The Ghanaian Methodist Fellowship-UK Chaplaincy has been urged to sustain the seed of evangelism.
Stephanie Badu-Boateng, a local preacher on-note in the New River Circuit, London, told the congregation to rekindle the fire that once brought some missionaries from Britain to the shores of Ghana. “It is as a result of those seeds that we are Methodists today”, says Stephanie.
Stephanie was speaking at the children and youth service of the Ghanaian Methodist Fellowship on the theme: “Methodist as Christians-Helping faith grow”, on 14 February 2016 at Methodist Central Hall, Westminster.
Recalling her recent visit to Ghana with other youth on a mission trip, Stephanie said she was impressed with the zeal and faith exhibited by children and youth in Ghana. She said such zeal and faith was as a result of the good seed sown by some people and called on the fellowship to help sustain the seeds amongst the youth of the church. “We have to sustain the seeds and sow more to increase the crops”, she said.
Many children and youth featured in the service through reading scripture, prayers, and play sketch. An amount of over thousand pounds was raised to help the work of the children and youth.