Book Launch: Crying Beyond The Crowd - The Inside Story
A book titled, "Crying beyond the crowd" has been launched in Cape Coast in the Central Region over the weekend. The book seeks to reveal the truth that will help readers to develop the attitude of persistent prayer that goes beyond the crowd around them.
The resident Pastor of PIWC Rev. Isaac Duku said, "a lot of prayers and resources have been committed into the book writing." He urged the gathering to obtain the book in other to boost their spiritual life, saying, "when one takes the pain to write, you must take the pain to read."
Tony the poet, on his part admonished the Congregation, the need of spiritual eye to achieve things which has become burdensome. He noted that the only way to get full spiritual well-being is to read cry beyond the crowd.
Rev. Ike Hawkson of the Calvary Charismatic Church, defies the assertion that there are no good things in Cape Coast. He said this is auspicious time to support objective authors to ascend the ladder.
The 33-years experience Pastor recommended the book arguing that, the book is powerful and gives hope.
"If you are able to down the crowd, then things which seems impossible will be is possible." Rev. Hawkson added.
He encouraged the congregations to be part of the history making by propagating the message of Enerst Gyan (the author of the book.)
Dr Aron Offei who chaired the event congratulated the author for his time in bringing such a wonderful book.
The former Brong Ahafo and Central Regional Director of Health Services indulge everyone to support young men that have a bright future.
The head Pastor of Holy Hill Assemblies of God, Rev. Kwadwo Boateng Bempon, on his part said, if there is a man to pray, then there is a God to hear.
According to him, God can answer all questions but through prayer. "If men spend more time to pray, all problems would have been solved by now. When one prays humanity consult divinity and results follow." He added.
The author of Crying beyond the crowd, Enerst Sarfo Gyan at his Maiden book launch told Class News' Maxwell Attah that "the world is unfair but with prayer it will be a fair one." adding "The righteous cry, and the Lord hearth, and delivered them out of all their troubles."
The book launch, which took place at PIWC in Cape Coast, on Sunday, June 4, was was attended by respected members of society including administrative and clinical Staff of Cape Coast Teaching Hospital.