Church prays for national progress
A Pastor has called on Ghanaians to pursue the truth in order to help move the country forward in its development process.
He noted that without the truth, it would be difficult for Ghanaians to provide decent livelihood to enhance their lifestyle.
Rev. Daniel T. K. Doe, Founder of New Jerusalem Healing Church at Odobeng in the Asikuma Odobeng Brakwa District, made the call in a sermon to end three days of fasting and prayers for the nation, the President and Ministers of State.
It was attended by about 200 delegates from four branches of the Church, as well as invited pastors from some of the local churches.
Rev. Doe asked for God's guidance for the pursuit of policies that would lead to the growth and development of the country.
He charged Ghanaians to chart a new course of moral and spiritual development and to make every effort to sustain it throughout the coming year.
The Founder asked Christians not only to commit themselves to church activities but, also to national development. He called for active women's participation in both church and State activities for the rapid development of the country.