Date: January 22, 2018
The Yendi Area Head of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle William Kojo Edzorhoho, on Sunday, November 26, 2017, dedicated the Kandin District Mission House.
He was assisted by the District Minister, Overseer Peter A. K. Darlinting, and the Yendi Area pastorate.
Kandin District was created from Tatale District during the time Pastor Christian Nimo was the district minister. The plot on which the 4-bedroom edifice has been built was acquired through the initiative of Pastor Nimo during the headship of Pastor Daniel Nii Tieko Tackie, the immediate past Yendi Area Head. The foundation stone was laid by Apostle W. K. Edzorhoho on August 10, 2016.
Delivering a sermon at the event, the Yendi District Minister, Pastor Thomas Brefo, who spoke on the theme, "The Dedication of the New Testament Church," drew parallels between the dedication of the Old Testament temple in 2 Chronicles 5:11-14 and that of the New Testament Church in Acts 1 and 2.
Using bottled water in demonstrating a point, he charged the congregation to be filled with the Holy Spirit, so that they can be useful to the Lord.
Pastor Brefo explained that the Holy Spirit infilling is a daily process and charged Christians to seek after the infilling and not just the initial baptism.
“When you are filled with the Holy Spirit, you have the power to live a victorious Christian life,” he indicated.
The entire project cost GH¢111,937.25, with funding being Headquarters’ Grant, Missions Grant and Newly Created District Grant.
In attendance were Pastor Isaac Appiah (Area Secretary) and Lucy Dede Edzorhoho (wife of the Area Head), among several other ministers with their wives. Also in attendance were some area executives, the traditional ruler of Kandin and his elders.
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