Gospel Artiste and singers have been advised to see their God-giving talents as an instrument of evangelism and not to see it as just an opportunity to gain fame.

The admonishing was given by the Bishop of the Winneba Diocese of the Methodist Church Rt. Rev. Kweku Buabeng Odoom in a speeach read on his behalf by Very Rev. John Prince Sackey during the official opening of the 31st Biennial Delegates Conference of the Association of Methodist Choirs under the Diocese in Agona Swedru.

The Conference was attended by over 800 delegates from the various Circuits under the Diocese.

Speaking to newsghana, the Diocesan Chairman of the Association, Mr Kwesi Kum Kwansah noted that hymns play an important role in the ministry of God, as it is one major source of evangelism with messages that touches the soul directly.

He later advised incoming executive of the Association to see their appointments as an opportunity not to serve individual interest, but the church in general and the ministry of God in particular.

He therefore advised those executives whose other engagements they think might not give them the time to serve to relinquish to post for those who are willing to serve.

By. Robert Ayanful

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