Ghanaian actress Nana Ama Mcbrown has narrated her experience with false prophets during her strive to get a baby.
The actress who visited the Action Chapel International in Accra to offer her “sincerest” gratitude to God for blessing her with a bouncy baby girl after several years of desperation, revealed how some fake Ghanaian pastors took advantage of her gullibility.
Speaking at the 2019 edition of Women in Worship, Nana Ama narrated how she had cried immeasurably for God to bless her with the fruit of the womb.
“I thank God I haven’t been to a shrine, but I have encountered a lot of fake pastors. I have cried. I have had conversations with people. I have been to places I’m not supposed to visit. I am here with you to the glory of the lord. I opened up to Ohemaa Mercy about my problems. I told her how I’m seriously suffering. She asked me to wait on God. Don’t put your trust in mankind. Just rely on God” she added.
Meanwhile, this year’s edition of Women in Worship, brought together women and men from all walks of life including Ghanaian gospel artistes; Diana Hamilton; Daughters of Glorious Jesus, Cece Twum, Cindy Thompson and Nigerian musician Mercy Chinwo who were used as vessels to heal and transform patrons through moments of worship.