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Burma Camp Worship Centre Boosts Missions Efforts With Generous Donation

The Rhema Assembly of the Burma Camp Worship Centre in the La Area of The Church of Pentecost has demonstrated its commitment to advancing the missions work of the church by donating a motorbike valued at GHS9,000.00 to the International Missions Office.

Led by Resident Minister Pastor Cornelius Edem Lotsu, a delegation comprising Elder Lt. Col. Felix Mautsueni (District Missions Committee Chairman), Mr Theophilus Owusu (Assistant), Deaconess Barbara Sedode (Committee Member), Elder John Teye, and Asafoatse Otouaku, presented the keys to the motorbike along with essential accessories such as a helmet and raincoat to the International Missions Director (IMD), Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang Bekoe.

The presentation took place at the church’s headquarters in Accra on Wednesday, March 27, 2024.

Expressing gratitude on behalf of the International Missions Board, Apostle Bekoe commended the Burma Camp Worship Centre for its timely and significant contribution to the church’s missions enterprise. He remarked, “This motorbike has come at an opportune time.”

Apostle Bekoe highlighted the pivotal role the motorbike would play in aiding ministers in Internal Missions areas in Ghana in reaching remote communities inaccessible by conventional vehicles.

He offered blessings to the church for its thoughtful donation, acknowledging the tangible impact it would have on extending the church’s outreach.

Mrs Victoria Kumi-Woode, Senior Administrative Manager at the Missions Office, attended the short presentation ceremony.

This generous donation is a testament to the dedication of the Burma Camp Worship Centre to furthering the mission of spreading the gospel to all corners, ensuring that no community remains untouched by the message of faith and hope.


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