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LEADERS ASK TO IDENTIFY TALENTS OF THE YOUTH

The Chairman of Bethel Prayer Ministry International, Apostle Samuel Gyamfi has urged colleague pastors, leaders and parents to identify the God-given talents of the youth and inculcate a “can do spirit” in them to fully develop those talents into reality. He was speaking at the Bethel Youth Evangelical Ministry (BEYEM) Conference held in Sunyani, under the theme: “My Year of Greater Works in Christ Jesus”. Apostle Gyamfi said the youth have talents that if developed would guide them to attain their true purpose in life, saying, it takes the wisdom and vision of parents and leaders at various levels and institutions to identify such talents and nurture them into reality.  Apostle Gyamfi advised the youth to be humble, live a righteous life and seek Christ Jesus as their Saviour who will give them the Spirit of Wisdom and Revelation in other to attain their dreams. The National Youth Coordinator of BEYEM, Apostle Jeff Israel said the youth as leaders in waiting need to be filled and led by the Holy Spirit so they become responsible leaders for the Church and Nation at large. He noted that the programme which drew about 1,200 youths from 18 Areas across the country was very fruitful and hoped the youth put in practice what they have heard and learnt from the conference. The wife of the founder of Bethel Prayer Ministry International, Mrs. Georgina Owusu Tabiri urged the ladies to take their education seriously and to preserve their virginity until marriage as they are the vulnerable in society. As part of BEYEM conference a blood donation exercise was held to supply the Brong-Ahafo Regional Hospital. The Blood Donor Organizer from the Regional Hospital, Mahama Amin Emmanuel, said 53 people were screened out of which 49 qualified to donate blood. He said one person could not donate due to her age which was below 17 years while three others were as a result of low blood pressure. Mr. Mahama said a donor can donates three times a year and therefore called on organizations and individuals willing to donate blood to do so to help save lives. He added that, a donor regains lost blood in 24 hours but its full quality is regained in four months. There was conference also featured a float the principal streets of Sunyani and was climax with games such as football, volleyball, ludo and tug of war. The Ashanti Region Area male and female team won the ultimate trophy in soccer while Brong Ahafo Area A boys and their counterparts from the Western region Area girls were also crowned winners in volleyball.
Source: Biiya Mukusah Ali/http://newspaper.developghana.com/                                                           
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