Madina Area Of The Church Of Pentecost Ends Easter Convention In High Spirit

The park in front of the Ghana Institute of Languages (GIL), near the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) in Madina was overflowed with members of The Church of Pentecost from the Madina Zone of the Madina Area where they had gathered to climax this year’s Easter convention on Sunday.

The four-day convention which started on Thursday was climaxed on Sunday morning [April 17, 2022], where believers in high spirit turned out in their numbers, numbering over 5,000, as they danced and praised God for the victorious death and the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the Saviour of the world.

Officiated by the International Missions Director (IMD) of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang Bekoe, who was present with his wife Deborah, the service was also graced by the Member of Parliament (MP) for Asene/Manso/Akroso Constituency, Hon. George Kwame Aboagye.

Also present were Apostle Nene Ahorlu Ofoe Amegatcher (Rtd.), former Director of Pentecost Men’s Ministry (PEMEM), and the six ministers and their wives who constitute the Madina Zone, namely Pastor Patrick Kobina Bremansu (East Legon District), Pastor Enoch Odame (Egyir Paintsil Memorial Worship Centre), Pastor Nehemiah Adjartey (Madina District), Pastor Gideon Kofi Boadu Yirenkyi (Firestone Worship Centre), Pastor Joshua Yirenkyi-Smart Jnr. (Adjiringanor District) and Probationary Overseer Prof. Joseph Osafo Adu (Rhema Worship Centre), as well as the PENSA Travelling Secretary for the Madina Sector, Pastor Gabriel Nti.

Preaching the sermon on the topic, “The Spirit that Raised Jesus From the Dead” based on Romans 8:11, Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang Bekoe revealed that it was the Holy Spirit (the Spirit of God) that raised Jesus from the dead, but not the angel who was seen in Jesus’ tomb.

He disclosed that before the coming of the angel to the tomb, the Holy Spirit had already lifted the “unliftable” from the dead.

According to him, the Holy Spirit, who is a spiritual being (a bodiless spirit with no human flesh) is both human and God, and exhibits himself in two ways – the breath of God and the wind from the Lord – as revealed in Exodus 14:21, Numbers 11:31, Acts 2:1-2; Ezekiel 37:4-5.

The International Missions Director disclosed that the Holy Spirit does not expire and is forever active to quicken the mortal bodies of believers and restore them to their original states.

He indicated that when believers are clothed with the Holy Spirit, he is able to transform and give them hope and turn things around in their lives.

Apostle Agemang Bekoe after the sermon led the congregation in prayers which saw an impartation of various spiritual giftings to the members.

This year’s Easter convention in the Madina Area was held at five zones. The other zones are the La-Nkwantanang zone made up of La-Nkwantanang, Ashalley Botwe, Estate Worship Centre and Adenta Housing Down districts; Dodowa zone made up of Dodowa, Doryumu, and Oyibi districts; Oyarifa zone comprising Oyarifa, Oyarifa Worship Centre, and Oyarifa Salem districts, and Amrahia zone consisting of Amrahia and Ashiyie districts.


Guard Your Heart From The Enemy’s Attacks – IMD Alerts Christians jpg

Guard Your Heart From The Enemy’s Attacks – IMD Alerts Christians

“The heart is a very delicate organ to human existence because it pumps oxygenated blood to all parts of the body. When the heart dies the human being also dies.

“In the same way, spiritually your heart must be guarded and protected from the enemy. Any believer who does not protect his or her heart is prone to the enemy’s attacks.”

These were the words of Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang Bekoe, the International Missions Director of The Church of Pentecost, during a sermon he delivered at the Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC), Kaneshie on Sunday, February 27, 2022.

The IMD stated that the mind is the battleground, and once the believer gives in to the thoughts of the devil, he [Satan] will take hold of his heart. That is why believers need to guard their hearts, he stated. 

“You need to guard your heart. Start running away from sin because it is dangerous to fight the enemy in his own territory. If you fight him on his turf, you will lose the battle. When you go to the mountain of God and fight him there, you will win the battle,” he said.

Reading from Proverbs 4:23 (Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it), he stressed that the heart and the mind are connected, and that anytime the Bible talks about the heart, it is also referring to the mind.

