Ghana 2013 FAQ

What are the accomodations like?
The venue for Ghana 2013 is the newly constructed Pentecost Convention Center in Accra, Ghana. Completed in March of this year, it is now the largest and most modern conference center in the nation. Since the Pentecost Convention Center is located at the outskirts of Accra, it is recommended that delegates stay at the convention center itself, which has suitable accomodation for over 1,000 people.

When should I arrive and depart?
Transportation to the Pentecost Convention Center will be arranged from the Kotoko International Airport beginning on September 24 and will continue through the 25th. Transportation back to the airport will commence on the 29th. The opening ceremony of Ghana 2013 will be on the evening of the 25th and the closing cermemony will be on the evening of the 28th. Please book your arrival either for the evening of the 24th or the morning and afternoon of the 25th. The only transportation back to the airport will be on the 29th. It takes around one hour to get from the Pentecost Convention Center to the Kotoko Internaitonal Airport. A list of the 63 airlines servicing Ghana can be found here:

What is the visa situation?
Travel to Ghana requires a visa which must be obtained in advance from a Ghanaian embassy, unless you are from a few exempted countries listed here. Additionally, everyone entering the country, including Ghanaian citizens, must carry a yellow immunization card with at least a yellow fever registration. The application for applying for a Ghanaian visa can be downloaded here. The location and contact information for Ghanaian embassies around the world can be found here.

Some embassies may ask for reference information. You may use the following:

Enoch Nyador (Director of the Ghana Evangelical Missions Association)
10/12 Nii Road
Tel: +233244080498

Seth Anyomi (World Link University)
10-12 East Legon Annex.
Ajringanor, Accra.
Tel- 0302-515013

Pentecost Convention Center (This is where the event is being held)
Millennium City Road
Kasoa. Central Region
Tel: +233 20 815 2817

How will the consultation be organized?
The consultation will be divided between plenary sessions and track meetings in the morning and afternoon, and corporate intercession in the evenings. Each delegate will be asked to choose just one of the ten tracks which they will partcipate in throughout the consultation. Tracks will look at five questions related to their area of focus: 1. What is God’s purpose in this area? 2. What is currently happening in Africa? 3. What remains to be done?
4. What are some solutions to fill the gap? 5. How can we work together to implement these solutions? On the final day of the consultation, National Discipleship Research Councils will be formed to continue the ongoing work in each country of examining the extent to which the gospel of the kingdom is transforming every sphere of society, and making recommendations to the church from the findings.

How can I prepare for Ghana 2013?
Each delegate is encouraged to pray about which track they feel led to contribute to. As part of the registration process, you will be encouraged to connect with the track leadership team and participate in pre-conference activities leading up to the gathering in September.

How can I pray?
Pray for the Spirit’s anointing on every speaker, track leader and delegate. Ask God to prepare our hearts to receive his message and declare it faithfully to the church. Intercede for protection, provision for each delegate, and a spirit of unity throughout the consultation.