We will never accept LGBTQA practice – EP Church, Ghana | Religion

The Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Ghana (EPCG) has reaffirmed its position to reject the practice of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning Intersex, Asexual (LGBTQA++) in the country.
The church said its rejection of the practice was because it was an attack on human dignity and the true values ​​of a man and a woman.

All 200 delegates who attended the just concluded 10th General Assembly of the church were unanimous in their statement that such a concept and practice was also at odds with the teachings of the Bible which was the foundation of the faith of the EPCG.

There was also a delegation from the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Togo (EEPT), a sister church of the EPCG.

The five-day meeting was themed, “Revive Us, O Lord! heal us and restore us!! “


Delegates, who included presbytery synod moderators, standing and executive committee members, and heads of secondary and higher education institutions from the EPCG, argued that LGBTQA++ practice cannot promote growth and development. welfare of society, adding that it was also in conflict with the true values, norms, and ethics of Ghanaian culture.

“In view of this, the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Ghana and its sister church, the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Togo (EEPT) must not accept, engage and promote LGBTQA++,” as stated in a statement issued after the session of the assembly.

The communiqué was co-signed by the moderator of the EPCG General Assembly, Rt. Rev. Dr. Lt Col Bliss Divine Agbeko (Retd) and his EEPT counterpart, Rt. Rev. Dr. Mawusi Daniel Akortia.


At the Dela Cathedral in Ho-Kpodzi on Sunday, a former moderator of the General Assembly of the EPCG, the much revered Francis Amenu, urged the people to maintain the peace that reigns in the country, even in these difficult times and depressing.

He urged Christians to demonstrate their love for each and everyone without discrimination.

According to him, although the country is going through a difficult economic period, the nation must in no way accept the LGBTQA++ practices of donor countries and organizations.

He said that God had endowed the nation with vast and rich mineral and natural resources.

On climate change, the Right Reverend Amenu called for urgent action to end the wanton destruction of the environment by a few greedy and unscrupulous people with impunity.

Source: graphiconline.com

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