“The heart is the mind, the mind is the heart, and the two are in the soul of man. The heart of man is the mind of man and the mind of man is his thoughts. The thoughts and the mind are encapsulated in the brain. The mind and the heart together form the soul of a man,” he disclosed.

Speaking on the topic, “The Breastplate of Righteousness,” the IMD chose his main scripture reading from Ephesians 6:14 (Stand firm then, with the belt of truth buckled around your waist, with the breastplate of righteousness in place).

According to him, the armours represent God’s strength that he gives to the Christian once he/she is saved, and that once the believer puts them on they exhibit God’s strength.

Explaining the text, he stated that there is a connection between righteousness and holiness, saying, “Holiness is encapsulated in righteousness; once you are holy, you are also a righteous person.”

He indicated that imputed righteousness which is God’s righteousness that he shares part with the saved, just like the other armours of God, must be put on by the believer.

“The decision to put it on lies with you. You can decide not to put it on, it is your own prerogative,” he said.

He added: “We have many believers who have actually placed their armours aside. There are also those who have the armours in place, but they do not know how to use them.

“We must be a church that is equipped, prepared and trained and able to use the full armour to face the enemy.”

Touching on what to do to guard the heart, he asked Christians to constantly make a deliberate effort to renew their minds (Romans 12:2).

“Society is suffering because we are not able to discipline our thoughts. Once we are not able to discipline our thoughts our conscience becomes dead. Once your conscience is dead your heart becomes evil and you cannot stop sinning. It would take the grace of God to live right,” he added.

Also present at the service were the wife of the IMD, Mrs. Deborah Agyemang Bekoe; the Resident Minister, Pastor Emmanuel Paa Sekyi Yirebi and his wife Priscilla, as well as Pastor Samuel Yankey of Anyinasuso District in the Tepa Area, among others.


Go Mobilise The Squads To Repair The Gates Of The Church – IMD Tells Officers

Go Mobilise The Squads To Repair The Gates Of The Church – IMD Tells Officers

The International Missions Director (IMD) of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang Bekoe, has challenged officers of the church to mobilise their members to build every broken gate in the local church to make the place dynamic.

He indicated that when Nehemiah realised that the walls and gates of Jerusalem had broken down, he mobilised some like-minded groups to help him repair all the 12 damaged gates so as to restore the fortunes of the city.

Apostle Agyemang Bekoe was speaking at the just-ended Kaneshie Area 2022 Officers Retreat (Apostolisation) at the Kaneshie Central Auditorium.

Treating the topic, “Mobilising the Squads to Repair the Gates of the Church” (Nehemiah 3:1-32; 12:39), he stated that for the local church to become an equipping centre, where people could be trained, mentored, and unleased to make an impact in society, leaders have onerous responsibility to ensure that every member is given a role to play in the church.

The first gate, the Sheep Gate (Nehemiah 3:1) was repaired by the High Priest and the priests. This gate, he said, represents the gate of sacrifice. He stated that before Jesus Christ was crucified, he had to pass through the Sheep Gate to Golgota.

In the church, the gate of sacrifice should be repaired by leaders so that people can render sacrificial services free of charge without demanding any financial reward.

The second gate was the Fish Gate (Nehemiah 3:3-5), which represents evangelism. He, however, said that when the Fish Gate was being repaired, the nobles of Tekoites did not put their shoulders to the work. Same thing is happening in the church today, he said, as ministers, officers and leaders do not involve themselves in personal evangelism, but usually send some particular group of people out while they stay indoors.

The third gate was the Jeshanah Gate or Old Gate (Nehemiah 3:6) which represents the old practices in the church. He was of the view that while the core values or practices of the church cannot be discarded in the 21st century, leaders should blend them with modern trends so that the church would stay relevant to society.

Talking about the fourth gate, the Valley Gate (Nehemiah 3:13), Apostle Bekoe said that it represents suffering. He stressed the need to repair this gate of suffering since Christianity is not always smooth but also involves persecutions. He asked believers to endure hardships and be partakers of Christ’s suffering since their rewards are assured.

Revealing the fifth gate which was the Dump/Refuse Gate (Nehemiah 3:14), he said it represents sin. He asked officers of the church to repair that gate by nibbing sin in the bud anytime it rears its ugly head in the church no matter the people involved so that there will be sanctity in the church.

