George Prah, President - Full Gospel Business Men's Fellowship International, Ghana

President of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International, George Prah says Christian youth must do more to be productive in all spheres of life to achieve results.

According to him, many have the misconception that being a Christian is enough, hence do not put in the effort to be successful in life.

Speaking to Joy News on the sidelines of the book launch, “Go Ye: The Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International Ghana Story”, he said, “christianity is more practical than you can imagine but we have focused too much on the spiritual aspect. The youth need to get it right to save this nation. They need to appreciate values; they need to appreciate a culture for hard work as that will bring personal and societal transformation.”

The book was authored by four people on the journey of the Full Gospel church, four decades on. One of the authors, Kingsford Amoah says the book is to serve as reference for the current generation for the future.

“We have written this book so that the current generation would know what we have done. This is a stepping stone to learn from the past, to guide us going forward. So, it is very important for the young people to read and know how the fellowship started and how it has grown through hard work,” he said.

“Christianity is not enough to build a nation” – George Prah

Meanwhile, the National President of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International Togo, Dr. Sheppard Kounetsron lauded authors of the book as he holds that Christians are called to work for the salvation of souls. The book, he believes will help spread the gospel.

The book, Go Ye: The Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International Ghana Story, documents 40 years of the ministry of the Full Gospel church.