The General Overseer of the Reformed Cherubim and Seraphim Church, Ghana, Most Elder Baba Alakoshe-Nkrumah has advised Christians to be steadfast in the Lord and pray fervently to sustain the peace the nation is currently enjoying.

He said without peace, no meaningful development will take place in the country.

Most Elder Alakoshe-Nkrumah said this in a sermon at a-four-day national Easter Convention of the church in Winneba.

It is being attended by 1,000 members made up of 400 men and 600 women throughout the country.

The convention is under the theme; “Salvation to the world”.

Most Elder Alakoshe Nkrumah urged Christians to lead the crusade in maintaining peace and stability in the country.

He said, the nation could not achieve success without God and called on Ghanaians to rededicate their lives to God.

An Evangelist of the Church from Afidjase in Kumasi, Mr. Sampson Frimpong charged Christians to be steadfast in their state of righteousness and “walk in the newness of faith.”

He asked Christians to do away with sin in order to receive the blessings of God.

A Senior Pastor 0f the Church in the Tema-Ashaiman official town, Mr Bernard Bentil called on Christians to re-examine their lives and allow the Holy Spirit to lead them.

Pastor Bentil said Christ died on the cross so that the glories of God would be made manifest.

In her message to women, the Mother-In-Israel at the Kumasi Makro, Madam Comfort Boampon appealed to married women to use the Easter season to be respectful, humble and submissive to their husbands.

Madam Boampon also asked husbands to shower genuine love on their wives in order to maintain peaceful and stable marital homes to help deal with the problems of broken homes and streetism, among others.

Source: GNA