Apostle Emmanuel Agyei Kwafo, the National Coordinator for Home and Urban Missions (HUM), took part in the “Christ for All” mission outreach in the Kintampo and Duayaw Nkwanta areas of The Church of Pentecost.
The mission outreach, an initiative of HUM, began with a training retreat from August 7 to 9, 2023, at the Techiman Dwomor Central Assembly church auditorium for HUM leaders and volunteers in the Techiman Sector. The main event, however, was held from August 21 to 22, during which the team embarked on various forms of evangelism exercises within the Kunsu community.
Addressing the outreach team at the Kunsu Central Assembly on Monday evening, Apostle Emmanuel Kwafo Agyei underscored the significance of mother tongue and urged all to cherish and value their native language. He advised them to make a conscious effort to train their children in their mother tongue.
The HUM Coordinator further entreated all to make soul-winning a priority and not to see it as the duty of a select group of people.
He also emphasized the need to engage the unreached groups with the sole aim of winning them for Christ.
“We shouldn’t think the Fulanis do not deserve salvation; they can be won for Christ if we become intentional about it,” adding: “By the grace of God, The Church of Pentecost has ordained a Fulani Minister.”
The Kintampo Area Head, Apostle Francis Agyemang Badu, was grateful to the team for the visit and assured them of contributing his massive support as far as HUM activities are concerned.
The Kunsu District Minister, Overseer Emmanuel Apaah Aggrey, also expressed his profound appreciation for the visit and assured the National Coordinator of their immense support for the HUM activities in the Area.
He then took him and his team to a community named “Miawani,” where the gospel was being shared by some members of the “Christ for All Nations” outreach team. Apostle Kwafo and his team also used the opportunity to share the gospel with some individuals in the Kunsu community, where he personally led two gentlemen to accept Christ as Lord and Saviour.
After the meeting, Apostle Agyei Kwafo headed to the Duayaw Nkwanta Area, where he joined the “Christ for All” Missions Outreach team.
During his visit to these Areas, he was accompanied by Pastor Kwasi Bukari (HUM Pastor, Techiman Sector), Pastor Philip Osei Agyemang (Kintampo Area HUM Coordinator), and Pastor Augustine Odehyieba Ababio (Jema Nkwanta).
Report by HUM Media Team