Date: November 9, 2017
The Chief of Nkrankrom, a farming community in the Sienchem District in Goaso Area of The Church of Pentecost, has supported the church in putting up a place of worship in the community.
The construction of the church building, which is a Community Based Church Building (CBCB) project, became possible due to a parcel of land donated by Nana Engman.
The chief further organised the entire community members to work at the site through communal labour, to facilitate the construction of the church building.
Nana Engmann also took the feeding cost of the masons and all the labourers that worked on the building, and personally supervised work on the building.
The chief, who was not a member of the Church, decided to give his life to Jesus Christ during the foundation stone laying ceremony of the building on Tuesday, 31st October, 2017.
In a remark, Nana Engmann expressed his gratitude to the Church for embarking on various developmental projects, of which his community became a beneficiary.
“I am very happy for what is going on in my community. I pray that God would answer anybody who comes here with a problem. May prosperity, glory, honour and progress be bestowed on every member for the commitment they have demonstrated towards the building of God’s house,” he said.
Nana Engmann pledged his continuous support to the assembly to ensure that the building is fully completed and dedicated to the glory of God.
The benevolence gesture of the chief moved the church to launch into an intensive prayers asking for God’s blessing on him and the entire community.
The Nkrankrom Assembly was opened in 1988 and had been fellowshipping in a temporary structure for the past 29 years.
Report by: Pastor Samuel Abil Asoandek, Nkaseim
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