The Methodist Bishop for the Cape Coast Diocese, Right Rev. Nicholas K. Asane has advised Christians to spread the words of God widely in order to win more souls for Christ.
Bishop Asane said this when preaching at a special thanksgiving service to climax the end of a four-day power camp meeting organised by the Ajumako Bisease circuit of the Church at Ajumako Bisease.
The Bishop was speaking on the theme; “The bible in Christian Life and Ministry”.
He said as Christians, “we must lead exemplary lives worthy of emulation, our life style must change the people for the better within the communities in which we live”.
The Bisease circuit which was carved from the Cape Coast Diocese of the Methodist church in 1931 is made up of eleven towns, he said.
Bishop Asane commended the Superintendent Minister in charge of the Bisease Circuit, Very Rev. James K. Mensah for the good work done and advised him to kept it up to increase the number of congregation of the Church.
Rev. Mensah on his part appealed to the congregation to pray during the Lenten Season to prepare spiritually towards the Easter festivity.
Very Rev. Mensah and Rev. Yaw Addai-Yeboah led the congregation to seek divine interventions to free the nation of hardship, accidents and other plights.
Special prayers were also said for the new government and the prosperity
of the nation.