Anyimson tasks church leaders on loyalty
By Steve Oko
The immediate -past Superintendent of Umuahia Central (Jerusalem) District of the Assemblies of God Nigeria, Rev. Dr. Theophilus Anyimson , has charged leaders of the church to show unreserved loyalty to the church.
Dr. Anyimson gave the charge while delivering a paper at the district’s Leadership /Church Growth Summit held Saturday at the Assemblies of God, 5/8 Item Street Umuahia.
He submitted that denominational loyalty is sacrosanct and should be uncompromisingly observed without reservations.
More faces at the summit
The cleric cautioned leaders of the church at all levels against disloyalty to constituted authority which he said has dire consequences.
He maintained that as members of Assemblies of God, the church should command our loyalty at all times.
Anyimson further stressed that no matter the sacrifice or cost leaders should adhere to the constitution and bye-laws of the church as a mark of loyalty.
He frowned at the attitude of some pastors of the church who allow their children join other denominations yet keep training them with the resources or earnings they make from Assemblies of God, describing such as a big eror and sign of disloyalty.
The summit was massively attended by pastors, deacons, deaconess, departmental heads and other categories of leaders in the church.
Rev. P. K Emeaba is about delivering his paper at the summit as at the time of filing this report.
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