Agona Swedru Area Supports Internal Missions

To boost the mission enterprise of The Church of Pentecost, the Agona Swedru Area of the Church, under the leadership of Apostle Derek Kwaning Mireku, has donated 100 pieces of cloth to three districts in the internal mission areas of the Church.

The beneficiary districts are the Tolon District in the Tamale Area, Wellembelle District in the Tumu Area, and Kparekpare District in the Nkwanta Area.

Making the presentation on behalf of the Area Head, Pastor Edward Asamoah Antwi, an Area Executive Committee Member and Area Evangelism Ministry Leader, said the gesture is in line with the Church’s strategic vision of “possessing the nations” (Vision 2023).

He indicated that one of the ways to win souls for God’s Kingdom is to show care and affection towards meeting needs.

Pastor Antwi further noted that one of the basic necessities of life is clothing and that some souls won had failed to partake in church services and meetings because they feel left out in terms of what to wear.

He said that the area leadership is, therefore, confident that the clothes will foster the warmth of brotherly fellowship among the brethren.

Receiving the items on behalf of the beneficiary districts, the Chairman of the Area Missions Committee, Pastor Frederick Tetteh, expressed his joy and promised that the clothes will end up with the right beneficiaries.

He thanked members of the Church in the area for their unrelenting support of missions in diverse ways. He also disclosed that this year’s donation will be sent to three districts in internal missions, pastored by men of God called into ministry from the Agona Swedru Area.

This, according to him, is to encourage them and serve as a reminder to them that their brethren back home fully support their ministry.

Report by Agona Swedru Area Media Team.

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