The St. Paul Apostolic Mission Church of Liberia has honored representative aspirant of electoral district #8, Montserrado County, Isaac K. Krah, for his contributions to the church.
According to Her Grace, Rev. Anna Menyon Gbarnwor, the church decided to honor Aspirant Krah for transforming the development structure of the Slipway and Crown Hill communities.
Rev. Gbarnwor made the assertion Sunday during the church’s Father’s Day Program, held in Slipway community.
She noted that Aspirant Krah has undertaken major development projects as Chairman of the community, and that she believes that his leadership ability, exhibited in the community, will go a long way to transform the district if he is elected in the pending general and presidential elections in 2023.
Meanwhile, the General Superintendent of Christ Foundation Church, Rev. Timothy Kpeh, said Liberian fathers should be committed to the welfare of their wives and children.
Rev. Kpeh explained that responsible fathers will always care for the home issues first rather than looking other places in society. He underscored that lack of care in homes is undermining family values across the nation.
He said fathers should always see the home as the smallest unit of the society and the nation.
For his part, Aspirant Krah promised to work with the church’s administrators to improve the renovation of the church. He stated that the church has played a significant role in his life, from childhood.