The Ministry to Persons with Disabilities (MPWDs) of The Church of Pentecost, in partnership with Joni & Friends and Covenant Family Care Missions, Ghana, has provided assistive devices to about 213 persons with disabilities (PWDs).
The exercise is in fulfilment of the ministry’s vision to project the love of Christ to PWDs by granting them opportunities to actively participate in the Kingdom business and thereby facilitate their full inclusion in society.
The assistive devices include wheelchairs, crutches, zimmer frames, and white canes.
The MPWD is a ministry of The Church of Pentecost birthed under her five-year strategic vision, dubbed Vision 2023. It seeks to build a strong ministry to persons with disabilities (PWDs) through effective evangelism and discipleship, as well as create an enabling environment to promote their spiritual, emotional and personal growth in order to impact the church, their communities, and nations.
Joni & Friends is an organisation in the USA which envisions a world where every person with disability finds hope, dignity and their place in the Body of Christ.
Covenant Family Care Missions, on the other hand, is a subsidiary of Covenant Family Community Church in Accra that evangelises to persons with disabilities in Ghana.
Report by MPWDs Media Team