Executive Presbytery of Assemblies of God Church calls on former President Mahama

The former President, John Dramani Mahama, has eulogised the Assemblies of God Church for impacting his life positively over the years.

According to him, not only did the church impact his life but also changed him for the better.

President Mahama said this when the Executive Presbytery of Assemblies of God Ghana, led by the General Superintendent, Rev. Stephen Wengam, paid a courtesy call on him in Accra on Thursday.

The former President, himself a member of the church, expressed the hope that leadership of the church in Ghana would be a good resource for nation building.

On his part, Rev. Stephen Wengam shared the new leadership of the church’s vision with the former President.

He called on Christians in politics to exemplify the character of Jesus in their professions.

 Rev. Wengam also urged Christians to be the light of the world as required by the Bible.

The delegation also called on the Former Chief Justice, Georgina Theodora Woode, who is also member of the Assemblies of God Church.

She lauded the vision of the new leadership which is christened the “Transformation Agenda” emphasising church planting and administrative reforms.

The former CJ admonished Christian leaders to seek technical knowledge in Alternative Dispute Resolution so they could resolve contentions out of court.

By Times Reporter

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