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The inability of Christians to grow their churches effectively is increasingly becoming a concerned to some pastors and churches, the founding president of Apostles/Bishops Ordination Institute (ABOI)- Africa has said.?

?Christian ministers have had a checkered history despite their effort to reach men for Christ? it seems that some of the problems affecting most men and women of God are selfishness and unbecoming conducts? which has rendered some pastors nothing to offer?

At its first consecration ceremony for pastors and bishops in Kumasi, His Eminence Archbishop Eugene Philips Finney urged Christians to avoid selfishness and other things that bring the work of God into disrupt.

He said, it is sometimes sad to take the intervention of traditional rulers to settle misunderstanding between two Christian leaders since these men of God do not have institution to guide their activities.

Under the theme ?His Ministers, a flame of fire- Hebrews 1;7b ? and organized by University of Green Hill, Denmark local chapter of ABOI-Ghana, the programme aimed at empowering pastors and bishops to global recognition of success and progress under a singular aim of Christianity growth.

The ordained pastors received International Certification in Pastoral Licensing, Ordination as Clergy and full Bishop to practice locally and internationally.

Rev. Apostle F.E. Ackah, Ashanti Regional representative of ABOI, thanked the Christians Service University College for producing men and women to spread the Gospel Truth.

The Insitutue is originated from Africa to shape genuine concerns of Christians in this 21st Century. Membership registration is opened to all individuals pastors?and co-operate bodies for the exposure of global villages through Christ.

Source: Kwabena Danso-Dapaah, Kumasi


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