Apostle Lawrence Kwaw Sam, founder and General overseer for the Kingdom Foundation Gospel Network Ghana (KFGNG), has vehemently condemned the selling of oil, apple as well as other materials at church by some pastors, He says, it is not a biblical practice and must be stopped.
Kingdom Foundation Gospel Network Ghana (KFGN) is a non-denominational Christian birthed on the 19th of September, 2014 by Kingdom Foundation Gospel, under the Apostleship of Apostle Lawrence K. Sam, aimed at addressing challenges and demands of men and women bearing the titles of Prophets and Prophetess.
Admonishing newly ordained pastors at the 7th ordination and graduation ceremony held at the Kingdom Foundation Gospel Network Ghana, yesterday Sunday August 30, He said; it is out of greediness that some pastors sell anointing oil, handkerchiefs, apples etc, just to make money.
Adding that, selling of materialistic products doesn’t represent christ.
Apostle Lawrence Kwaw Sam, opined that, pastors need to sell christ to their members and the whole world not holy water and co.
In the Apostle’s conclusion remarks cautioned pastors to refrain from occultic rings, sword, chains and others to that end, be prayerful and also fast a lot as well as emulate the exemplary lifestyle of Christ.
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