The Anyaa-Ablekuma Area of The Church of Pentecost, led by Apostle William Ohemeng-Kwakye, on Sunday, October 23, 2023, launched this year’s aggressive evangelism month initiative, dubbed “One Member, One Discipled Soul.”
The project, initiated by the church through the Evangelism Ministry, dedicates the month of November to aggressive evangelism nationwide.
During a leadership training program organized for all presiding elders and Area and District Ministry executives ahead of the month, Apostle Ohemeng-Kwakye preached on the theme: “What Do You See, Man of God?” inspired by Jeremiah 1:10-12, 2 Kings 6:16, 17, and Genesis 16:13.
He encouraged leaders to be visionary leaders and not outdated or wheelbarrow-typed leaders who are always pushed to act.
He charged the house that they are leaders of city churches; hence, they should strive to “see well.”
The Area Head also mentioned that God has called and appointed leaders to win souls for Himself and needed to see themselves as such.
He also announced that every local assembly within the Area is tasked to win at least 21 souls during the period.
Apostle Ohemeng-Kwakye advised presiding elders and ministry leaders to be skillful in discharging their duties.
Following his presentation was Pastor Frank Awuah Fordjour, a coopted National Executive Committee (NEC) member of the Evangelism Ministry and the Agape District Minister, who shed more light on the activities to be embarked upon during the month.
These activities include house-to-house evangelism, personal evangelism, market evangelism, bus evangelism, street evangelism, ministry to prostitutes, sports evangelism, dawn broadcasting, ministry to the ghettos, water and Holy Spirit baptisms, etc.
During the launch ceremony, the Anyaa-Ablekuma Area Head requested all present to be intentional about winning back backsliders during the month.
Members present spontaneously burst into speaking in tongues at the end of the launch to demonstrate how poised they were to win the lost souls for Christ.
In attendance were Mrs. Comfort Ohemeng-Kwakye (Wife of the Area Head), the area pastorate, Area and District ministry leaders, and presiding elders. In all, 207 persons participated in the launch ceremony.
Report by Anyaa-Ablekuma Area Media Team