Drobo Krupiase Dedicates Mission House

Date: January 22, 2018

The Drobo Krupiase District in the Berekum Area of The Church of Pentecost has dedicated its mission house to the glory of God.

The building was dedicated by the Berekum Area Head, Apostle Kingsley Miah, ably assisted by the District Minister, Pastor John K. Boamah.

The building project was initiated in 2009 during the tenure of Pastor Dickson Otchere Darko as the Drobo Krupiase District Minister. He worked tirelessly and saw to it that the foundation stone of the building was laid in 2012 by Apostle M. S. Appiah, the Area Head at the time. In 2012, Pastor John Boamah took over as District Minister and continued the project to its completion.

Speaking on the topic: “The Eternal God Is Our Refuge” taken from Numbers 35:6,33-34 and Joshua 20:1-3, the Dormaa Ahenkro District Minister, Pastor Samuel W. Acheampong, pointed out that in the olden days in Israel, a place was designated as a city of refuge for people who faulted and had to be punished for their evil acts.

Nevertheless, when those people fled to the city of refuge, they were protected or saved. He, however, explained that Christians do not have to run to other people or places for protection because the Almighty God is their refuge. He, therefore, urged believers to strive to stay with Him at all cost.

He added that anyone who is looking to benefit from the protection of God must first accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. He said that anyone who does this and purposes in their heart to walk with him, God would protect them and their families.

Pastor Acheampong noted that in the scriptures when the Priests who ensured the safety of the refugees died, their protection was at stake. However, Christians must not fear because their refuge is the same yesterday, today and forever, hence He will never fail them.

Dedicating the building, Apostle Kingsley Miah explained that a Mission House is a place that is full of God’s countenance, protection and glory. According to him, it is also a place of holiness and fellowship where people who come with challenges are relieved.

He, therefore, urged church members to contribute generously to the construction of any Mission House since it serves a divine purpose.

The Drobo Krupiase District Mission House was built at a total cost of GH₵ 150,001.10.

Present at the event were representatives of the Member of Parliament (MP) and the District Chief Executive (DCE) of Jaman South. The Berekum Area pastorate and their wives were also present to grace the occasion.

Report By: Overseer Solomon Azagisiya