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28.11.2008 Religion

Methodists Discuss Ways To Progress

By Our Reporter -

Accra Diocese Men's Fellowship of he Methodist Church, has organized a “Bishop's Breakfast Meeting,” with the theme: “Meeting for the master's use.'

It was to offer the Bishop a platform to share his ideas, vision and interact with the Men's Fellowship as to how best Methodism could move forward and stand the test of time.

The Bishop of the Accra Diocese, the Right Reverend Abraham Tagoe, urged Christians to be obedient and have faith and believe in God at all times so that their prayer could be answered.

He said “Christianity is not only about going to church but having faith, believing and understanding the teachings of God , since He is the only one who can solve all the problems of mankind.”

Bishop Tagoe said the Men's Fellowing was very crucial and ought to intensify its efforts to spread the gospel and ensure that the message of God got to the people at various levels so that more souls could be won, inadvertently change the negative attitude in the society for better.

On his part the Reverend Ishmael Kotey, Assistant Headmaster of Wesley Grammar School, said that God could use anybody who was ready, for noble work, and that non was perfect but the most important thing was faithfulness.

He said “real Methodism has to do with constant and proper prayers because good things do not happen on a silver platter. “studying the work of God is the weapon of a true Christian.  A true Christian should be Faithful,  Available and Teachable (FAT)”.

Reverend Mrs. Regina Adu, who led the devotion, said more efforts were needed to move Christianity forward and cautioned them not to waste time on unnecessary things because it yielded no good for mankind.