A special get-together event, dubbed “Gospel Dinner,” organised by the Evangelism Ministry of A-Lang Worship Centre of The Church of Pentecost last Sunday, yielded ten souls to the glory of God.
The event was part of the Church’s scheduled activities to mark the “November Aggressive Evangelism Month” recently observed in The Church of Pentecost nationwide.
The well-patronised event, which took place at the church premises, drew 366 participants (116 adults and 250 children), including non-members.
The patrons were treated to locally-made drinks, pastries, popcorn and some soothing gospel music.
A key feature of the event was a panel discussion led by the District Secretary, Elder Richard Boampong, during which the five-member panel, namely; Apostle Dr. Christian Tsekpoe (the Resident Minister), his wife, Mrs. Olivia Tsekpoe, Elder Nicholas Boampong, Elder Prince Asare and Deaconess Georgina Gyasi, shared their Christian conversion stories and encouraged other believers in the faith.
An altar call after the session by Elder Christopher Abbey-Quaye saw ten people surrendering their lives to Jesus Christ and another rededicating their life to Christ. Five of the new converts underwent water baptism, and three received Holy Spirit baptism.
Report by ALWC Media