PRAYERLINE CHAPEL INTERNATIONAL OBSERVERS COVID-19 PROTOCOLS.
It is clear that putting in place measures to curb the spread of Covid-19 across various sectors of the economy are the most important subject matter under discussion for millions of people in Ghana and around the globe.
As our case count continues to grow exponentially, demand for increasingly observing safety protocols is eminent especially in every community or organisation.
It is to find out how people including churches are complying to the stated protocols that compelled our team to visit a number of churches within the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis.
one of the churches that caught our lenses was the Prayerline Church International located at Anaji within the Metropolis. Protocols observed by our team includes; washing of hands with soap under running water, use of hand sanitizers, wearing of nose masks, practising of social distancing and the provision of registration desk recoding details of people as they enter the church.
The general overseer of the church, Rev Apostle Joseph Kingsley Eshun preaching on the theme “Leadership in times of crisis” at the Church’s maiden service since the ban on religious activities was lifted quoted from the scriptures in the book of Joshua saying “My servant Moses is dead. Now get ready to cross the Jordan River—you and all the people—to the land that I’m giving the Israelis (Joshua 1:2)
Apostle Eshun made it clear “True leaders are born in days of crisis, for out of crisis a leader’s character is refined”.
Joseph, Moses, Joshua, Jesus among others emerged at the time of crisis. It is during crisis that a leader’s ability is tested he added.
According to man of God, corona virus has affected everything from aviation to agriculture, it was therefore unwise not to follow safety protocols as outlined by the Ghana Health Service and partners since they help contain the spread.
He also emphasized that though a lot of misinformation about the pandemic exist I am trusting God that life will soon be normalized he added.
Ending the sermon he asked the congregation to pray for the leadership of the nation, and to seek the face of God to heal those infected and affected by there virus. For at the end of every tunnel light is expected not darkness