Date: July 27, 2017
Dansoman Area of The Church of Pentecost ended this year’s Easter Convention dubbed “Total Life Convention” in an unprecedented style.
The event was held from April 12-16, 2017 on the theme, “Jesus Christ: The Lord of Life” (Acts 3:15). The 13 districts in the Area were divided into five zones and each zone sub-divided into five seminar groups. The 25 seminar groups met indoors in the mornings for prayers, teaching and learning of selected topics relevant to the needs of the group.
The seminar groups comprised children (1-12 years old), teens (13- 19 years old), singles, widows and widowers, married couples and the “powerhouse” which had people of various ages in need of divine miracles and healings.
Some topics treated in the seminars were career guidance, self-branding, personal development, how to choose a marriage partner, improving sex in marriage, conflict resolution in marriage, my life-my health, the miracles of Jesus Christ, the importance of faith, Holy Spirit baptism and infilling, peer influence and relationships, dangers of pre-marital sex and teenage pregnancy.
The evening sessions were used for outdoor evangelistic crusades held in five zonal centres.
The Area Head, Apostle Onyinah Gyamfi, together with his team of ministers and their wives toured the seminar centres and crusade grounds to minister. They were assisted by selected knowledgeable and capable officers who taught at the seminars or preached at the crusades.
Attendance was very high throughout the convention. A total of 114 souls were won for Christ of which 63 were baptized in water, while 288 saints received the Holy Spirit baptism.
The power of the Holy Spirit was greatly manifested as eight spectacular miracles were recorded, whilst 197 others received healings and deliverances from various ailments and demonic oppressions.
The climax of the convention on Sunday recorded a total attendance of 19,990 worshippers.
Report by: Pastor Johnny Lartey Peprah
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