The General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God Church, Ghana, Rev Dr. Paul Frimpong Manso, has expressed displeasure at what he describes as “the refusal of religious bodies to openly comment on the issues of homosexuality in the country”.

He described the churches’ silence as “unfortunate” saying the expectation was that the church would collaborate with civil society to fight the menace which constituted a sin and was alien to the Ghanaian community.

Delivering a sermon on the theme, ‘Mission, The Primary Task of the Church, during the celebration of Mission Month at the End Time Revival Assemblies of God Church, Adenta, he said it was regrettable that some individuals and bodies saw the fight against homosexuality as an infringement on the human rights of homosexuals.

Rev. Dr. Frimpong-Manso said it was important for Ghanaians to know that God did not compromise on sin, and “if He did not spare Sodom and Gomorrah, He may not spare Ghana if we do not fight it”.
He called on the churches to collaborate with the government to fight homosexuality, saying “Ghanaians should acknowledge that the wrath of God has no exception”.

Source: Ghanaian Times