Repairing the sixth gate, the Fountain Gate (Nehemiah 3:16) which represents the Holy Spirit, he said that unless the Sin Gate is repaired the Fountain Gate cannot have its way.

However, talking about the seventh gate, thus the Water Gate (Nehemiah 3:26) which represents the word of God, he said the squad realised that it was still intact. This confirms the scriptures that all things will pass away but the word of God is forever settled.

On repairing the eighth gate, the Horse Gate (Nehemiah 3:27) which represents the gate of spiritual warfare, he said it was a gate where soldiers going for war dressed with their armour. He asked leaders to encourage the members to pray themselves so that they can stand against the schemes of the devil.

The ninth gate, the East Gate (Nehemiah 3:29) was closed for the return of the Messiah. This, he explained, represents the second coming of Jesus Christ. “We need to constantly remind our members about the return of our Lord Jesus Christ since this earth is not our permanent place of abode,” he added.

On the tenth gate, thus the Inspection Gate (Nehemiah 3:31), he said it was where soldiers going for war were inspected, and when they were returning from war, roll call was conducted and those who misconducted themselves at war were then punished, while those who fought well were also honoured. According to him, a day is coming where every work and action of believers will be examined and rewards given.

The eleventh gate, the Ephraim Gate (Nehemiah 12:39), represents fruitfulness and double portion. He said the local church should be centre of fruitfulness.

On the last gate which was the Guard/Prison Gate (Nehemiah 12:39), representing judgment day, he charged Christians to do their work well so that they will not face the wrath of God.


The International Missions Director (IMD) of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang Bekoe

Make The Local Church Training Ground For Raising Godly Men And Women – IMD Urges

The International Missions Director (IMD) of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang Bekoe, has called on church leaders and officers to make the local church an equipping centre, where godly men and women would be raised to transform society.  

Speaking at the Kaneshie Area Officers’ Retreat (Apostolisation) on Tuesday, February 2022, at the Kaneshie Central Auditorium on the topic: “The Church as an Equipping Centre” – Matthew 28:18-20, he mentioned that the focus of the church now is disciple-making. This, he explained, is to intentionally teach, mentor, and equip people who come to Christ to live a Christ-like life to positively impact their spheres of life.

The IMD stressed that when members are well-grounded in Christ, they are then unleashed to their families communities, and workplaces to witness about their newfound life in Christ and the changes they have experienced as a result of their encounter with the gospel.

According to him, the more Christians go out and witness about Christ and the spotlight is thrown them, the better persons they become because it checks them from dabbling in sin.

Touching on some Kingdom methods of evangelism based on Matthew 13:24-28 (the Parable of the Wheat and the Tares) to drum home the need to make the local church an equipping centre, Apostle Agyemang Bekoe said that the devil always plants his agents in the church, hence the need to equip the members to be watchful and discerning to stand their grounds.

Quoting from Obadiah 1:17-21, he posited that there should be deliverance, holiness, and fire at the local church where members would access their possessions in Christ, stressing that “holiness must be our watchword wherever we find ourselves.”

Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang Bekoe added that out of Mt. Zion shall be saviours, describing the local church as a place of raising saviours of the world who would transform their societies. He described the local church as Mt. Zion and the members as children of Zion.

He led the congregation through a time of intensive prayers after the sermon.



Christians Must Strive To Be Spiritual and Blameless – IMD Declares

Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang Bekoe, International Missions Director (IMD) of The Church of Pentecost, has recommended that Christians train their souls to align with the spirit in order to become more spiritual and walk blamelessly in this perverse world.

Preaching on the theme: “The Helmet of Salvation” (Ephesians 6:17) on Sunday, February 13, 2022, at the Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC), Accra, located at Kokomlemle, Apostle Bekoe explained that man is a tripartite being made up of body, soul, and spirit,  emphasising that, the human spirit serves as a conduit for communication between man and God.

“A spiritual Christian has an advantage over a carnal believer because they possess Christ’s mind,” he stated.

Reading further from 1 Thessalonians 5:23 and Hebrews 4:12 to explain the need for Christians to be regenerated (born-again), the IMD stated that if a man is not born-again, his spirit, which is the communication channel between him and God, is dead, saying, “You are operating at the soulish and the bodyish level.  Your spirit, which was once dead, comes back to life the day you accept Jesus as your savior into your life.”

When discussing the human soul, Apostle Bekoe stated that the soul is man’s mind, will, and emotions/feelings.

