Persevere To Achieve Your Dream – Pastor Sarkodie To Youth

Perseverance for Dream achievement


Pastor Charles Sarkodie

Waregem (Belgium), October 20, 2022

Greater success is achieved, not when one is lazy and waiting for miraculous blessings of God, but determination, perseverance and hard work coupled with God’s favor and blessings.

Pastor Charles Sarkodie, Pastor of Faith Foundation Ministries International, a Belgium based church has said.

He was speaking last Sunday as the main guest speaker for the 7th anniversary celebration of “Jesus the Source of Life International” based in Waregem, Belgium, headed by Pastor Yannick Dovivier.

The anniversary celebrated in Waregem and monitored by the was under the theme: KABOB 2022, meaning “The GLORY”.

Pastor Sarkodie in his massage “never quit your dream” empowered and encouraged young people to never run away from their ambitions of making their communities a better place, no matter the challenges. 

According to him, there are challenges in all aspects and levels of life, but God rewards people who never lose hope with victory, therefore “don’t quit, stand firm and persevere to overcome the obstacles”.

Pastor Sarkodie cited “Joseph was in a foreign land but he achieved the glory of God after he pursue and did not quit when he encounters challenges. 

Pastor Sarkodie, who is an indigene of Sunyani added his voice to Ghana’s fight against environmental criminalities and encouraged leaders of the country to be strong in making policies and laws to effectively deal with human activities affecting the holistic development of the nation.

He stressed both current and future generations needs a sustainable and healthier living environment to survive, hence, situations such as sanitation management, galamsey and other inhuman activities affecting the water bodies and the general wellbeing of the citizenry must be addressed collectively with strong will and totally discouraged.

Pastor Sarkodie was optimistic that leaders of Africa nations standing firm against environmental and climate injustices would facilitate socioeconomically green African continent for the youth as well as ease achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) once and for all.

He urged the law enforcement agencies to discharge their lawful duties and responsibilities devoid of partisan politics and impunity.


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