Ghanaian footballer Asamoah Gyan takes great pride in the fact that he is only a “part-time Christian” who hasn’t visited a church in a long time.
Gyan still considers himself a sincere Christian, and he claims that his actions are not sinful, despite the fact that he has been away from the church for a long time, which many Christians regard as the presence of God.
According to Abeiku Santana of ATUU, the former Black Stars captain is open to hearing the gospel from anyone.
Gyan claims he is being careful because of the proliferation of counterfeit churches.
When the host inquired as to his most recent church attendance, he revealed this information.
“As Kofi Kinaata puts it, I am a part-time Christian. I was baptized in the Methodist Church, but I no longer go to church; I don’t. Now more than ever, they don’t speak the truth. Some of the churches don’t, however, the decision not to go to church doesn’t make you a bad person,” he said.
Asamoah Gyan furthered: “Yes, I am a Christian. I just don’t go to church. I pray; we all pray. I don’t remember the last time I read my Bible, but I am a true Christian. My mind is always hot. If you sit me down to preach God’s word, I will listen, but before then I need to analyze the person, especially when I know their lifestyle.”