Adults urged to emulate Jesus’ life
The head of Tema Community
Nine Branch of the Action Chapel, Reverend Samuel Boadi-Darkwah, on Friday admonished Ghanaian adults to lead lives worthy of emulation by the youth to enable them to become responsible future leaders.
Delivering the sermon on the theme; “Credible change through the Cross” during a Good Friday service, he said the nation stands to loose if adults failed in their duty to shape the lives of the youth.
He said “Christ went through humiliation to die on the Cross to save our sins and this should be reciprocated with humility, love for one another, tolerance and honesty in all spheres of life, else Jesus suffering would be in vain.”
Adults therefore owed it a duty to train the young ones in a Christian ways so that they do not go astray.
Rev. Boadi-Darkwah said as the crucifixion tended to reconcile mankind, all those with differences between them should see the need to come together and forge
ahead for a peaceful nation.
Almost all open spaces in the Tema city are being used for convention by the Pentecostal and Charismatic churches.