The Aflao Area Youth Ministry of The Church of Pentecost, in collaboration with the Pentecost Students and Associates of the Keta Nursing and Midwifery Training College (PENSA Keta-NMTC), has organised a three-day campus crusade.
The event, dubbed “Behold I Come Quickly” (Revelation 22:12), which was held from Friday, March 25 to Sunday, March 27, 2022, was led by the Aflao Area Youth Ministry Leader, Overseer Seth K. Danah.
As part of the crusade, the team, comprising Area Young Missionaries, undertook various exercises, including house-to-house evangelism, shop-to-shop evangelism, as well as street and cinema evangelism.
The outreaches yielded 52 souls in all. Among the converts were drug addicts and people of other faiths.
Speaking at the climax of the outreach held at the school’s assembly hall on Sunday, Overseer Seth Kofi Danah asserted that “the promise of Jesus’ Second Coming is a great hope and anticipation for every believer.”
He further noted that the glorious expectation of every believer is that the Lord Jesus would come for them as He promised, and this hope is based on what is written in the Scriptures.
He, therefore, urged believers to be assured of their salvation in Christ and to do well to work on it with fear and trembling.
Other dignitaries who graced the event were Pastor Stephen M. Akorsu, Overseer Seth Wettey Larbi, and Elder Stephen Amevor (PENSA Patron, NMTC-Keta).
Report by Pastor Francis Lamptey, Aflao Area Reporter