The Head Pastor of the Apostles Continuation Church International’s Toronto branch, Apostle Charles Anokye-Manu, has urged church members to be exemplary in their community, allowing others to appreciate God through them.
Apostle Anokye-Manu noted that the lives of some Christians are not worth emulating, making it challenging for them to win souls for Christ. He made these remarks at the church’s 31st Night service, which ushered in the New Year.
Citing Matthew 5:13 and Matthew 7:19, Apostle Anokye-Manu emphasised that all Christians must strive to retain their saltiness and bear good fruits to avoid being cut off, as stated in the Bible.
He reminded the congregation, who had gathered to celebrate a smooth journey through 2023, not to forget that it was the love, grace, and mercy of God that made this possible.
The 31st Night Service was attended by the Chairman of the Apostles Continuation Church International, Apostle Clement Brakatu, who visits the church from time to time.
The Chairman’s visit is a blessing since he chose the Toronto church out of more than 40 branches spanning Africa, Europe, North America and the Middle East, to observe the ushering in of the New Year.
Watch as the congregation danced to the tunes from the praises team of the church