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80% Of Ghanaian Pastors Do Not Preach On Salvation–Says Kwaku Owusu Ansah

Radio Broadcaster, Kwaku Owusu Ansah has called on Ghanaian Pastors to

curtail the long hours of preaching and plunge into teachings to allow

the youth to ask questions on issues that is bothering their mind.

The Outspoken Broadcaster told Felix Adjei (Mr. Lattus) on J.life Fm

Gospel Chart Show that; "churches have been relegated to

A.B.C (Attendance, building and cash). so it's difficult to see

majority of pastors preaching about salvation, I can say for a fact

that about 80% of Ghanaian pastors do not preach on the word

salvation."

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He observed that we have entered into a brave new world–and things are

only going to get stranger from here on out. hence, Ghanaian pastors

should also adopt a strategy in order to save more souls.

"Satan is adopting plan b; so they should also adopt plan b+, I am not

saying they should stop preaching outright but the teachings of the

word of god should be dominating. we are tired of the preach on!–

preach on thing, motivational messages and numerous prophecies."

He bemoaned that, "most pastors cannot even explain their quotations

well when they are preaching; the bible states clearly that, Jesus

went and taught, and he didn't went to preach….so pastors must begin

to teach their followers instead of wasting long hours in preaching

which is not making any positive impact on their lives."

According to him the acceptance of same sex marriages in some part of

the world; the call of Germany's National Ethics Council to legalize

incest (the law that will allow brothers and sisters to marry without

being punish) clearly shows that the end of this world is at hand.

Compiled By: Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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