Christians have been told that politics and governance are ordained by God, therefore indispensable platforms for serving God. And that they are God’s vehicles to make life better on earth, and not evil in any way as have been misconstrued in some quarters over the years.
This observation was made by Architect Akuro Parker while speaking on Christians and Political Education at the True Vine Women international Outreach in Port Harcourt, adding that the leadership throne is God’s, and a platform for Christians to promote salvation, rightousness, protection of lives and properties and development.
Parker warned that Christians who shy away from politics are giving so much rooms for politicians who are sponsored by the devil to send many to hell.
Deacon parker insisted that Christians must admit that it is their responsibility to participate in politics and governance, stressing that people suffer when they embrace leaders that were not sent by God.
Architect Parker, who is a Deacon at the Living Faith Church explained that the purpose of the Church is to transform the society, and that the purpose can only be achieved when the rightous rule.
In her remarks, the founder of the True Vine Women International Outreach, Pastor Ene Secondus, commended Architect Parker for his commitment to political education among Christians, describing the initiative as timely.
She called on Christians to wake up and participate in politics inorder to make the world a better place, stressing that, nothing, including knowledge, is static in life.