Christians asked to embrace national programmes
Akim Oda (E/R), March 30, GNA - Christian Youth in the country, have been advised to guard against immoral behavior and persistent acts of indiscipline, because they risk compromising their future.
Rev. Dr. Daniel Tamakloe Doe, General Overseer of the New Jerusalem Healing Church with its headquarters at Dunkwa-On-Offin, was speaking at the closing of a Bible Week organised by the Youth of the Akim Oda branch of the church.
It was under the theme: The Bible and Reconciliation.
He asked the youth to embrace national programmes and contribute towards helping to realize the Better Ghana Agenda
Rev. Dr. Doe stressed that Christians must at all times adopt Christian methods in reconciling feuding parties.
He advised Ghanaians to be law-abiding, so as to live in peace and harmony with one another.
The General Overseer observed that teenagers, young men and women who joined bad companies, stood to lose greatly if they persisted in exhibiting bad behavior, and called on traditional rulers to help eradicate indiscipline from the society.
He urged the youth to put the interest of the nation above their ideological, political and parochial interests, adding it behoves on them to use their exuberant energies to pursue the development agenda of the nation. GNA