He did, however, reveal that it is the spirit of man that is born-again, not the soul or the body (2 Corinthians 5:17).

He believes that when a person is born again, it is the spirit that is saved, explaining that,  if the soul is to be added to the new creation, it must go through discipline and training (Romans 12:2; 1 Peter 1:13). He continued: “If you are a believer, your spirit is saved so that when God speaks, you can hear, and when you speak, God can also hear.  However, even if you are a born-again believer, if you allow your soul to be aligned with your body, you will become a carnal Christian, because the soul and your body have become friends against the spirit. As a result, you will walk in the flesh.

He, however, said once the soul has been disciplined, trained, and aligned with the spirit, the spirit and soul will fight against the body, stressing that, this will enable the person to walk as a spiritual person.

The International Missions Director stated that the helmet of salvation is one of the armours of God that the believer must put on at all times because it serves two functions, namely decorative and protective.

“Because salvation is a complete package, it is beautiful.  Salvation is the line that separates you from your past and your future. Salvation is the borderline and when you put on the helmet of salvation, the world can see your awesomeness in Christ.”

He also stated that the helmet of salvation shields the believer’s mind and thoughts from the enemy’s attack. It also prevents outside interferences, destructions, and disruptions from entering their minds and thoughts.

Touching on the mind of Christ (Philippians 2:5-10), he stated that, while Jesus shared the same nature as God, he never considered equality with God. 

“The language of the world is equality. When gender equality was introduced, the divorce rate increased because a man and a woman can never be equal, but as a spouse, they can be one. When equality becomes your language (2 Corinthians 10:12), it will destroy your life because equality breeds competition, and competition breeds chaos,” he explained.

“Christ’s intention is for couples to be one and not equal. As Christians, oneness, not equality, should be the language,” he advised.

He also stated that Christ emptied himself and urged believers to do the same in order to receive the fullness of God, saying, “The day you become full of yourself, you will become empty of the Holy Spirit but when you empty yourself, you become full of the Holy Spirit.”

The IMD asked Christians to serve in whatever capacity they are assigned in the church because Christ allowed Himself to be a servant.

He also urged Christians to make humility a deliberate and intentional virtue to cultivate, as Christ was himself humble.

Among those present at the service were the IMD’s wife, Mrs. Deborah Agyemang Bekoe, and Apostle Prof. Kwabena Agyapong-Kodua (Associate Pastor of PIWC Accra and Vice-Chancellor of Pentecost University).


Every Enlisted Soldier Of Christ Must Be Given A Role To Play - IMD

Every Enlisted Soldier Of Christ Must Be Given A Role To Play – IMD

“Every believer has been enlisted as a soldier in the army of God and has a role to play in the church. Therefore, as a church, we do not want any member to be idle; everyone must be trained and assigned responsibility.”

These were the words of the International Missions Director (IMD) of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang Bekoe, as he spoke on “Mobilising the Squads” at the climax of the La Area Officers Retreat (Apostolisation) on Friday, February 11, 2022, at the Dr. Thomas Wyatt Memorial Temple, Accra Newtown.

He indicated that Jesus Christ is the Commander of the army of God. Listing some of the components of a fighting force, the IMD said that the fighting army has its concept of operation which includes its doctrines, principles, and values. In the same manner, the church has its doctrines, tenets, values, principles, and practices which guide the members in their conduct and operations.
There are also physical factors that the army employs when going to war. These include manpower, equipment, performance, sustainability, and readiness. According to him, soldiers who lack this equipment cannot fight and win a battle.

He also touched on moral factors such as unity, loyalty, and morale of the army. Relating it to Christian warfare, the IMD said that believers need unity to win the battle against the devil. They also have to be loyal to the Commander-in-Chief (Jesus Christ), the structures, and the leadership of the church which give directions to the troops, saying, “As an officer, your loyalty to the church should be absolute.”

Stressing on the importance of morale at the camp of the army, he admonished believers to support one another in the work of God so that the Master’s business will not suffer loss.
Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang Bekoe further mentioned three levels as strategies in organising the army for battle. These are strategic level, operational level, and tactical level.
Dwelling on the tactical level of mobilisation, he said that it is broken down into sections, then to squads and teams with leaders.

