The Associate Pastor of the Trumpet of Hope Church of the Nazarene in Barnesville, Rev. Korto Greene, has said passing a legislation to make Liberia a Christian nation “is not the way forward for Liberia.”
She noted that rather, Christians should exhibit Christ-like lives through their behaviors and actions in society.
Delivering the sermon Sunday at the Church’s 2015-2016 Mother’s Day program, Rev. Greene observed that many Christians calling for transforming Liberian into a Christian nation are not exhibiting Christ-like lives, noting that this was a contradiction of the purpose of God for his people.
At the program, a member of the church, Annie Dweh, was honored Mother-of-the-Year.
Rev. Greene noted that if Liberians live their lives according to God’s word, they will not need a legislation to declare Liberia a Christian nation, as the rest of the world will declare Liberia a Christian nation.
Meanwhile, Rev. Greene has challenged Liberian women to exhibit good characters that young girls can emulate, noting that the pride of a woman is far above rubies, if she is obedient and well-behaved.