Amantin District Donates To Ejura Prisons (2)

Amantin District Donates To Ejura Prisons

The Amantin District of The Church of Pentecost in the Atebubu Area has donated items worth GH¢ 3,000.00 to the inmates of the Ejura Prisons. The District Minister, Pastor Daniel Teye Narh, accompanied by his wife and some officers of the church, presented the items to the facility on March 7, 2021.

The items included bags of maize, beans, groundnut, gari, tubers of yam, provisions, packs of toilet roll, sachet water, bathroom slippers, packs of toothpaste, and toothbrushes as well as cash of GH¢ 100.00.

Receiving the items, the officer-in-charge of the facility, Superintendent Dickson Owusu Ameyaw, expressed their profound gratitude to The Church of Pentecost for the kind gesture shown them. He assured the Church that the donations would be used for its intended purpose and would go a long way to alleviate the plight of the inmates.

Delivering a short message on the topic, “Believe in Jesus and be reconciled to God” based on Romans 3:23, Pastor Daniel Teye Narh said that sin has separated humankind from God and the only way humankind can be reconciled to God is by believing and accepting the Lord Jesus Christ and He will forgive their sin.

“Do not think that we don’t think about you; we do and pray for you and that is why we have come to visit you. Don’t also think that your sins are many that you cannot be forgiven. Even if the State does not forgive your sins, if you believe in Jesus He will forgive you of all your sins,” he stated.

The inmates joyfully and gladly accepted the message and all 53 inmates accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour.

A prayer was said for the officers and the inmates.

Report by Pastor Daniel Teye Narh (Atebubu Area Reporter).

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