Leave Behind An Enviable Track Record - Apostle Kotei-Djani Tells Church Leaders web

Leave Behind An Enviable Track Record – Apostle Kotei-Djani Tells Church Leaders

The Techiman Area Head and Executive Council Member of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Isaac Nii Kotei-Djani, has advised church leaders to discharge their duties with dexterity so as to leave behind an enviable track record as God’s workers.

Apostle Nii Kotei-Djani said this on Tuesday, March 12, 2024, at the Dwomor Central Assembly church auditorium during a consultative meeting with officers in the Techiman Zone of the Area.

Speaking on the topic: “What is your track record?” the Techiman Area Head said that every church leader will leave behind either a good or bad record at the end of their Christian service.

Taking inference from Exodus 32:19-22, Apostle Kotei-Djani posited that the Israelites built a particular track record for themselves during their journey in the wilderness, as they were described by Aaron as people “prone to evil.”

This, according to the Techiman Area Head, was a track record that the Israelites had earned, albeit a bad one.

He further explained that two facts about track records are that they are known by the people around them and are either positive or negative.

Apostle Nii Kotei-Djani cited David as an example of a person who had a good track record.

Reading from 1 Samuel 17:34-36, Apostle stated that “David had a record of rescuing, saving (defending), and defeating enemies. He defeated the lions and bears, he rescued his sheep from its prey, and he also defeated Goliath.”

He noted that one’s track record reveals where they are heading, stressing that: “It is possible that per your track record, you can be classified as either a leader who destroys or a leader who builds.”

He, therefore, urged church leaders to strive hard to develop a track record of building whatever is entrusted to them.

Report by Techiman Area Media Team

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