2nd “Let The Bible Speak” Conference Held

The second annual “Let The Bible Speak” Conference was organised by the Cape Coast Sector of the Pentecost Students and Associates (PENSA) on Saturday, March 25, 2023, at the Adisadel auditorium.

The event, themed “Repositioned and Grounded in the Tenets of The Church of Pentecost for Maximum Impact on Campus” (Colossians 2:6-7), was attended by over 1,300 PENSA members from the various tertiary and pre-tertiary institutions in the sector.

The main speaker for the conference, Apostle Col. Benjamin Godson Kumi-Woode, spoke on the topic “The Bible: The Word of God.”

He stressed that the Church believed in the divine inspiration and authority of the holy scriptures.

He noted that the Bible was infallible in its declaration, final in its authority, all-sufficient in its provision, and comprehensive in its sufficiency.

Apostle Kumi-Woode further explained that “although God had spoken His word through His prophets, He now speaks to us in the language of a Son, according to Hebrews 1:2. Jesus Christ expressed everything about God to us when He walked the earth, and God has preserved this record in the Bible for us.”

He also touched on the external and internal evidence of the Bible as the unique word of God. He explained that the harmony and unity in the Bible reveal the evidence of the Bible as the Word of God.

Apostle Kumi-Woode, therefore, urged Christian youth to respond to the word of God by faith and to always obey what it says.

He also emphasised the importance of reading, studying, meditating on, and memorising the Bible.

The conference also featured other speakers such as Pastor Blessing Joseph Quayson (PENSA Traveling Secretary for Cape Coast Sector) and Pastor George Tackie (Moree District Minister), who spoke on the topics “Ordinances of Water Baptism and Lord’s Supper” and “Tithes and Offerings,” respectively. At the end of the event, 200 souls were won, 100 others rededicated their lives to Christ, and ten members received Holy Spirit baptism.

Report by PENSA-Cape Coast Sector Editorial Team.

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