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Lordina Mahama urges voters not to let material interests influence their choices

Former First Lady, Lordina Mahama has advised Ghanaians not to be influenced by misinformation and material interests in choosing quality candidates who can change the destiny of the country after the December elections.
She said this year’s elections are crucial as Ghanaians face the difficult task of choosing political leaders, including a president, who can improve the living conditions of their people.

Mrs. Mahama gave this advice at the National Conference of the Pastors’ Wives Association of the Assemblies of God, Ghana, held in Gomoa Fete, Central Region. The theme of the conference was “Ripe to Send Light”. It was attended by 2,000 pastors’ wives from all branches of the church across the country.

Topics covered included pastoral ethics, grooming and social skills, pastors’ wives and emotional intelligence, unconventional leadership, stress and mental health, among others. Mrs. Mahama, a member of the church, urged pastors’ wives to pray together for her husband, John Dramani Mahama, “that God grant him the desires of his heart and give him divine strength to change the destiny of Ghana for the better”.

She prayed that God would give Ghanaians “the power of judgment to make the right choices even in this age of misinformation and materialistic influences”. She expressed her appreciation for the pastors’ wives in the church for their generosity, motherly love and good mentoring to their respective congregations.

Mrs. Mahama said it was heartwarming to see that through the Assemblies of God Pastors’ Wives Association, many pastors’ wives have developed their skills and are now “able to provide emotional and material support to their congregations.”

Moral Decadence
National President of the Assemblies of God Pastors’ Wives Association, Monica Wengham, spoke extensively on the subject of the church and how pastors’ wives can contribute to winning souls for Christ especially in these last days and to significantly reduce the “moral decadence we are witnessing.”

She said that if pastors’ wives are committed to evangelism and participate in church planting, it will go a long way in curbing the LGBTQ+ agenda.

General Overseer of the Assemblies of God in Ghana, Rev. Stephen Wengham, enumerated the immense support pastors receive from their wives. He said, “Stories of selfless service and boundless sacrifice are amplified by pastors’ wives in impoverished areas where pastors earn a pittance.”

Pastor Wengham prayed for God’s blessings on all such pastors’ wives, but warned that no pastor’s wife will ever be like Job’s wife in Job 2:9-11


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