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Bawku Area Organises Fulani Convention

The Bawku Area of The Church of Pentecost organised its maiden Fulani Convention on Saturday, March 9, 2024, at the Zebilla Central Assembly auditorium, which brought together 222 Fulanis across the Area.

As part of the Area’s effort to reach out to all people with the gospel, the Bawku Area, through the Home and Urban Missions (HUM), is intentionally and strategically reaching out to the Unreached People Groups (UPGs) and the marginalised in society.

The event was graced by Pastor Emmanuel Owusu, the Walewale HUM Sector Coordinator, and Overseer Abubakar Diallo Sulemana, the Nkwanta HUM Sector Coordinator.

During the convention, the Area Head, Pastor Eric Gyacham, delivered an exhortation on the topic: “Jesus Came to Seek and to Save the Outcast.”

Drawing reference from Luke 19:1-10, he emphasised Jesus’ deliberate mission to reach out to marginalised groups in society, including children, sinners, women, strangers, and unreached people groups.

Pastor Eric Gyacham encouraged the participants to emulate Zacchaeus’ response to his encounter with Jesus by obeying His instructions, welcoming Him gladly, as well as repenting and confessing their sins.

Ending his exhortation with an altar call, 53 persons accepted Christ as their Lord and personal Savior. Subsequently, 14 Fulani converts were baptised in water and 11 others received Holy Spirit baptism.

The convention also featured discussions and intense prayer sessions that led to significant healings and the manifestation of the Holy Spirit among the attendees.

Also, the Area enrolled 19 people onto the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS).

Report by Bawku Area Media Team

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