Koforidua (E/R) – Reverend Dr Albert Anane, Head Pastor of the New Juaben Central District of Assemblies of God Ghana, has called on Ghanaians to be prayerful and disciplined.
Rev. Anane called for discipline among Ghanaians to be interlaced with a prayer that could help change attitudes and situations for good.
He prayed for the restoration of God’s spirit, love, and joy for the backslider and individuals willing to dedicate themselves to God.
He also cautioned against languid prayer and said it depicted wickedness, stating: “Do not just eat and drink but be prayerful too.”
The members, clad in all-white sang songs of praises joyfully and danced heartily to cross over to 2022.
The church awarded the Best Protocol Officer, Best Sound Technician, Best Cleaner, Best Media Technician, and the rest for devoting their time to the church.
In a related development, the Assemblies of God, Omega House Chapel International, held its 31st night at the Koforidua Cultural centre.
Rev. Albert Asihene Arjarquah, Head Pastor of the Church urged members to believe in God, pray hard and work hard to achieve success.
He prayed for God’s guidance for the leaders administering the affairs of the country.
Source: Ghana News Agency