Christians and Muslims Promote the Family in Interfaith Symposium
Muslim and Christian leaders met together in an interfaith symposium on July 2, 2016 to discuss “The role of the family in God’s plan.” The program was organized by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and moderated by the president of the Lutheran Church of Ghana, Rt. Rev. Dr. Paul Kofi Fynn.
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