The Most Reverend Dr Daniel Yinkah Sarfo, Archbishop of the Internal Province of the Anglican Church of Ghana, has urged Christians to pray unceasingly for renewal and social transformation of the country.
He said he was confident that as they went through the Easter festivities, the redemptive work of Jesus would draw them and non-Christians together irrespective of political and religious affiliations, as one people with a common goal of pushing forward the national development agenda.
He was delivering an Easter message at the Cathedral Church of Saint Cyprian the Martyr, in Kumasi.
Most Rev Dr Yinkah Sarfo, who is also the Anglican Bishop of Kumasi, asked all to be humble enough to confess to their sins and plead for God?s forgiveness.
?Without repentance, there is no forgiveness?, was his theme
He underlined the need for followers of the Christ to become good examples of the rest of society by leading ?Christ-like life? saying this called for patience, humility, selflessness, tolerance and sacrifice.
The Anglican Archbishop said it was his prayer that God would continue to direct and guide them to grow in truth and holiness.