- Bishop Agyinsare says pastor's aren't to blame for a child's "bad behavior"
- He said pastors serve more as guides for children
Bishop Charles Agyinasare, Founder of Perez Chapel International, has said that pastors are not responsible for what he referred to as a child's "bad behavior" during an interview on GhOne.
Bishop Agyinasare, who was speaking to Nana Aba Anamoah on GhOne's the State of Affairs, expressed that it would not make sense to blame a pastor for a child's bad behavior.
“You the father or mother you go to church, then you leave your kids behind to watch television and then you go to church and your kids are misbehaving then you turn to blame the pastor...” he said.
According to the pastor, parents are the ones charged with actually taking care of their child, although he also expressed that the media has also had a hand in influencing today's youth.
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He said a pastor's role is one likened to that of a guide, but also said that in Ghana today when a pastor speaks he is likely to be given a political tag.
“We live in a nation where when the pastor even talks, we say he is NDC… He is NPP….. already we have broken his authority because once you tag the pastor," he pointed out.
The popular Christian pastor urged people to give men of God more reverence in order for them in turn to be able to speak openly.
“Pastors are men of faith. Men of faith do not talk about their problems. …they talk about what God can do.."
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