The Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye has charged ministers and wives of the church to drink deep from the Holy Spirit and feed heavily on His word in order to be credible vessels of God.
He said that, in the quest to possess the nations, church leaders must be prepared to tap into the fresh anointing of the Lord and be ablaze to impact and transform all spheres of society for Christ.
Opening the 7th edition of the Ministers and Wives’ Conference on Wednesday, January 22, 2020, at the Pentecost Convention Centre (PCC), Gomoa Fetteh near Kasoa, the Chairman urged the ministers to engage the Holy Spirit through prayers always and have high expectations from the Lord. He, therefore, advised them to draw essential lessons from all the ministrations and be open to the Holy Spirit for His leadings.
Touching on the Vision 2023, Apostle Nyamekye said the church would deliberately bring to fore the dual purpose of the Church; that the church is called by God himself and sent back into the world as salt and light to serve God’s purpose and to transform it with the values and principles of the Kingdom of God.
He added that the focus of the conference anchored on the 2020 theme “A Glorious Church to Possess the Nations” (Ephesians 3:21; 5:27) and drawn from the overarching theme Possessing the Nations under Vision 2023 is to equip the ministers and wives to become the glorious bride of Christ, well adorned for the Bridegroom without spot or wrinkle.
Topics to be treated at the conference include A Glorious Church to Possess the Nations, The Church: Called to a Holy Living, Living a Life of Integrity as a Christian, The Christian and the Lordship of Christ, Possessing the Nations through Prayer. The rest are Possessing the Nations through Personal Evangelism, Raising Godly Children to Possess the Nations, The Power and Beauty of Christian Fellowship and I am an Agent of Transformation.
About 3,500 ministers and wives of the church in Ghana are taking part in this year’s conference.