Frimpong Boateng speaks at 12th FGBMFI convention launch

The 12th national convention of the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International-Ghana (FGBMFI) will be launched at the Fiesta Royale Hotel, Dzorwulu, on Saturday evening.

The launch will be in the form of a dinner and will feature Professor Kwabena Frimpong Boateng, Ghana’s foremost heart surgeon as the main speaker. As is usual at FGBMFI meetings, Prof Frimpong Boateng as speaker, will share his life experiences as a professional and how the Christian principles that drive him have contributed to his success in life.

A spokesperson for the fellowship told newsmen in Accra that this year’s convention, which is slated for August 26-29 “will be one of a kind” in terms of spiritual impact. “In the course of the year, we have, at our various regional prayer meetings, been praying for Ghana, but at the convention, this line of intercessory prayer will reach fever pitch. Our country needs divine help and it is our duty, as Christians, to be obedient to Scripture and continue to seek the face of God regarding our economy, energy crisis and issues bordering on integrity at all levels of society.”

At the same time, the spokesperson said, “Something always happens when Full Gospel meets. It may be God’s word to the group or the individual member; it may be healing for the sick or a breakthrough in finances or family life. In Full Gospel, we have learned over the years, not to limit God.”

The August convention speakers include Togo’s Minister of Justice and Professor Stephen Adei, former Rector of GIMPA

The Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship is the largest gathering of Christian business owners, various professionals, civil and public servants and artisans as well as Judges, Members of Parliament and ministers of state. organised in chapters at the local level, they meet monthly in restaurants and hotels for breakfast, luncheon or dinner to share the love of Christ through testimonies.

In Ghana, the national president is Mr George Prah, an industrialist.

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