The General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God, Ghana, Rev. Dr. Stephen Wengam, has urged the media, especially Christian journalists, to be vigilant gatekeepers over stories related to the Christian faith.

In an interaction in Accra with media personalities who are members of Assemblies of God, Rev Dr Wengam emphasized the need to avoid negative depictions of ministers of God without justification. He called for responsible journalism to ensure the positive image of the church.
Rev. Dr. Wengam briefed the journalists on the Transformation Agenda of the Assemblies of God with emphasis on the 6 Rs- to Reach every community with the word of God, Rebuild the church’s human capital and infrastructure, Restore its Pentecostal fervor , Reform the church’s administrative structure, Reposition Assemblies of God as the leading Pentecostal church in Ghana , and Rebrand its image to utmost heights.
He urged them to fully support the realization of the Transformation Agenda and share the church’s vision to the world. “ It’s time to tell our story and let the whole world know that currently, Assemblies of God is the largest Pentecostal church in the world,” he declared.
The General Superintendent acknowledged the contributions of Assemblies of God members to the nation, stating, “We’ve paid our dues to the nation; our members have risen to the highest offices in this country. We have what it takes to take leadership positions in Ghana.”

Rev Stephen Wengam, General Superintendent

Rev Dr Wengam said through responsible and positive storytelling, the Assemblies of God can continue to play a significant role in shaping the narrative of Christianity in Ghana.

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