According to the founder of Perez Chapel International Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare, the gay agenda in Ghana will gain huge momentum in the coming days and months. He claimed that there is an agenda to normalise homos*xual behaviour among the youth since majority of adults are set in their ways.
There is a genuine fear that in days to come Ghana will have pastors who will openly declare that they are gay as witnessed in the West. Condemnation of homos*xual behaviours will seize due to the backlash the church might receive. Many believe that the first gay church is just around the corner if Ghanaians do not rise and fight the West’s “agenda” of making homos*xuality normal in the country.
The Wahaala Boys Podcast presented an interesting discussion on what a GAY church will look like in Ghana and the idea of Christian homos*xuals. They did ask the question “can you be a Christian and homos*xual?” using the example of the Anglican priest Rev Andrew Foreshew-Cain. They talked about the hypocrisy of the church as accepting of thieves, adulterers, drunkards and all manner of sinful behaviours including murderers, but homos*xuals are unwelcomed in the church.
The renowned pastor made the comments during his speech as part of his monthly Character Series. Bishop Agyin-Asare said there is a “satanic agenda” to make homos*xual behaviour acceptable across the world and Christians in Ghana should stand up against it. He did warn his fellow Christians to be prepared for the backlash they will receive when they condemn the activities of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex (LGBTQI) as sinful.
He noted that LGBTQI activities and behaviours has gained roots due to the implementation of the Ten Commandments of Rebellion by majority of the current and past world leaders. The Ten Commandments of Rebellion is the work of Alice Bailey who was the founder and leader of the Lucis Trust.
There has been a huge outrage in Ghana in recent weeks about the so-called Comprehensive Sexual Education (CSE) which was supposed to be part of the new educational curriculum. It was alleged that children as young as 6 years will be thought about homos*xual behaviours and other gender identities outside the two main ones.
Rev. Prof. Paul Frimpong Manso who is a leader in Assemblies of God Church called the programme satanic while the chief Imam of Ghana also called for its withdrawal.
The Ministry of Education denies this and assure parents and citizens that no such document exists as part of the new curriculum.