Apostle Addo-Pappoe Leaves Twifo Praso For Tepa web

Apostle Addo-Pappoe Leaves Twifo Praso For Tepa

It was all joy at the Asikafo Assembly church auditorium in the Twifo Praso District of The Church of Pentecost as the pastorate, their wives, and members in the Twifo Praso Area converged to officially bid farewell to their outgoing Area Head, Apostle David Nii Addo-Pappoe, and his family.

The service, held on August 27, 2023, was officiated by Apostle Fredrick Kweku Andoh, Assin Foso Area Head, and assisted by Pastor Isaac Kofi Anane, the Mankessim Area Head. The well-attended event had in attendance Chiefs and queen mothers from Wassa Akyeampim District, as well as delegates from Techiman Area, Assin Foso Area, Greater Accra, Sege District, and other districts of the Church.

Apostle David Nii Addo-Pappoe assumed leadership of the newly-created Area in 2020, following its creation from the Assin Foso Area.

During the service, the Area Presbytery, Women’s Ministry, Pastorate, and royal figures from Wassa Akyempim District shared glowing testimonies about Apostle Addo-Pappoe’s remarkable achievements during his three-year tenure.

Apostle Frederick Kwaku Andoh delivered a sermon titled “Why Transfer?”  at the event. Reading from Isaiah 42:1-10 and Acts, Apostle Andoh highlighted the biblical precedent for transfers, citing examples such as Abraham and Philip from the Old and New Testaments.

He emphasised that transfers serve a purpose and that God provides security for those He calls. He also stressed that their calling is a form of transfer, resulting in responsibilities that should be embraced wholeheartedly.

In response, Apostle David Nii Addo-Pappoe and his family expressed profound gratitude to God, the Church’s leadership, the Area Presbytery, the Pastorate, and various individuals and groups who supported them throughout their time in Twifo Praso.

Report by Twifo Praso Area Media Team

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