Rev Dr Ayim-Nyarkoh Amanfo and wife (seated) flanked by some seasoned men of God that attended
the event

REV DR KOJO Osei-Wusuh, President, Ghana Baptist University College (GBUC), has expressed gross concern over the spate at which some men of God are chasing money to the neglect of the Word.

He opined that ministers were rather using their positions to amass wealth for themselves instead of concentrating on their core duty of winning souls for God?s kingdom.

?There is a mad rush for money in the church. Today, a lot of strange characters have also infiltrated into the church, and their only desire is just to acquire wealth,? Rev Dr Osei-Wusuh complained bitterly.

The President of GBUC charged Christian leaders particularly pastors, to refrain from dedicating their time and energy to chasing materials things which were of no value in the sight of God.

He tasked men of God to work assiduously to win souls for God?s kingdom and abstain from all sinful acts that had the potential of denting the image of Christian religion.

Rev Dr Osei-Wusuh was addressing the congregation of All Souls Baptist Church Terbanacle of Praise at Adoato-Adumanu during the ordination, robbing and induction service of Rev Dr Ayim- Nyarkoh Amanfo.

He entreated Christians to rise and do the work of God in truth and in unity at all time, so as to help transform the work of God and woo more people into the Christian faith.

Rev Dr Ayim-Nyarkoh Amanfo is a learned man, who holds PHD in Strategic Management from Business University of Costa Rica.

He also holds MBA in Banking and Finance and BSc in Marketing.

In the Christian ministry, he was a deacon for four years at the St James Baptist Church where he also served in various committees including marriage, finance and children ministry.

Rev Dr Amanfo who holds Master of Art in Christian Education, Bachelor of Theology, is known for his charitable works and great passion to spread God?s word to win more souls.

FROM I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr., Kumasi

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