Missionary women asked to be Godly

Yendi (N/R), Sept.
7, GNA – The North Eastern Mission Field Women Missionary Union, has called on
women missionaries to have a Godly character, as they are chosen to preach the
gospel to have an impact on people.

Deaconess Mrs Rose
Karikari Anang of Great Baptist Church of Sakumono made the call when she
addressed five-day conference organised by the Global Mission Field Women
Missionary Union at Yendi in the Yendi Municipality of Northern Region.

The conference on
the theme: “The role of the Godly women fulfillment of the Commission,” was
attended by 420 women.

Mrs Anang who was
the main speaker of the conference asked the women to be respectful, peaceful
and tolerant towards their neighbours, communities, and those they share the
gospel with.

She advised them to
sacrifice to serve their homes, communities and the country as a whole in
fulfilling the Great Mission.

She said by so doing
it would benefit their communities and bring about development.

Reverend Emmanuel
Kwabena Mustapha, the Founder and Executive Director of Global Missions, urged
the women to go and serve the Lord with Christ power with the permission from
Christ to go and fulfill the calling to bring up disciples in the world.

Rev Mustapha advised
the participants to work hard and stay out from acts that would lead to
violence during, before and after the Presidential and Parliamentary elections
on December 7 and rather encourage people to approach the exercise with peace.

He said this is
important because when there is war it is women and children who suffer most.

He called on the
electorate to vote on issues and not to view their political rivals as enemies.

The conference
selected an 11-member committee to steer the affairs of the Union for the next
three years, with Mrs Justine Atsu as President.

There were
intercessory prayers for peaceful elections.


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