This post is tagged with the title, " When Men Were Boys" and it fits perfectly into what we're going to look at today. When our favorite Ghanaian pastors we're much younger, aren't you curious to know how they looked like?
Well, growth is something that never stops in human existence. As a human being, one tends to growth till he takes his last breath. The fact that one is growing shows that he's very healthy and in the right state of mind, because growth has to do with both the body and mind.
Now talking about men of God, they are people who win souls for God and make people believe that God is capable of solving all our needs only if we believe in him. So far so good, these pastors that I'll be listing below have earned themselves a good reputation in Ghana.
1. Bishop Daniel Obinim looked so handsome when he was much younger, take a good look at those photos below.
2. Nigel Gaisie still looks handsome just like his throwback picture;
3. Now this picture below shows Rev. Obofour Asanteman with his adorable wife, and I guess this picture was taken many years ago. Take a glance at the photo below;
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