“The squads and the teams which are smaller groups help to make the soldiers active and responsible to one another,” he explained.
Likewise, in the church, squads and teams help to engage members in the church. He advised presiding elders and ministry leaders at the local level which is the equipping centre to endeavour to assign every member to a specific team and squad so that no one will remain reductant in the church. This, he said, will help make every member responsible to someone.

Quoting Nehemiah 3:1-32, he disclosed some areas in the church where members can be assigned to operate in. This includes Bible study facilitators, prayer warriors, mission partners, welcoming committees/ushers, house-to-house evangelism squads, schools evangelism teams, follow-up teams, hospital evangelism teams, Children’s Ministry workers, videographers, instrumentalists, dawn preachers, and community development teams.

He identified some five strategies in mobilising the squads. These are enlistments (going out for the souls); training them through the new converts/new members classes; registration (taking the biodata of members and knowing every detail information about them); integration (through interaction, discipleship and mentoring them to ground them in the faith), and deployment which emphasizes on equipping the members to go out and bring in souls.

The International Missions Director noted that if members are not properly trained, they cannot be deployed to make an impact in society, hence the need for intentional discipleship and mentoring to fully equip the members to be agents of transformation.


Salvation Is Significant In Equipping The Church – IMD Declares

Salvation Is Significant In Equipping The Church – IMD Declares

The International Missions Director of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Emmanuel Agyeman Bekoe, has indicated that salvation of the believer is critical in equipping the church for battles.

“One of the weapons in the Christian journey is the helmet of salvation,” he said during the opening session of the La Area Officers’ Retreat (Apostolisation), on Tuesday, February 8, 2022, at Dr. Thomas Wyatt Temple.

Delivering a sermon on the topic, “Significance of the Helmet of Salvation,” Apostle Agyeman Bekoe defined salvation as, “being saved or delivered from sin through Jesus Christ.”

Using scriptural references from Ephesians 6:17 and 2 Corinthians 5:17, he revealed that the new creation or new birth of a believer comes with the acceptance of Jesus Christ as Lord and personal Saviour.

“Not until one accepts Christ as Lord and personal Saviour, they are dead and have no connection with God,” he stated.

Quoting from 1 Thessalonians 5:23 and Hebrews 4:12, he noted that man, being tripartite, is made up of body, soul, and spirit. He also said that the spirit of man serves as the communication channel between God and man.

“If anyone is not in Christ, their spirit is dead, hence, there is no communication network between them and God,” he declared.

He further added: “The moment one comes to accept Christ as their Lord and personal Saviour, that communication channel is opened, and they can talk to God, hear from Him, and be able to wear the helmet of salvation.”

Describing the soul of man, Apostle Agyeman Bekoe said that the mind, will, and emotions, are trained and disciplined to align themselves with the spirit of man when one becomes born again. This, he said, makes the individual spiritual again.

“If the soul aligns itself with the body instead of the spirit, they fight against the spirit, and the individual behaves carnally even though they have accepted Christ,” he noted.

He urged ministers and officers of the church to strive to put on the helmet of salvation which will push them from the past into the future.

The IMD revealed that the helmet of salvation also has a decorative purpose which beautifies and announces the presence of a true born-again Christian after every battle.

He then encouraged the Church to always work at their salvation to help protect their minds from the disruptions and interferences of this world, especially with new converts who need to be focused, determined, and resolute in their faith.

“The battlefield is the mind of the believer. The devil or enemy will throw many negative thoughts in the mind of the Christian, but with the help of the helmet of salvation, they can withstand all the devices of the devil and the pressures of life,” he emphasised while entreating the members of the church to understand the worth of their salvation.

Concluding his sermon, Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang Bekoe asked members of The Church of Pentecost to be agents and ambassadors of Christ.

The four-day teaching and prayers retreat for ministers and their wives as well as officers of the church will end on February 11, 2022.

Report by Gina Akua Padi.


IMD Joins Awakyekwaa District Christmas Convention

The International Missions Director of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang Bekoe, and his wife Debora on Christmas Day [Saturday, December 25, 2021] fellowshipped with members in Awakyekwaa District of Downtown-Ofaakor Area. 

He was received by the Downtown-Ofaakor Area Head, Apostle Dr. Benjamin Ali, together with the Awakyekwaa District Minister, Overseer George Arthur. 

