Ghanaian gospel act, Brother Sammy has stated that souls must be won for Christ at parties and the clubs apart from the church.
His comments comes following an argument between him and the veteran gospel act, Mark Anim as to how gospel songs can be promoted while winning souls for Christ.
Brother Sammy contended that mostly Ghanaians do not focus on gospel songs that seems to transform their spiritually for their salvation as we await for the second soming of Christ but rather songs that syncs with the modern lifestyle.
He revealed that most media houses are fond on focusing on danceable gospel songs rather than those that are made purposely to preach salvation.
He also revealed that winning souls in the church isn’t enough in the quest to impact the whole world with the gospel but the clubs should be included.
Well, it has been a norm for gospel ministration to happen only in churches and the street but most preachers fear to take the gospel to places like the club, parties and other lounges.
Just as Jesus told his disciples when he rose from the dead, he said, “Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature” as stated in Mark 16:15.
In other news published on ghgossip.com, Deborah Owusu-Bonsu, well known as Sister Derby has also taken a swipe at the Law Maker, Sam Dzata George who is the member of parliament for the Ningo-Prampram constituency following his stance on the new LGBT bill draft in Ghana’s parliament.
Reacting to his tweet, Sister Derby who has since supported the LGBTQ community said that the politician is so obsessed with people’s sexual orientation, thus he should be ashamed of himself.