Source: GNA - Three pastors of the Proving God Bible Ministries International (PGBMI) in Accra, have been ordained, with a call on them to recognize and accept their talents as gifts of God.
Right Reverend Isaac Eric Kwadwo Asante, Founder and Head Pastor of Believers' Christian Church International, who made the call at the impressive ordination ceremony at Dome in Accra, advised the newly-ordained men of God not to underrate or misuse their God-given talents.

The three were Pastor Samuel Sarpong Agyemang from Akim Oda in the Eastern Region; Pastor Yaw Owusu from Agona Swedru in the Central Region; and Pastor Vincent Owusu Kwarteng from Kadjebi in the Volta Region

Rt Rev Asante whose message title was: 'Experiencing Your Talent as a Gift of God,' further advised the new priests to cater for the general wellbeing of individuals in the house of God, and the betterment of all and sundry who sought the face of God.

Bishop Asante reminded them that they would be held accountable if they failed to value and appreciate their talents, and used them to glorify God

Rev Dr Joseph Okyere Sarpong, Founder and Head Pastor of PGBMI, in an Apostolic Exhortation, reminded the new pastors that by their ordination, they were more committed to God than before.

Rev Dr Sarpong advised them to build their families in the Lord, and teach them in His way.

He further urged the new priests to embrace knowledge, seek for it with all diligence through constant studies, and that would make them current before God.

'You must have heart for the dying world; be compassionate to the dying souls, the helpless and the needy, and all other people in times of need,' Rev Dr Sarpong told the new pastors.

As anointed men of God, he said, they should rather be a blessing and not a burden to their neighbours.

The newly-ordained pastors thanked God for accepting them in His Vineyard, and asked for His rich blessings on their lives to enable them live up to expectation.

They were full of praise for their families, friends and well-wishers for their support and encouragement during their training period.
 


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