Christians must prioritize Soul Winning – Bishop Sam Owusu

Founder of the Covenant Christian Leadership College (CCLC), also known as Sam Owusu School of Prophetic Mentorship and Impartation – Bishop Sam Owusu has charged Christians to make soul winning a priority in their Christian life because the number of souls they win will determine their crown in the spiritual realm.

The United Nations Eminent Peace Ambassador made this statement while addressing a ceremony to pass out some 25 graduates of the school. The school has so far trained and graduated some 7,420 students into priesthood since its inception in 2003.

Bishop Sam Owusu said soul winning is the only assignment that God through Jesus Christ gave to his followers including every believer to undertake in his Christian life.

“Making impart to improve the life of the ordinary man is the most beautiful thing you must spend your time on, soul-winning should be on top of your list of priorities in your pastoral life as it is recorded in the scriptures ‘go and make disciples of all nations,'” he stated

The Man of God reiterated the need for spiritual leadership development as the hallmark of ministry, discipline, Integrity, and excellence. He advises the new pastors to focus on people and to become an epitome of hope, faith, and righteousness.

The School of Mentorship and Impartation which has a network of about 12 Campuses in Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria, South Africa, and the USA is mandated to raise end-time kingdom Generals with the manifestation of the power of God and with good excellent Christlike character to influence the society.

The graduands were awarded a diploma in Prophetic Ministry – an International Ministerial License, a Reverend Ministers’ ID card to enable them to fulfill all their ministerial duties.

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Christians must prioritize soul winning - Bishop Sam Owusu
Christians must prioritize soul-winning – Bishop Sam Owusu

Dean and co-founder of the college, Rev. Dr. Mrs. Joy Owusu expressed profound gratitude to the student body, their families, and God almighty for such an occasion. She advised the graduands to take their ministerial work as seriously as any other business. She also admonished them on how to live their lives out there to prove to the world a character of love, hope, and wisdom as Christ has taught us.

The Registrar of the School, Rev. Thomas Asante seized the opportunity to invite prospective students who desire to be trained, imparted, and ordained with Holy Power and credible Ministerial Licence not hesitate to approach the school.

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Source: William Dei-Gyau

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