Anyaa-Ablekuma Area Women's Ministry Donates to Royal Seed Orphanage web

Anyaa-Ablekuma Area Women’s Ministry Donates to Royal Seed Orphanage

The Anyaa-Ablekuma Area Women’s Ministry of The Church of Pentecost has donated items worth GHȼ35,000.00 to support the Royal Seed Orphanage located at Ofaakor, Kasoa.

The donation was made on December 15, 2023, when the Area Head, Apostle William Ohemeng-Kwakye, his wife, Mrs. Comfort Ohemeng-Kwakye, and Deaconess Berlinda Asumadu (Area Women’s Ministry Leader) led a church delegation to the home.

The team was welcomed by the founder of the orphanage, Nana Awo Abena Ntorbea I, the Kontihene of Parkro, along with some caregivers and the children residing at the home.

Providing a brief historical account of the home, Nana Ntorbea mentioned that the Royal Seed Orphanage began as a foundation in 1996, with the registration process completed in 2002.

Recounting her own challenging early years, when she endured great hardship and ended up as a street child, Nana Ntorbea shared that during her painful ordeal, she pledged to start an orphanage to prevent other underprivileged children from suffering the same fate when she succeeded in life.

Nana Ntorbea mentioned feeding, payment of fees—especially for those in tertiary institutions—and logistical support for the children’s upkeep, as the major challenges facing the home.

Despite these challenges, she noted that divine providence consistently met their needs as individuals and organisations, inspired by God, supported the home.

An emotional scene unfolded when the delegation spotted an adorable toddler, one of the home’s children.

Deaconess Berlinda Asumadu empathised with the children and expressed gratitude to the Women’s Ministry leaders at the district and local levels for their contributions to alleviating the children’s plight.

Apostle Ohemeng-Kwakye thanked Nana Ntorbea for her zeal and commitment to the welfare of the vulnerable.

He emphasised the love of God, which he demonstrated by giving His son Jesus to the world, as mentioned in John 3:16, surpasses any other gift that a human being can offer.

Encouraging the children to cherish the love of Jesus despite their challenging circumstances, he advised them to take their spiritual lives seriously and adopt the “No Bible, No Breakfast” (NBNB) principle.

The Area Head ended by praying for the children and urging them to continue placing their faith in God in all circumstances.

The joy resulting from the benevolent act of the Women’s Ministry was evident on the faces of the children and their caregivers.

Report by Anyaa-Ablekuma Area Media Team.

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