Glory Gate Chapel holds thanksgiving service for Ghana @60 - Ghana News Agency



By Deborah Apetorgbor, GNA

Accra, March 14, GNA - The Glory Gate Chapel Worldwide has held a thanksgiving service for the nation’s 60th Anniversary to understand God for six many years of His goodness.

The particular service, which was the second of its sort, was dubbed: “Ghana @60 Celebration and Declaration Service: Hold Believing God’s Greatest for Ghana”.

Pastor Samuel Ansong Boateng, the Head Pastor of the Church, who led the congregation by way of praises, expressed gratitude to God for main the nation via six many years of political freedom.

He elaborated the church’s position in nation constructing and admonished the congregants to assume critically and use their God-given skills to develop the nation.

Pastor Boateng suggested them to wish and search God’s face for the nation and its leaders as doing so would uplift the particular person’s life.

“Search for the peace of the town/nation whereby you dwell, for in its peace, you shall have peace,” he stated, including that God had given each believer the duty to work arduous and look out for the most effective for his or her nation.

He, nevertheless, decried the extent of politicisation that threatened each facet of nationwide life as individuals had usually develop into susceptible to seeing issues by way of political lenses.

Pastor Boateng famous that Christians have been at liberty to affiliate to or dissociate themselves from political events, however that partisan politics ought to stop instantly after elections.

Mr Kwabena Agyarko, the Member of Parliament for Ayawaso West Wuogon, recommended the church’s thoughtfulness in organising the thanksgiving service.

He stated authorities officers sought political workplace to raised the lives of individuals by giving them primary facilities.

“There isn't any level to be in authorities if you can't handle and enhance the lives of the individuals,” he stated.

The Celebration and Declaration Service for the Ghana@60 Anniversary, which included a prophetic declaration of a ‘New Ghana,’ was organised precisely a decade after the primary occasion throughout Ghana’s 50th Anniversary.

Current on the service have been representatives of the Chief of Employees, Mrs Akosua Frema Osei-Opare, Mr Tony Forson, the Vice President of the Ghana Bar Affiliation, and affiliate pastors from Nigeria and Ghana.