A nation's progress largely depends on unity - Apostle Denson
Accra, Sept. 28, GNA - Apostle Kodwo B. Denson, General Secretary of the Apostolic Church, Ghana, on Sunday said a nation's progress largely depended on the unity of her citizens. He said: "Fake unity shrinks in the cause of time and for that reason Christians should spearhead the pure unity being sought by peace loving people in the country". Apostle Denson was preaching at a send-off ceremony for Pastor Emmanuel Kwame Ennin Donkor, who was in-charge of the Darkuman District branch of the Church and has retired. He said Christians should be charitable especially to those in need and improve their relationship with colleagues and God through communication adding "you should let God be the centre of your businesses". Apostle Denson said; "When you invite God to be in partnership, you are invariably asking Him to give you the requisite skills to improve upon your ventures". In a Citation, Pastor Donkor was commended for his dedication to work which led to the formation of a number of Assemblies, humility and excellent human relationship. Pastor Donkor was born on June 15, 1943, joined the church in Winneba in 1982 and rose from the position of a Presiding Elder to a Pastor on September 18, 1991.