Ghana: Attitudinal Change Is Key to Economic Transformation – Apostle Wood

Aps Ekow Badu WoodThe Chronicle, Kumasi — Apostle Ekow Wood, Head of the Church of Pentecost at Kwadaso, a suburb of Kumasi, has challenged church leaders to always preach repentance, moral and attitudinal changes in society to help transform the ailing economy of Ghana.

According to him, prayers alone are not enough to bring change and improve the economy, stressing that when Ghanaians, in general, and the political leadership, respond to the call of God through repentance and faith, the country can be redeemed.

Apostle Wood, who is also the Ashanti Regional Chairman of Global Evangelists, stated that as long as Ghanaians remain unrepentant of their immorality, the doors of prosperity would remain closed.

Speaking at the launching of Global Evangelist in partnership with all Christian groups and organisations, which will take effect in about 2,000 countries across the globe, Apostle Wood urged fellow colleagues of the Gospel to preach the message in simple terms and explain in patience to bring a change in hearts, for understanding leads to change in behaviour and repentance, and urged the church to wake-up.

He observed that in witnessing, one should tell the people his or her own experience in Christ and add the gospel.

Rev. James Ekow Walker, National Coordinator of Global Evangelists, said their target was to reach to about 200,000 people, through the motivation of members of the Christian family to voluntarily reach out to their communities.

He disclosed that close to about 97% professional Evangelists failed to share the word of God, the message of salvation and their faith with others, which, he said, was very sad, and called for a change on the part of the professional evangelists.

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