Pastor trainee ask Christians to bury differences



Accra, April 1, GNA – Pastor Philip Yaw Atsiago, a trainee pastor at the Legon Theological Seminary, has called on Ghanaians to take advantage of the Easter celebration and bury their differences for national development.

He also asked Christians to show compassion for their fellow human beings as Christ did to the people.

Pastor Atsiago in an Easter message delivered at the Batsona Evangelical Presbyterian Church on Sunday on the theme: ‘Jesus has Victory Over Death’, said the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ was a victory worth celebrating.

He called on Christians ‘to continually proclaim the good news of the Lord to the outside world and live exemplary lives’.

The congregation sung and danced to gospel songs to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.