LoSIN to pray for Ghana on Independence Day
Accra- The Ladies of Substance International Network (LOSIN) will hold a national intercessory prayer for Ghana, at the Police Church auditorium on the Independence Day, March 6, 2016.
The move is to rally women to come together with an understanding heart and commitment to pray for the country to succeed. The prayer session would be on the theme: Exalting Ghana through Righteousness.
LoSIN is a Christian women’s fellowship made up of career women and professionals that are committed to praying and studying the word of God to change families, societies and the nation at large.
Briefing the Ghana News Agency in an interview, the President of LoSIN, Pastor Mrs Abena Asare, said women had always been special instruments that God used for transformation and cited historical times where Yaa Asantewa, and biblical Queen Esther were used to bring liberation to their people.
She said in the Bible where their inspiration came from, it was realised that women played a significant role in reversing many deadly situations adding that We believe that we can stand to reverse the many challenges Ghana is going through in prayers.
Pastor Mrs Asare, noted that in all the national sectors; be it health or economy, Ghana was challenged and mentioned the current maternal mortality, breast and cervical cancer, which threatened the health of many women would be on their prayers list.
She enumerated the recent armed robbery cases, saddened deaths and the high rates of youth unemployment as some of the reasons for us to stand in the gap and pray for our nation Ghana.
She said, the challenges of Ghana was not above the power of God to intervene and that it was just a matter of committing it to him through prayers and leading a righteous and upright lives that would exalt the name of God for him to turn our fortunes around.
Pastor Mrs Asare, therefore called on all Ghanaian women irrespective of their background to join the LoSIN to intercede on behalf of Ghana on such an auspicious occasion of its independence celebration, adding, we believe that things will not be the same again.
Reverend Dr Christine Doe Tetteh and Pastor Charles Asare are billed to lead in these special prayers for Ghana.
Source: Ghana News Agency