Akosua Adjapong told Myjoyonline.com Monday that she was ordained a pastor two months ago to propagate the word of God through music.
Narrating the ordination, Akosua said it happened “about two months ago, you know my husband is a pastor and we had these visitors from London and in my church, we have a church at Kasoa called House of God International Prayer Ministries, and I do start with worship and I give them motivational messages…
“…sometimes, when I sing in worship, it is like God told me things about people I have never even met before. I call and ask them, they confirm it and we pray together. So these archbishops came to Ghana to ordain some pastors. I wasn’t part of it. I was only going to be ordained as an ambassador for music.”
She said it however came as a surprise to her when one of the men of God came to her and said the lord said she should be ordained a pastor.
“One of the pastors said you were supposed to be ordained as an ambassador of music for our council but the lord said I should ordain you as a pastor.”
Akosua Agyepong said she wants to keep her name, or Mrs Asamoah-Larbi, without the pastoral accolade and that she is not new to God’s calling and work.
“I advice people especially the young ones and married couples…it is something I have been doing years back, so it’s not something new to me. I will continue to do the good work that my God has chosen me to do,” she said.
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