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Ghanaian Ex-gay Who Championed LGBTQ Cause In Ghana Accepts Christ; Ordained As Pastor

A popular Ex-gay Ghanaian man has given his life to Christ and ordained as pastor in the Alabaster End-time College of Ministry in Accra, Ghana.

His ordination took place on the 27th November, 2021 where he received his certificate as an official Pastor in the ministry.

Sharing his story on social media, Aarona Akrong said Jesus has flipped the switch challenge. He revealed that he made the best decision of his life on the 21st September, 2018 when he accepted Jesus as his lord and personal saviour.

He said he has been gay for more than 20 years amidst bouts of drug abuse. He added that he was among those championing the cause of LGBTQ activities in Ghana. But God touched him and changed him forever.

He said he is now a full minister turning many unto God through the power go God's son, Jesus Christ.

His post inspired many people and they gave thanks to God for changing his life from grass to grace and from rags to a minister.

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