Archbishop Winker Hits At Critics
-Wants Them Provide Solutions
-Dedicates Potter’s Care Clinic
Liberians have beenurged not to only sit on the backbench to criticize happenings rather, they should also be in the position to provide solutions.
The Founder and General Overseer of the Dominion Christian Fellowship Center, Archbishop Isaac Winker noted that some Liberians have developed the habit to always criticize everything, weather good or bad without providing solutions. The Liberian prelate made the assertions in Caldwell Township, Montserrado County on Sunday, May 27, 2018 when he dedicated and officially opened the Potter’s Care Clinic to the public.
The Potter’s Care Clinic is constructed by Potter’s House Assemblies, a Christian ministry in Liberia with headquarters located in Logan Town, Monrovia.
Archbishop Winker said, it was time for those critics to set the pace for solutions to those things which, they considered wrong in the Liberian society.
According to him, it was time for Liberians monster the courage to make real their dreams and visions that God has placed inside them so as to contribute positively to Liberia’s development.
The Man Of God (MOG) added that Liberia’s development was not and cannot be dependent only on the government, noting that those Liberians should now translate their dreams and visions into reality for the betterment of the country.
Addressing a huge congregation on Sunday, Archbishop Winker warned that if Liberians are to meet up with rapid development, the church and individual Liberians should continue to play their roles.
Archbishop Isaac Winker, who is referred to as “Father of the Nation” by Liberian Christian Community, praised the leadership of Potter’s House Assemblies, headed by Pastor Emma-Mai Gbabo, Founder and General Overseer for making significant contribution to the country’s health sector.
Archbishop Winker who recognized the long outstanding impacts the Church has made in the history of Liberia, stressed that no nation is developed without the positive contributions of its citizens.
For her part, the Founder & General Overseer of Potter’s House Assemblies, Pastor Emma-Mai Gbabo,told the congregation that the church decision to construct the over USD50,000.00 healthcenter was born during the Ebola crisis in 2014.
Pastor Gbabo said, the compassion for the church is not only to preach the gospel and win souls for Jesus Christ, rather to act in fulfillment of the Ministry of Jesus through holistic gospel by addressing the physical needs of the people as well.
The Potter’s Care Clinic, according to Pasto Gbabo, will buttress government’s agenda in the health sector by providing medical services to residents of that community.
According to her, the Almighty God, through Jesus Christ wants the Church to fulfill the full ministry of Jesus Christ by preaching the gospel and meeting the needs of the people in Liberia.