Pastor Benedict Eghan, the Resident Minister for the Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC), Tesano, and the Personal Assistant to the Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, has revealed that the theme for this year serves as the foundation for the second phase of the Church’s “Possessing the Nations” agenda.
Speaking on “The Rationale for the 2024 Theme”, on Wednesday, January 3, 2024, at the Pentecost Convention Centre (PCC), Gomoa Fetteh, Pastor Eghan emphasised that this year’s theme is spirit-led, guiding The Church of Pentecost on the trajectory of God’s intentions and providing a focused framework for assessing growth.
Elaborating on the current phase of the “Possessing the Nations” agenda, Pastor Eghan stressed that the 2024 theme, “A People of God Unleashed to Transform Their World (1 Peter 2:9, Acts 1:8),” is critical to mobilising and unleashing the church for the transformation of their world in the coming years.
“The Lord has equipped us for five years; we are ready to transform the world with godly principles. Nothing will restrain us. The enemy cannot stop the church. We are arising and shining forth,” he declared with conviction.
In a call to action, Pastor Benedict urged all young people to rise and exert influence in their campuses, workplaces, and every sphere of life.
Highlighting on the Church’s unleashing mandate, he called for Christians to make their presence felt on earth, echoing the mission to possess all nations for Christ.
To reach and transform the youth, the Personal Assistant to the Chairman specifically encouraged Pentecost students to invigorate PENSA (Pentecost Students and Associates) on their campuses.
The 2024 Transformers Conference, which saw over 10,000 young participants across three centers (PCC, KNUST, and UDS), attested to the readiness and equipped nature of the youth, signaling a wind of transformation set to impact nations globally.
Report by PENSA Ghana Secretariat Team