The Presiding Apostle of Love Community Chapel, George Ayiku has urged Christians to let their lives shine and impact positively on members of the communities they reside.
According to him, Christians must portray true love and service to mankind in order to win more souls for Christ.
Speaking to the GPCC News Team in an interview, Apostle Ayiku who is also the founder of the church said, Christians should re-dedicate themselves to the service of God by upholding the Christian virtues and teaching their children about the tenets of the religion.
“It is only by living deeper Christian life and adhering to the values of Christianity that the Ghanaian society would be transformed to foster peace, unity and progress to the country,” he said.
“Following the footsteps of Christ and obeying the word of God would bring about the much-needed transformation and the end to conflicts and moral decadence in society,” the Man of God noted.
Serve as Instrument of Change
Apostle Ayiku who is also a member of the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC) mentioned that, ministers of the gospel should use their love for God in fulfilling and performing their duties on earth.
“Jesus was able to fulfil the assignment because of the love for God and if you use God’s gift and the love for him to minister, you will serve as instruments of reconciliation for all manner of people,” the Clergyman said.
He stressed that, it is time for Christians to reflect on the love of Jesus as well as the reconciliatory power of His blood.
Christians, he said must continue to live as salt and light in their communities, discharging their spiritual and social responsibilities diligently to bring total transformation in the country.
Church leaders, he noted must be seen to be delivering on their prophetic mandate while Prophets and prayer warriors should take their positions as the watchmen God has set over the nation to discharge their civic responsibilities to the state.
Evangelism is Key
Touching on Evangelism, Apostle Ayiku pointed out that, most Christians are reluctant to go on evangelism, but “it is our core mandate to spread the gospel.”
He therefore, reminded Christians to intensify the drive in evangelism as a means of bringing hope and salvation to the people and also do all they could to support development projects initiated by the church.
The minister of God urged Christians to remain steadfast in their faith and have abiding trust in God since there was salvation for those who worshipped God in truth.
He encouraged members to be kind to others and do what was noble and dignified. “Endeavour to lead lives that will bring honour and dignity to the church,” he said.
SOURCE: GPCC NEWS