The General Superintendent of Assemblies of Ghana, Rev Dr Stephen Wengam has underlined the urgent need to infuse the spirit of holiness in all dimensions of national life. This , he said, is the most effective way to reverse the rampant decay all over country and put the nation on a firm path of progress and prosperity.
Rev Dr Wengam was preaching on “ the Glorious End of a Holy Walk, at the funeral service at the forecourt of the State House for Rev George Annan, former Greater Accra Regional Superintendent and Head Pastor for Exhibition Assemblies of God, Ghana at Dansoman in Accra.
He said the label of Ghana as a religious nation with more than 70 percentage Christian will ring hollow if corruption, stealing , immortality and other anti- social vices dominate national life.
“The solution is holiness. And the infusion of holiness must start with pastors, church members and extend to the society in general, “ Rev Wengam stressed.
Describing Rev Annan as a real symbol of holiness , the General Superintendent also extolled him for his instrumental role in establishing 50 churches and producing 60 pastors.
Rev Dr Wengam announced that like Rev Annan, members of Executive Presbytery, the highest decision making body of Assemblies of God, will be given National Heroes Burial when they pass , in line with the Transformation Agenda of the Church.
Meanwhile, Rev Dr Wengam and wife, Lady ( Mrs) Monica Wengam have visited Brong Ahafo Region “C” of Assemblies of God, Ghana. Rev Wengam led a three hour , non- stop prayer session at Mim Central Assemblies of God, Ghana focusing on repentance and rededication, thanksgiving and worship, intercessory prayer and spiritual impartation.
Rev Wengam also led pastors and their wives to renew their marriage vows to strengthen their marriages.
For her part, Lady Mrs Monica Wengam presented a piece of cloth each and undisclosed amount of money to widows of pastors and wives of retired ministers.Again each retired minister received a cash amount as gift whiles every pastor’s wife was given a piece of cloth.
The Regional Superintendent, Rev Stephen Osei Owusu commended the first couple of the church for “this innovative initiative and special kindness “ extended to participants.
Present was the General Treasurer, Rev Dr Simon Abu Baba.