Mr Kofi Attor, Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communication (GIFEC) on Sunday urged Christians to bequeath to their children a church that reflects the sanctity of God.

Speaking at the launch of the centenary celebration of the Hoviefe branch of the Evangelical Presbyterian (EP) Church, Mr Attor said the church in Ghana risks becoming a commercial and tourism enterprise like in Europe, unless young people are brought up religiously to uphold the sanctity of Christianity.

He said in most of the Western world Christian religious activities like baptism and the Lord’s Supper are commercialised with churches becoming tourism destinations rather than places of worship.

Mr Attor said young people in Europe had little to do with the church.

He said the spiritual and material benefits that came to Ghana with the Christian faith were possible because successive generations of Christians since the first missionaries committed themselves to preserving its values.

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