Parliament Chapel Holds Mega Float To Mark 20th Anniversay

Parliament Chapel International today held a Mega Float as part of activities to mark its 20th Year Anniversary Celebration.

The Float was used to invite the general public to their Major Anniversary Event Dubbed; “A Year By This Time,” which comes off tomorrow Sunday October 20, 2019 at the Church Auditorium in Darkuman official Town near the Market at 2pm.

The Float which was taken through some Principal Streets of Accra, saw Leaders, Head Pastors of the various branches, Church Elders, Members, the Youth all singing to melodious Gospel Songs as they distribute flyers and invitations to the general public.

 The Founder and Leader of Parliament Chapel International, Apostle Francis Amoako Attah in an interview during the float indicated that the 20 years celebration is an indication of how far God has brought them and there is every reason to celebrate and be happy.

He said, although the journey through the 20 years has been tough, the mighty hands of God was upon them and that sustained the Church and continues to sustain them.

Apostle Francis Amoako Attah also said the float was organized to afford members bold young and old, the opportunity to exercise and remain fit for the work of God.

“It is always good to keep healthy, so today’s float is for us to exercise our bodies and as well, extend invitation to all for our service tomorrow. We invite all to join us and if you do, your life will never remain the same. You will see total transformation in your life as God will do wonderful things in your life. See you tomorrow at 2pm. God Bless you,” he said.

According to him, there is nothing God cannot do, hence the call is on all to follow Christ, believe in Him  and hope for better things; urging the youth to work for God in their youthfulness so that at the end the Heavens will be theirs.

He also used the opportunity to stressed his opposition to the introduction of Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) and pointed out that such a policy must not be allowed to work in Ghana.

Apostle Francis Amoako Attah said the introduction of such policy will open doors for Homosexuality, Lesbianism and the rest of the LGBTQ lifestyles which will not help a Christian Nation like Ghana.

Below are pictures of the Float: Join Parliament Chapel Tomorrow for the major event, “A Year By This Time,” at 2p.

By PROSPER AGBENYEGA

 

 

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