UK based Ghanaian preacher honoured

UK based Ghanaian preacher honoured

- A Ghanaian preacher based in the UK has been honoured for his contribution to the gospel community

- Pastor Brian expressed appreciation to the organizers of the event

UK based Ghanaian preacher honoured

Brian Amoateng

A UK-based Ghanaian preacher, Brian Amoateng, has been awarded for his contribution to the Christianity community of Great Britain at the just ended Greater Grace Gospel awards.

The awards ceremony held in Manchester is aimed at recognizing contributions of preachers and gospel artistes to humanity/

Pastor Brian was awarded for his immense contribution to the emotional, spiritual development of many lives in the UK.

The pastor, who was away during the awards ceremony for his Revival tour in the United States in an interview with YEN.com.gh, thanked the organizers of the ceremony for honouring his efforts.

Pastor Brian also admonished young leaders and preachers to keep Christ as their focus in the ministry. He further encouraged the upcoming generation that with love, focus, determination and hard work they can achieve every dream they want to.

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Pastor Brian Amoateng who has been honoured twice already dedicated the award to his spiritual father Dr Frank Ofosu Appiah and wife Rev Mrs Mary Ofosu Appiah.

Other recipients of the greater grace gospel awards are Rev.Dr. David Adetiloye, Pastor Isaac Aleshinloye, Minister Ejiro Melkam, The Simple Faith (Gospel Singers From Ireland) Da'vidic TeaTro. RCCG Strong Tower, Mr. Jermaine Sanwoolu , Joy & Peace Radio, Manchester, Easter & Sarah Udom (Gospel Group) Mr Bakare, the chairman of the Nigerian Community and  Mr. Owolabi Shokoya Property developer, Manchester.

Pastor Brian is a global preacher based in the United Kingdom and also pastors at the London Prayer Centre.

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