Sunday, August 26, 2018

Preach against greed, selfishness and corruption – Anglican Clergy

From Ghana-

Churches operating within the country have been urged to preach boldly against greed, selfishness and corruption in the quest to holistically develop the country.

They are also to encourage their members to eschew all forms of immoral and deviant behaviours and rather serve as role models to their peers at homes or work environment.
The Venerable Emmanuel Mensah, Chairman of the Ghana Anglican Clergy Association (GACA) stated this in an eight point communique copied to the Ghana News Agency,  after the 10th  Biennial Conference of the Association in Takoradi in the Western Region.
The conference was on the theme: “Nation Building and the Bible: the Role of the Anglican Priest”.
The communique intimated that the GACA had seen nation building as a collaborative effort by the citizenry and other key stakeholders to deliver on the aspirations and visions of the country and therefore the government must strive to harness both human and natural resources for wealth creation and development.
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