Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International pays courtesy call on Moderator

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The National Executive of the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International (FGBMFI) on Tuesday, 20th December, 2016 paid a courtesy call on the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Rt Rev Prof Cephas Narh Omenyo at the Head Office of the Church in Accra.

The purpose of the visit by the FGBMFI executive was to congratulate the Moderator on his election as the leader of the Oldest and Continuously Exiting Church in the country by the 16th General Assembly of the Church in August This year.

The National President of the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International Mr George Prah, commended Rt Rev Prof Omenyo for availing himself for the high office of the PCG. He said considering the theme of the 16th General Assembly where the Moderator was elected, “When the Spirit Moves” was a clear indication that the abundant supply of resources and highest level of preparation by man yield no spiritual fruit without the empowerment of the Holy Spirit.

“Indeed without the Holy Spirit we have found that we are unable to accomplish much, spiritual, especially in a world that has turned its back on God and promotes human philosophies that are at variance with the will of God” he emphasized.

Mr Prah said the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International is the world’s largest Christian business men’s organization, networking thousands of members including Presbyterian, Methodist, Anglicans, Catholics, Pentecostals, and Charismatics in more than 162 nations.

The National President said their main mission is to reach men in all nations for Christ Jesus; call men back to God; help believers to grow spiritually; provide an opportunity for Christian Fellowship and thus bring a greater unity in the body of Christ.

He pledged the willingness of the fellowship to co-operate with the Presbyterian Church of Ghana in all endeavours. He proposed direct collaboration with the men’s fellowship of the Church, including joint programmes for the equipping and empowering of themselves for evangelism and for the strengthening of business of individuals Christians.

The Moderator, Rt Rev Prof Omneyo in response commended the FGBMFI for its contributions to church evangelism and welcomes the proposed partnership with the Church. He said such partnership would strengthen the Men’s Fellowship of the Church.

Rt Rev. Prof. Omenyo said his five years of leadership would focus on church missions, renewal, discipleship, social justice and safeguarding the integrity of the nation, among other thematic areas.

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