Ghanaians face a crucial choice in December – Lordina Mahama

By Majesty 3 Min Read

Mrs. Lordina Mahama, the former first lady of Ghana, has noted that this year is significant. Ghanaians will have to make the crucial decision to choose a president on December 7.

 Speaking during the National Conference of the Ministers’ Wives Association of the Assemblies of God Ghana, Mrs. Lordina Mahama said the following. 

Even in this age of disinformation and material influence, Mrs. Mahama, a devout Christian, prayed that God would give Ghanaians the spirit of sound judgement to make the right decision. 

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Joining her in prayer for her husband, John Dramani Mahama, “for God to grant his heart’s desire and bless him with divine empowerment to change the destiny of Ghana for the better,” she invited the wives of pastors to do the same. 

Ghanaians face a crucial choice in December – Lordina Mahama

Mrs. Mahama expressed her gratitude to the wives of the pastors in the Assemblies of God churches for their wise guidance, maternal love, and charity towards their flocks. She noted that many pastor’s wives work in the most isolated and rural areas of the nation and thanked them for their sacrifices. 

She thought it was wonderful that so many pastors’ wives have gained the knowledge and abilities necessary to serve their congregations both materially and emotionally via the Pastors’ Wives Association of the Assemblies of God. 

During her speech, Mrs. Monica Wengam, National President of the Ministers’ Wives Association of the Assemblies of God, covered a lot of ground regarding the church and how a pastor’s wife can help win people over to Christ, particularly in these last days and in the midst of the moral decay we are seeing. 

She clarified that pastors’ wives make a significant contribution to restraining the LGBTQ+ agenda when they support evangelism and take part in church planting. 

Rev. Stephen Wengam, General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God, Ghana, enumerated the tremendous assistance that pastors get from their spouses. He stated, “The story of selfless service and boundless sacrifice is amplified by pastors’ wives in deprived communities where pastors earn peanuts.

He asked God to bless the wives of all such pastors. He did, however, issue a warning, saying that no pastor’s wife should ever turn into the wife of Job (Job 2:9–11). 

He specifically counselled the Assemblies of God, Ghana pastors’ wives to “continually model the way for their congregations, especially the women and ladies.” He thought this would have a big impact on the nation’s church-building efforts. 

The seminar, entitled “Seasoned to Send the Light,” drew in two thousand spouses of pastors. Ministerial ethics, stress and mental wellness, the pastor’s wife and emotional intelligence, personal grooming and social skills, and leading outside the box were among the subjects covered.

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