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Role of the church in development cannot be underestimated, says Wengam

He said aside providing spiritual support, the church has played major roles in building educational and health facilities, among other interventions, geared towards improving the lives of the citizenry

The general superintendent of the Assemblies of God Ghana, Stephen Yenusome Wengam, has said that the church deserves commendation for its role in national development.

He said aside providing spiritual support, the church has played major roles in building educational and health facilities, among other interventions, geared towards improving the lives of the citizenry.

Wengam was speaking at the fifth Greater Accra East Regional Council meeting at the Assemblies of God Retreat and Resort Centre in Shai Hills, near Tema.

He said the church has many of its members using their skills and knowledge to help to build Ghana. 

He noted that not all churches mismanage their offerings. Most churches use their offerings for development purposes.

He said “I dare say take the church out and this country will come to a halt.”

Wengam emphasized that it is high time Ghanaians, especially Christians, subject themselves to the Holy Spirit to enable them to walk in integrity.

He said “infusion of holiness in one’s moral fiber will help to reduce corruption and other unacceptable behaviours in the country.”

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