Akwasi Boateng Celebrates 21 years in Ministry

Amakom (Ash) � Ace Gospel musician, Evangelist Edward Akwasi Boateng is celebrating 21 years in evangelisation through Gospel Music, with a call on Ghanaian youth to desist from the current spate of get rich quick attitudes.

Speaking in an interview with the Ghana News Agency, during the launch of his 9th Album, at the Grace Baptist Church, Amakom � Kumasi, as part of activities marking 21 years of evangelising through music, the experienced Accordion player reminded the youth that there was more to life than money.

Let’s use our God �given talents for the good of our countrymen, but not for dubious activities that can destroy us and retard the growth and development of our nation.

Evangelist Akwasi Boateng recounted his personal life experiences and said if he had not trusted and remained faithful to God, he would not have come this far, and giving new things to a new generation.

He, therefore, urged the youth to always trust in God the creator, and wait patiently at his feet, through prayers, for him to direct the course of their lives to eternal peace.

He said life was not a race and that God had time and purpose for all mankind, all we need is to be patient and wait upon him, for God’s time is the best.

The renowned Gospel Musician urged his colleagues in the industry to trust the living God to grant them divine direction in their ministry in order to save souls and heal and unite nations through their song ministration and lifestyles.

‘Everybody is mentioning and talking about God, but who is your God?’ he quizzed gospel musicians in the country.

Source: Ghana News Agency

Akwasi Boateng Celebrates 21 years in Ministry

Amakom (Ash) � Ace Gospel musician, Evangelist Edward Akwasi Boateng is celebrating 21 years in evangelisation through Gospel Music, with a call on Ghanaian youth to desist from the current spate of get rich quick attitudes.

Speaking in an interview with the Ghana News Agency, during the launch of his 9th Album, at the Grace Baptist Church, Amakom � Kumasi, as part of activities marking 21 years of evangelising through music, the experienced Accordion player reminded the youth that there was more to life than money.

Let’s use our God �given talents for the good of our countrymen, but not for dubious activities that can destroy us and retard the growth and development of our nation.

Evangelist Akwasi Boateng recounted his personal life experiences and said if he had not trusted and remained faithful to God, he would not have come this far, and giving new things to a new generation.

He, therefore, urged the youth to always trust in God the creator, and wait patiently at his feet, through prayers, for him to direct the course of their lives to eternal peace.

He said life was not a race and that God had time and purpose for all mankind, all we need is to be patient and wait upon him, for God’s time is the best.

The renowned Gospel Musician urged his colleagues in the industry to trust the living God to grant them divine direction in their ministry in order to save souls and heal and unite nations through their song ministration and lifestyles.

‘Everybody is mentioning and talking about God, but who is your God?’ he quizzed gospel musicians in the country.

Source: Ghana News Agency