Renowned Bishop and General Overseer of Life International Church, Bishop Gordon Kisseh has asked the youth to be grateful to their respective parents and guardians for their undying efforts to cater for their needs.
In an interview on the YLeaderboard series with Naa Dzama on Y107.9 FM’s “Myd Morning Radio Show”, Bishop Kisseh recounted his humble beginnings as he believes that one could earn opportunities by having a heart of gratitude.
According to him, his youthful days could be described as anything less than wealthy however the ability of his parents to cater for his basic needs together with his relatives ensured he earn some opportunities for that he has always been appreciative.
“Growing up there was no silver spoon in the country. So you have spoons alright but they weren’t silver spoons and for me I saw those spoons as opportunities. I had opportunities from my parents because if you have parents that could provide for you that is one of the few things we should be grateful for. They took care of me and my relatives, cousins and nieces so obviously my family house was very big that had a lot of our distant relatives leaving together with us,” he shared.
Bishop Kisseih further disclosed that he was only able to become sociable because of how well he related with his extended families. For him, there was little regard for name tagging as they only treated each other as brothers and sisters.
“That to me helped me to be a social person. We didn’t consider ourselves as siblings and the distant families but we all considered ourselves as brothers and sisters. So yes to have parents who could take care of you could be some opportunity to you.”
By: Jude Tackie
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