As we all know, Daniel Duncan-Williams was recently in news disgracing the father about the father's ministry. Even though he had apologized and was forgiven by the father, little did we know he is annointed just like the father.
Archbishop Duncan-Williams showed his spirituality in this regard by accepting and forgiving his son for speaking ill of him publicly. This act is worth emulating by parents all over the world because it is not easy being disgraced publicly by your own blood but you still find it easy to let go.
The last son of Archbishop Duncan-Williams, Daniel Duncan-Williams has taken to his Twitter handle to share a video of himself and another lady ministering in his father's Church, Action Chapel International Church.
He was all dressed in white clothes together with the lady in the video. He said it a was a great honour to minister in his father's Church with the song entitled " There was Jesus". You should listen to this song!.
May this be the beginning of greater works for him in the ministry.
Meanwhile, the video called for so many reactions from Ghanaians.
Below is a screenshot of some comments by his Twitter followers.
What do you think about this?
Has he finally changed?
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