The elated church members who could not hide their joy happily sang and danced to the glory of God. 

Delivering the sermon on the topic, “The Wise Gifts” taken from Matthew 2:11, Apostle Agyemang Bekoe explained that the Wisemen [their number was not specified by the Bible] presented three important gifts, namely gold, frankincense, and myrrh to the baby Jesus and also bowed to Him. 

According to the IMD, the gold represents royalty which depicts Jesus’ kingship. It also represents worth and stability. He stated that as the king of the world, Jesus is the originator of all the treasures in the world, and that His children have access to them. 

He also said that the frankincense presented to Jesus exudes fragrance which is also used for medicinal purposes. He mentioned that anyone that comes to Christ must radiate the beauty and aroma of Him which makes believers attractive and so special. He further stated that Christ is the epitome of healing and heals those who come to Him and give them clarity of mind. 

Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang Bekoe concluded his sermon by saying that myrrh is a preservative used to preserve dead bodies from seeing corruption. This, he said, was about the death of Christ which was foretold ahead of His birth and God making the appropriate provisions for it so that His body would not see corruption. 

The whole atmosphere was charged when the International Missions Director led the congregation through a prayer session after the word ministration. 



IMD Ends 3-Day Working Visit To The Netherlands

The International Missions Director (IMD) of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang Bekoe, paid a three-day working visit to the Church in the Netherlands from Friday, December 10 to Sunday, December 12, 2021.

The IMD, who was accompanied by Apostle Daniel Ato Eduah (the National Head of Germany) and Mrs. Deborah Agyemang Bekoe (Wife of the IMD), was warmly received on arrival by the leadership of the Church led by Pastor John Otchere (the Acting National Head).

Apostle Agyemang Bekoe officially began his visit with a meeting with ministers and wives of the Church, where he encouraged them to have the mind of Christ in order to flourish in ministry.

The couple also fellowshipped with members of the three Amsterdam Intra-City districts at a joint “Christmas Convention” service. He exhorted the congregants on the topic: “There Should Be a Performance” based on Luke 2:10. In his sermon, he stressed that every gathering of God’s people should not be just about listening to sermons, praying, and dancing, but an opportunity to experience God’s dynamic and supernatural performance in the lives of the people.

On the second day of his visit, the IMD held separate meetings with the National Executive and Finance Board committees as well as the National Presbytery. He commended them for the good work and encouraged them to seek a higher level of anointing through dedication to God’s word, praying, fasting and a consecrated life. In this way, the members would experience the manifest-presence of God in every service, he further noted.

Apostle Agyemang Bekoe joined members of the Pentecost International Worship Centre, Amsterdam (PIWC-Amsterdam) on the third day of his visit to climax this year’s Christmas Conventions. 

Delivering a message titled “God’s Love” with John 3:16 as a Bible reference, the IMD said that God is bent on reconciling the world to Himself to a great extent that He readily gave up His only Son, Jesus, for its sake. He further stated that this act in itself demonstrates God’s wonderful love for the world; for this reason, every Christian must be equally interested in “possessing the nations” for the Lord.

The IMD and his wife have since returned to Ghana following a successful duty trip. To God be the Glory.



IMD Grateful To Gbegbeyise District For Missions Support

The International Missions Director (IMD) of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang-Bekoe, has commended the Gbegbeyise District in the Dansoman Area for their support towards Missions work.

Apostle Bekoe said this today when he received three brand new motorbikes on behalf of the Missions Office from the Gbegbesiye District Minister, Pastor Vincent Donkoh, during a brief presentation ceremony at the Church’s Headquarters at La in Accra.

The IMD lauded the district for the charitable act and encouraged them to continue to support the church’s missional efforts.

According to Pastor Donkoh, the motorbikes, worth GHC 12,550.00, are meant to aid the spread of the gospel and, consequently, promote Christian mission.

He explained that, out of the three motorbikes, one would be donated to the Pentecost International Worship Centre, Tamale (PIWC-Tamale), whilst the remaining would be given to any other district in dire need of them.

Pastor Donkoh also hinted at the district’s resolve to do more in support of Missions work in the ensuing year.

Present at the event were Pastor Gideon Boadu-Yirenkyi (Personal Assistant to the IMD) and Deaconess Ruth Adjabeng (Principal Accounts Officer, Missions Office).