John Dramani Mahama, a former president of Ghana, has praised how the Assemblies of God altered his life.
When the Executive Presbytery of the Assemblies of God Ghana, led by the General Superintendent, Rev. Stephen Wengam, made him a courtesy visit in Accra, the former president Mahama was speaking.
Mr. Mahama, who is an Assemblies of God member, expressed the hope that Ghana’s church leadership can be a useful resource for improving the country.
The former President heard the vision of the church’s new leadership from Rev. Stephen Wengam, the general superintendent of AG Ghana.
The church’s leadership urged Christians who work in politics to reflect the qualities of Jesus in their vocations.
As commanded by the Bible, Rev. Wengam challenged Christians to be the light of the world.
The delegation also spoke with Georgina Theodora Woode, a former chief justice and Assemblies of God member.
She praised the new leadership team’s vision. The “transformation Agenda” was given a name and placed a strong emphasis on administrative and church planting improvements.
The former CJ advised Christian leaders to acquire technical expertise in ADR so they can settle disputes without going to court.