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International Ministers Conference acknowledges role of Ghanaian pastors

Bishop Dag Heward-Mills, Dr. Lawrence Tetteh, Pastor Chris Oyakilome & Pastor Benny Hinn

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The just ended Special International Ministers Conference, hosted in Accra, on healing and evangelism, has acknowledged the leading role some Ghanaian Ministers of God are playing to spread the gospel and bring healing to the sick.

The just ended Special International Ministers Conference, hosted in Accra, on healing and evangelism, has acknowledged the leading role some Ghanaian Ministers of God are playing to spread the gospel and bring healing to the sick.

The Conference, which was under the auspices of Evangelist Benny Hinn of the Benny Hinn Ministries and Pastor Chris Oyakilome of Christ Embassy praised Dr Lawrence Tetteh of the Worldwide Miracle Outreach, Bishop Dag Heward-Mills of the Light House Chapel, and Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams of Action Chapel International, acknowledging that their ministries had touched the world, contributing greatly to the spread of the gospel.

Also acknowledged were Bishop Gideon Titi Ofei of the International Gospel Church, the Reverend Steve Mensah of the Charismatic Evangelistic Ministry and Rev Robert Ampiah- Kwofie of the Global Revival Ministries.

During an interactive session, the participants expressed the need for unity, which they said was crucial to the growth of the Church.

Dr Tetteh told the Ghana News Agency that the event was very successful since it gave the ministers the platform to raise crucial issues bothering on the progress and spread of the gospel worldwide.

“The Conference re-emphasised the need for the unity of the brethren as the solid foundation of the Church and encouraged the support of the clergy and members of the clergy to support ourselves.

“I must stress that without unity and the common sense of purpose the universal Church would not make progress in the missionary duties of Christ, which is facing serious challenges globally. There is the need for the Church to unite. Unity, unity and unity I must stress,” Dr Tetteh said.