Pastors Urged To Stop Bathing Women


A Preacher ManPastors Urged To Stop Bathing Women

13 October 2012

Former Public Relations Officer of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, G.B.K. Owusu has urged pastors who engage in the spiritual bathing of women at seashores to put an end to it.




He said the practice was not biblical and had brought the pastoral calling into disrepute.

He also called on today’s pastors to stop giving false prophecies for monetary gain and rather endeavor to correct societal wrongs.

Mr. Owusu made this known at the opening of a GH¢500,000 Evangelism and Bible Training School in Anomawobi near Kasoa in the Central region.

He underscored the fact that there were many pastors who had not been called by God, saying these people were adulterating the word of God to suit their selfish interests.

These self-made pastors and charlatans he noted were misleading the flock adding “they take advantage of the plight of the people – unemployment, poverty, sickness to tell them lies.”

He said instead of pastors advising their flock to read the Bible and pray to God, they tell them to perform satanic rituals that worsen their plight.

Mr. Owusu said lack of good teachings from the Bible had led many people to destruction and urged pastors to read the Bible and pray.

He further urged men of God to care for the poor, needy, and marginalized in society that were suffering.

Mr. Owusu, a media consultant reminded pastors to be obedient and faithful to their call. “Live above reproach to win to be able to win souls for Jesus Christ,” he said.

Mr. Owusu said despite the fact that many fake pastors, prophets and prophetesses were springing up daily, there were still were many good pastors who were proclaiming the word of God in truth, honesty, sincerity and humility.

As the nation draws closer to December 7 election, he urged Ghanaians to pray for a leader who feared God and loved the people.

He also advised the security services, judiciary and journalists to live above reproach.

The Evangelism and Bible Training School, a branch of US based Bethesda Centre of Evangelism is the first to be opened in Ghana and Africa.

The school is open to pastors without formal bible training and would-be pastors from all denominations. He described the school’s curriculum as insightful and fulfilling.

Source: Daily Guide



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