Ghanaian pastor Brian Amoateng of Power of Worship International is using his church to serve as a home for the homeless following lockdown by President Akufo-Addo.
As part of the measures to control the Coronavirus, Ghana’s President, Akufo-Addo has locked down some places for a period of two weeks –subject to review.
On that note, Pastor Brian Amoateng has offered his church located on the Spintex Road as a home for the people on the street.
According to him, the feeding of those people would as well be his responsibility.
This comes after the man of God has been criticized for his insensitive comment — Pastor Brian Amoateng made the news a few days ago after he said it’s not the responsibility of the church to buy sanitizers for its members.
According to him, offering and tithes given to the church is for God and not to be returned as a favour for the people.
His comment didn’t sit well with Ghanaians as they blasted him accordingly.
However, the man of God is currently proving that the church doesn’t only receive but gives back as well, especially in times like these.
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