In this 21st century, it is hard to see a pastor who goes out of their comfort zones to propagate the good news. Most of the pastors in this generation are looking for luxury. That is they want to drive cars, wear expensive clothes, and stand on a big pulpit to preach to large crowds of people. As such the local pastors who go through difficulties in order to preach the word of God need to be praised and commended for their efforts to make God's word be heard in our villages and communities.
I introduce to you minister Shepherd, the young man who lives in Tatale in the Oti region of Ghana but because he is enthusiastic about God's words, this is what he does every Sunday to ensure that the gospel is heard by other people living in another community. Every Sunday, minister Shepherd crosses the Oti river to get to the Jankun, another community, to preach the gospel of God to them. He had to remove his shoes, trousers, and shirt each time he crosses the river. He must be commended for his efforts to propagate the gospel to the people of Jankun.
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