Pastor Ankomako Urges Christians To Embrace Boldness In Their Faith Journey web

Pastor Ankomako Urges Christians To Embrace Boldness In Their Faith Journey

The Mile 3 District Minister of The Church of Pentecost, Pastor Joseph Ankomako, has called on Christians, particularly members of the Church, to bring their boldness to bear in all aspects of their faith journey.

During a sermon at the “Mid-Year Prayer Conference” organised by the Yennyawoso District at the Central Assembly auditorium on Wednesday, June 19, 2024, Pastor Ankomako emphasised the vital role of boldness in advancing the unleashing agenda of the Church.

Preaching on the topic, “Unleashed the Bold; Quarantine the Coward,” Pastor Ankomako defined boldness as willingness to venture out and do the right thing at the right time, despite barriers or threats that may arise.

Citing examples from biblical passages such as Daniel 5:22-31, and Acts 5:26-42, he highlighted the boldness and courage displayed by Daniel and the early disciples, encouraging believers to emulate such virtues. He expressed concern over the prevalent cowardice among modern-day Christians, emphasising the urgency to break free from the shackles of fear and embody boldness.

“It is about time that we speak with boldness. When we speak with boldness, God will glorify us,” he advised.

Pastor Ankomako, who also serves as the New Tafo Area Evangelism Ministry Leader identified various reasons for Christians’ inability to speak with boldness, including prioritizing personal safety and reputation, as well as a lack of reliance on the Holy Spirit.

Highlighting the benefits of embracing boldness, the clergyman stressed that it empowers Christians to claim their possessions, maximize their potentials, and save many souls.

Pastor Joseph Ankomako also cautioned against misconstruing timidity as genuine humility. He referenced Proverbs 28:1, urging Christians to model righteousness and exhibit the boldness of a lion.

After the sermon, he took the congregation through a period of prayer.

Report by Emmanuel Nana Nsiah

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