The Assemblies of God Church (AG) has expressed concern about indiscipline and high rate of corruption which had eaten into the fabric of society.
It said the alarming ills in society in the midst of outspread of churches were an indication that the clergy had failed in carrying out the end time biblical responsibilities.
Reverend John Felix Kwaku Yeboah, newly appointed Brong-Ahafo Regional Superintendent of the Assemblies of God, raised the concern in an interview with the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in Sunyani.
He expressed regret that there was no more respect for the elderly and authority, high corruption, immorality, alcoholism and get rich quick attitude among the youth.
Rev Yeboah said the trend could reverse if churches begin to concentrate on salvation and holiness rather than prosperity, healing and miracles.
He cautioned the public to be wary of false prophets and teachers who had entered into Christ Ministry with the aim of acquiring wealth by duping people.
The Reverend Minister said if care was not taken the country would be starved of leaders with integrity and patriotism.
Rev Yeboah said the AG would not tolerate, especially, pastors with questionable characters and asked Christians to desire for spiritual and eternal comforts.