was. He spoke many deep mysteries that our minds still cant fathom in these present times. I see myself in him in all these attributes. Though weak, he still tried not to miss his mark in his service to his generation. I believe I possess these qualities. Even more deeper qualities I cant speak of because of time.
TRINICY: What social issue do you care most about? Why?
IMMANUEL: Justice for all. Matters concerning social and economic well-being for all individuals in a community has been my topmost priority. I hate to rob Peter to pay Paul. This may be so because there is no partiality in God
TRINICY: What does being a Christian mean to you? Why Are you a Christian?
IMMANUEL: To me, being a christian means allowing Christ to be the sole decision maker in your life so that you can reflect his attributes and personality to those who have not experienced him
TRINICY: What does being a Conservative mean to you? Why Are you a Conservative?
IMMANUEL: I am a conservative christian. By that, I mean I believe in our Lord Jesus Christ and I have no iota of disbelief in his commandments and principles. Hence, I follow his precepts without doubt whatsoever. Like a soldier follows the instruction to the latter, so do I imitate Christ to the latter even though he has given me freewill.
TRINICY: What has your experience been like as a Conservative Christian on and/or off campus?
IMMANUEL: Here in Africa, It has been amazing. It is always a joy to meet, share and speak about Christ every time without any prejudice. It has been simply wonderful.
TRINICY: What were your first thoughts when you heard about TRINICY?
IMMANUEL: My first thought was a question. 'Does it project God?'. That was my first thought.
TRINICY: What book(s) do you recommend conservative Christians read to help strengthen their faith in a secular and/or liberal setting?
IMMANUEL: The Bible. The Believers Authority by Kenneth E. Hagin. Gods 360 agenda for mankind by Dr. Myles Munroe. Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren.
TRINICY: What advice or resource would you offer to fellow conservative Christians today?
IMMANUEL: Download sermons by Apostle Joshua Selman from YouTube for a life changing encounter
TRINICY: What is an interesting/unusual fact most people don’t know about you?
IMMANUEL: I don't do politics but I do share my opinions on certain societal issues that have political inclinations, especially on Facebook.
TRINICY: What passion or dream keeps you up at night or wakes you up in the morning?
IMMANUEL: To reveal Christ to the dying world.
TRINICY: If Jesus were physically here now, what would you want to ask Him or talk about?
IMMANUEL: If Grace is all that the present day 'Grace Preachers' talk about, then what will be the criteria on the judgement day?
TRINICY: What are the three greatest life lessons you’ve learned thus far?
IMMANUEL: 1.There is always a source to everything. Anything you feel has no source has its root in God. 2. Treat every one equally even when there is no need. 3. If all of your life experiences can be explained by man, then that is the evidence that God is not with you
TRINICY: Which Christian song best connects with you?
IMMANUEL: I love the local Ghanaian worship songs that have the keyboard strings as the rhythm. It connects me more.
TRINICY: What legacy do you want to leave as a Christian?
IMMANUEL: To see Christ formed in every mankind
TRINICY: Which teacher has impacted you most? How?
IMMANUEL: Archbishop Duncan Williams and Apostle Joshua Selman. Growing up, they have been exposing me more to the Truth as I journey on in my christian faith
TRINICY: What is your life verse? Why?
IMMANUEL: Psalm 27:4 and Romans 8:18. They keep me moving. These verses touch every aspect of my life
TRINICY: What is the most difficult thing for you about being a Christian?
IMMANUEL: Being faithful to the end. It is difficult, yet achievable.
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