Christ Apostolic unveils musical instruments
The Christ Apostolic Church International (CACI) has unveiled some musical instruments worth about 200,000 dollars to support in the Church’s nationwide “King Jesus Crusade” to win more souls.
The new loudspeakers, amplifiers, digital mixer, keyboards, drums, microphones, guitars, combos, electrical accessories and a KIA Rhino Bus were unveiled at the Agbogba branch of the Church.
The items were acquired by Prophet Amos Opare, the Host Pastor at Agbogba in the Ga East Municipality of the Greater Accra Region.
The Crusade would dwell on the messages of the end time and the second coming of Christ to draw more souls to God.
Reverend Dr Stephen Kwame Amoani, the immediate past Chairman of the CACI, who unveiled the instruments, bemoaned the false prophesies within the Christian community in recent times.
He said many men of God had, in the past, dedicated their efforts towards drawing the attention of the world to the signs of the end time to save humanity.
“Yet the propagation of false gospel, adulteration of the Gospel, and the message of Christian prosperity continue to gain grounds among the people,” he said.
Dr Amoani said it behoved on ministers of the Gospel and church leaders to use the teachings of the Bible for effective transformation of lives.
“As Christians, our mandate is to fulfil the mission and passion of Christ by bringing the lost ones to our fold to enable them to know Christ to save their souls. It is not right for some church leaders to exploit the vulnerable in society with false prophesies,” he said.
“We are ambassadors of the Christ Ministry and we are mandated to reach out to the unbeliever with the message of the end time with the view to making disciples for Christ…”
Prophet Amos Opare, on his part, outlined the programme for the crusade and said it would be held sequentially across the country, annually.
He said planning towards the “King Jesus Crusade” started 10 years ago with prayers to God for the provision of instruments and other items and “it is worth noting that we can now boast of it to the glory of God.”
Mr George Asiedu, the Presiding Elder of CACI, Agbogba branch, urged the members to actively participate in the Crusade.
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