Let your behaviours speak well about the Christian faith- Pastor advises Christians

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By Lorlornyofm April 13, 2017 05:55

Let your behaviours speak well about the Christian faith- Pastor advises Christians

The Head Pastor of Generation Impact Ministries Ghana (GIM- Ghana), Pastor Philip Grace has advised Christians to let their behaviours speak well about the Christian faith in the public domain.

He said Christians must demonstrate the life of Christ in their daily life through their actions towards their fellow men.

Speaking on the ministry’s upcoming programme for the forth coming Easter on Lorlornyo FM’s Daybreak programme, Pastor Philip called on churches to monitor members of their congregation to keep track of their doings.

“Churches must know the lifestyle their members lead. They should also be interested in knowing the jobs their members are doing and how they make their monies”.

The three-day programme which commences on Friday, April 14, 2017 is dubbed, “Beyond the Cross” and themed: “That I may know him and the Power of His Resurrection” taken from Philippians 3:10.

The venue of the programme is the conference hall of Galaxy hotel, Hohoe Abansi.

Story by Geoffrey Gah-Mensah

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