Right Reverend Michael Bossman, Bishop of the Koforidua Diocese of the Methodist Church, has cautioned Christian women to be cautious of false prophets and false preachers of the gospel.
He said, most Christian women in a rush to find quick relief to their challenges end up being exploited by all kinds of people and on most occasions led astray.
Rt Rev Bossman gave the warning in an address read on his behalf at this year’s Annual Diocesan Conference of the Women’s Fellowship of the Methodist Church at Koforidua.
He challenged the women’s fellowship to read the Bible since solutions to their problems could be found in the Holy Book.
The Diocesan Lay Chairman of the Church, Ms Leonie Florence Gyebi Twum called on the members of the Fellowship to strategise in the face of growing sophistication of modern society with the advent of the internet and social media and their impact on the society especially the youth.
She tasked the members of the fellowship, as mothers of the church, to educate the youth to use the modern gadgets effectively to learn how to live quality Christians lives.
Ms Janet Agyeman Badu, Past Secretary of the Fellowship, advised the various circuits of the fellowship to motivate young women of the Church to join the fellowship.