Ghana: Churches Must Fulfill Their Heavenly Mandates Not Personal Gains

The Ghanaian Chronicle – The Overseer of the International Bishops Conference United States, Africa and the Caribbean Regions, Archbishop Leroy Bailey Junior, has called on church leaders and pastors to, first seek to fulfill the commandments assigned to them by Christ Jesus, than pursue their personal gains.

He said although every individual in the world is tied to his or her personal goals, visions and aspirations, it was more appropriate to connect it to the Divine Salvation works of the Almighty God.

Speaking at a Conference under the theme “Living Your Life’s Mission” held at the Cathedral Kingdom Power Family International at Odorkor-Tipper location, last Saturday, the Overseer noted that Church leadership was about winning souls and spreading the salvation message of Christ Jesus, which is good news unto the world.

This, he said, would be meaningful to lost souls, and would also bring glory to God on earth. Adding, “Church leadership is to live to do everything the Lord has commanded you to do. Thus, living your life’s mission.”

He explained that the significance of life was to affect other lives positively by supporting them spiritually and physically, which example, Jesus Christ had set the world to follow, saying, “So one must define, firstly, his role in the Church, before he can correctly set his goals in life.”

On Sunday, the climax of the conference ordained Mrs. Pearl Bentil into full ministry, and the unveiling of the Shepherd Cathedral formerly Bishop Dominion.

Archbishop Leroy Bailey Junior, who was visiting the country for second time with his wife to foster the growth of the church, reiterated that the Body of Christ was to preach nothing but the totality gospel of our Jesus Christ, who, himself, lived a commissioned life.

Archbishop Leroy Bailey Jnr. and his wife met with Apostle General Sam Korankye-Ankrah of Royal House Chapel, and Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams of Action Chapel International.

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