Let's care for the Disabilities – Rev. Minister
Superintendent minister for the Suame Circuit of the Methodist Church, Very Reverend Kingsley Kyei Barfour has urged all Christians and others to show care for the less privileged in the society
Superintendent minister for the Suame Circuit of the Methodist Church, Very Reverend Kingsley Kyei Barfour has urged all Christians and others to show care for the less privileged in the society.
He made the humble appeal to all Christian bodies, the rich in various societies, and other religious entities to take responsibility for the well-being of the physically challenged persons.
According to him, it is us to make sure smiles are put on the faces of such people by the kind gestures that are given to them.
Supporting his appeal from the biblical point, the Reverend minister disclosed that one of the bases upon which Christians will be judged greatly lies on how we treat others in the society when they were in difficulty.
He mentioned that the physically disabled are the very people God wants the Christian to our care for.
He revealed that people who reject them will be rejected in the big difficulty.
Very Reverend Kingsley Kyei Barfour disclosed this in an exclusive interview with SN24 News when the Suame Emmanuel Methodist Church Choir donated to the Missionaries of Charity New Life Home at Mbrom Kumasi.
The donation was done as part of marking the association's 60th-anniversary celebration.
Items that were presented to the leadership of the Missionaries of Charity New Life Home included a D-freezer, disinfectants, detergents, soaps, clothes, and some food items worth GHC 3,000.
Mr. Paa Kwesi Ampomah who doubles as the diocesan director of music for the Association of Methodist Church Choirs, Kumasi, and also a Choirmaster for the Emmanuel Methodist Church Choir, in an interview with this portal, disclosed that the charity donation was done as part of God's work to mark their anniversary.
He said there were other activities such as the cleaning of the town, health walk as part to mark the anniversary.
Mr. Ampomah finally urged all Christian singers to bear in mind that their part as choral evangelists doesn't mean to be receiving claps alone after performance, however, it is the responsibility to inculcate the habit of given to the needy in the society.
By: Nana Peprah Gideon