The Agormanya Area Women’s Ministry of The Church of Pentecost has organised a day’s market evangelism in collaboration with the Asutsuare District Women’s Ministry.
The event, dubbed “Market Rally” was held on Sunday, August 28, 2022, at the Asutsuare Market, and had the Agormanya Area Women’s Ministry Leader, Deaconess Janet Nartey, and her team, the Area pastorate and their wives, and members of the ministry in Asutstuare District.
In an address, the Pastor’s Wives representative on the Agormanya Area Women’s Ministry Executive Committee, Mrs Ruby Ayisi Mensah, noted that the main purpose of the market evangelism was to take the gospel to the doorstep of the market women since the market day prevented most of them from attending church.
Speaking on the topic, “If the Son Sets You Free, You Shall be Free Indeed” – John 8:36, Deaconess Theresah Nyarko, Agormanya Area Women’s Ministry Treasurer, called on the traders to accept the Lord Jesus Christ as their Lord and personal Saviour.
“Jesus is the only one mandated to forgive our sins and take mankind out of every bondage,” she said.
Narrating the story of Adam and Eve, Deaconess Nyarko stated that after God rejected man in the Garden of Eden, Adam sought help and salvation from other creatures, admonishing, “Don’t worship or seek salvation from God’s creation; Jesus is the only Saviour. Come to Jesus Christ who is the only one to give you peace and salvation.”
She then urged them to subject their businesses and plans to the Lordship and authority of Jesus because He is the only one to give them a lasting solution to all their life and business challenges.
Deaconess Nyarko assured them of God’s love, kindness, and goodness whenever they approach Him in any situation.
After an altar call led by Deaconess Hannah Ogbordjor, four traders surrendered their lives to Jesus Christ, and prayers were held for them by the Asutsuare District Minister, Pastor Joseph Kojo Mensah.
In a closing response, the Asutsuare Women’s Ministry Leader expressed her heartfelt gratitude to the Asutsuare Market Women Association for giving them the space to preach. She also commended the Area Women’s Ministry Leadership for the great initiative.
Report by Agormanya Area Media Ministry Team.