The School of Fulani Ministry (SCOFUM), initiated by the Home and Urban Missions (HUM) of The Church of Pentecost, organised a graduation ceremony last Friday for 10 Fulbe converts who had successfully completed their training in Christian discipleship, evangelism, and church planting.
The SCOFUM initiative is held in partnership with the Pentecost University to train, disciple, and empower Fulanis to evangelise to their natives and plant indigenous churches in their communities.
The graduation ceremony had Mr Foster Kobina Amoani, the Registrar of Pentecost University as the guest speaker. Apostle Emmanuel Agyei Kwafo (National HUM Coordinator) also graced the event.
Addressing the graduands at the event, Mr. Amoani congratulated them for successfully undergoing the training school. He also encouraged them to continue to educate themselves to better impact their families and society.
Apostle Emmanuel Agyei Kwafo, in a brief remark, urged church leaders to enroll more Fulbe converts in the school since the graduates are a good resource base for future church leadership and contribute towards the realisation of the “possessing the nations” agenda.
Present at the event were Pastors Samuel Ofori Gyimah (Ashaiman HUM Pastor), Joseph Taah Appiah (DR Congo National Head), Kwasi Bukari (Techiman HUM Pastor), Gabriel Owusu Akyaw (Koforidua HUM Pastor), Kwasi Bukari (Techiman HUM Pastor), Overseer Emmanuel Otchere Darko (SCOFUM Registrar), and Elder Dr. Lawyer Ken Aboah (HUM National Executive Committee Member).
The next session of SCOFUM is slated for 2023.