Resident Pastor of the Atasemanso branch of the Calvary Charismatic Center (CCC) have decried bad behavior and overindulgence during Easter festivities.
Pastor Samuel Aduama has advised Christians to use the Easter period as a period of reflection and not partying.
He also says Christians should take advantage of the season to forgive each other and forge ahead in God because “Jesus brought Reconciliation”.
Pastor Samuel Aduama was addressing journalists at the Church premises at Atasemanso on the church’s “Redemption Parade” programme.
The Redemption Parade is the church’s Easter Convention which is stretching for the whole week.
The CCC Pastor used the opportunity of the press conference to invite all in and around Kumasi to attend the weeklong power-packed event.
He assured that the Redemption Parade will showcase “anointed men of God who bring God’s word and demonstrate the power of the Holy Spirit”. He mentioned names like Apostle Raymond Acquah and Rev. Joshua Obeng who he said are being used by God to do mighty works.
“Whatever it is that you are believing God for will be done and your life will never be the same” he assured residents of the Ashanti region and encouraged them to attend.
The Redemption Parade started Sunday evening and will run through till Resurrection Sunday starting 6pm each day.
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