The deputy youth director of the Church of Pentecost has advised Christians to be hopeful in their Christian journey regardless the circumstances they find themselves.
He made this pronouncement in an interview at the ongoing PENSA GHANA CONFERENCE 2017 at the Pentecost Convention Center in Gomoah Fetteh in the Central region.
The passionate youth counselor reiterated that, believers of Christ should accept the fact that life is full of hills and valleys, therefore they should accept whatever comes their way and work towards leaving a positive mark.
He indicated that Christians should have faith and hope for the best even in times of difficulties.
“It even takes faith to go to a doctor” he added.
The Deputy youth director of the church of Pentecost encouraged Christians to be strong when they are faced with troubles.
“When you go through difficulties, remember that you are strong” he emphasized.
He further said, having hope as a Christian is very vital, because hope makes one lives on.
“When there’s is hope you are able to say, I will live on” he added.
He also took time to advise the youth not to rush into relationships when they are not ready for it. He added that many people today enter into relationships without considering the cost involved.
He revealed that going into relationships when one is not ready can cause depression. This he said leads to lost of concentration and restlessness.
He said when this happens, it is easily noticed by people are you because certain things about you begin to change, this he said is mostly noticed amongst females.
Elder Kevin Annan therefore advised the youth to trust in the Lord and keep their hopes alive.