“I will consider becoming a lay preacher” - John Mahama

“I will consider becoming a lay preacher” - John Mahama

Former President of the Republic of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama has disclosed that he may consider the prospect of becoming a lay preacher.

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He disclosed this to the CEO of EIB Network, Kwabena Anokye Adisi popularly known as Bola Ray.

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The renowned presenter had called on the former president to present his yet-to-be launched biography titled “It Is Possible” to him at his residence in Accra.

“I will consider becoming a lay preacher” - John Mahama

“I will consider becoming a lay preacher” - John Mahama

Bola Ray asked if he will go into preaching after he gave a sermon at the Ringway Gospel Centre Assemblies of God church Sunday, September 17.

He asked, “...that was a great sermon you delivered last Sunday, will you consider being a lay preacher?".

The ex-president responded saying “I think I will consider that”. Mr. Mahama said he will consider the change in careers.

Mahama during a sermon at the Ringway Gospel Centre Assemblies of God church Sunday, September 17 urged Christians to be particular about their spirituality since salvation depends on individual efforts.

He said no Christian could be saved on the day of judgement solely on the efforts of their pastor.

“Nobody will save your soul for you. Salvation is based on the pureness of you own heart. Not the pureness of your pastor’s heart,” the former president admonished the congregation.

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