Axim Area Head Dedicates Ezilinbo & Ekpanyisuazo Church Buildings web

Axim Area Head Dedicates Ezilinbo & Ekpanyisuazo Church Buildings

The Axim Area Head of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Daniel Mireku-Gyamera, has dedicated the newly constructed church auditoriums of the Ezilinbo and Ekpanyisuazo Assemblies in the Bonyere and Tikobo No. 1 districts of the Church, respectively.

The separate dedication services took place on Sunday, June 16, 2024.

The Ezilinbo Assembly auditorium, which cost GHS 143,000.00, was funded by national, area, and district grants, along with local assembly and individual contributions.

It is worthy to mention that Elder Robert and Mrs. Regina Andoh, both members of the church and natives of Ezilinbo but based in the United States of America, made a massive contribution of GHS 73,000.00 towards the construction of the auditorium.

Preaching on the topic “A Dedicated Church is an Unleashing Centre for Transformation” at the event, Pastor Yeboah Koranteng Jnr., the Nsien District Minister, admonished the members to see the church as a place where love, self-control, and morality are taught and practiced.

He stressed that a dedicated church is a place of prayer and power, a hospital, and not a mortuary.

He added that members should see themselves as mobile churches who will aggressively embark on all forms of outreach, converting and transforming their society.

Apostle Daniel Mireku-Gyamera, in his remarks, thanked and blessed Elder Robert and Mrs. Andoh for their sacrificial giving towards the construction of the building.

He encouraged members to emulate such an act, stressing that The Church of Pentecost was birthed, nurtured, and continues to spread through sacrificial giving.

In attendance were Mrs. Evelyn Selasi Mireku-Gyamera (wife of the Area Head), the area pastorate and their wives. Also present were General Augustine Peter Blay (former Chief of Defence Staff), Nana Kroah IV (Chief of Ezilinbo Community), as well as a delegation from the Jomoro Constituency and other churches.

The Ekpanyisuazo Assembly church building, constructed at a total cost of GHS 80,264.00, was largely funded through the GHS 40,000.00 grant received through the Community Based Church Building (CBCB) initiative of the Church’s Headquarters. The rest of the funds were generated through the area, district, local assembly, and individual contributions.

The most spectacular aspect of the dedication ceremony came when a sister and one of the elders of the Chief of Ekpanyisuazo, who had accompanied him to the event, responded to an altar call by Apostle Daniel Mireku-Gyamera and were led to give their lives to Jesus Christ.

Report by Axim Area Media Team

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