567 Souls Won In PENSA-UCC’s Missions Outreach At Komenda web

567 Souls Won In PENSA-UCC’s Missions Outreach At Komenda

The “Gospel Across Boundaries” missions outreach by the University of Cape Coast branch of the Pentecost Students and Associates (PENSA-UCC) led by the Campus Minister, Pastor Frank Akonnor has concluded with one local assembly opened, 567 souls won and 259 rededicating their lives to Christ at Komenda, in the Central Region of Ghana.       

The outreach was held from Tuesday 23rd April to Sunday, 28th April 2024 under the theme, “One Name, Jesus Christ” with anchor scripture from Acts 4:12.

The PENSA-UCC team was divided into six groups according to the zones in the district with each zone comprising of about 25 students.

The outreach also saw 147 people baptised in water and 110 receiving Holy Spirit baptism with initial evidence of tongues-speaking.

During the outreach, the PENSA Ghana Coordinator, Elder Issah Nwenbe Jeln visited the team and encouraged the team to continue working for the Lord for their labour won’t be in vain, he then spoke to them concerning the upcoming PENSA conference and entreated the team to be involved in the various committees.

Throughout the outreach, there was a mighty move of God. Many signs and wonders followed the proclamation of the gospel. One of the most heartening miracles involved was the miraculous healing of a 70-year-old woman battling with a mild stroke, who could not move but received instant healing at the rally grounds and was able to move freely. Also, Maame Grace Owusu, a woman of about 50 years whose children have abandoned her for over 15 years received a conference call from her children a day afterthe team prayed for her.

Madam Angelina Baidoo, a heavily pregnant woman narrated that she woke up in the morning with severe abdominal pains so she decided to visit the hospital, on her way, she saw that service was ongoing and decided to join and visit the hospital afterwards, but a few minutes after she was prayed for, the pain left her.

At the closing session of the outreach, Pastor Frank Akonnnor remarked “indeed, God’s power is still at work. All glory be to God for the great feat achieved. It is our prayer that the souls won will be nurtured into maturity in Christ”.

Report by PENSA-UCC Secretariat Team

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