The Living Faith Theological Seminary, a Ghana-based international Bible College in collaboration with the United States International Faith Ministry Council and the Regent University College of Science and Technology has ordained 98 Ministers into active spiritual service.
Comprising four apostles, two bishops, six prophets, six reverend ministers and 80 pastors, the ministers obtained diplomas and certificates in theology.
Speaking at the 12th graduation, consecration and ordination ceremony held in Accra on the theme “anointing for greater works”, Apostle Dr Peter Wilson, Africa Director of the Living Faith Theological Seminary advised the newly ordained ministers of the gospel to intensify evangelism to win more souls to the Kingdom of God.
He said aside the spiritual upbringing and development of their congregation, there was the need for the men and women of God to contribute towards facilitating accelerated national development.
Apostle Dr Wilson noted that the church remained a major partner towards nation building and the government relied mostly on it to push and improve on quality education, health and social infrastructure.
In an interview with the Ghana News Agency (GNA), Apostle Gabriel Asirifi, one of the newly ordained Ministers advised his colleagues to be faithful to God and serve humanity in humility.
He advised them against worldly amusements, which could truncate their divine call, and urged them to live holy and righteous lives, and preach unadulterated word of God.