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Winneba Area Ministers’ Wives Donate To Pentecost Preparatory School

Ministers’ wives in the Winneba Area of The Church of Pentecost have donated food items worth GH¢ 3,000.00 to the Pentecost Preparatory School, located at Ansaful, Winneba.

The items, which included bags of rice, maize, and onion, as well as gallons of oil, tomatoes paste, and toilet rolls were donated to the school during a visit on June 10, 2021.

Led by the wife of the Area Head, Mrs. Gifty Dansoah Appiah, the team was received by the headmistress of the school, Mrs. Agnes Tagoe, and Pastor Daniel Obeng-Mensah, Chairman of the school’s management board.

Presenting the items to the school, Mrs. Dansoah Appiah, stated: “As mothers of the Area, we are concern about the welfare of our children, especially children at Pentecost Preparatory School, Winneba. Our desire is that the children are fed on a nutritious diet that would impact their ability to learn and improve on their academic outcome.”

The Headmistress of the school, Mrs. Agnes Tagoe, who received the items, was full of praise to the wives of the ministers for the kind gesture and called for God’s blessings upon them. She promised to ensure that the items are used for the intended purpose.

Report by Pastor Isaac Sunkwah, Winneba Area Reporter.

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Berekum Area Women’s Ministry Donates Items Worth GH¢ 30,040.00 To 7 Institutions

The Berekum Area Women’s Ministry of The Church of Pentecost has donated items worth GH¢ 30,040.00 to six orphanages and the prisons.

The beneficiary institutions are Hanukkah Special Needs Centre – Sunyani, Cosmos Special Needs Centre – Dormaa Ahenkro, Dormaa Children’s Home, and Remar Ghana, Sunyani Abesim.

The rest are King Jesus Orphanage – Tepa, World of Friends Orphanage – Berekum Nsapor, and the Sunyani Central Prisons.

Items donated were 305 tubers of yam, 25 bags of 25kg rice, 30 crates of eggs, 20 cartons of Milo, 15 cartons of milk, 7 bags of 50kg maize, 7 bags of 25 kg sugar and gari, assorted canned fish, toiletries, beddings including bed sheets, blankets, pillowcases, children footwear, and clothing.

The ministry also presented an undisclosed amount of money to the beneficiary institutions.

Explaining the rationale behind the gesture, Deaconess Josphine Serwaa (Area Women’s Leader), stated that the move was part of the Church’s Vision 2023 agenda of “Possessing the Nations.”

Mrs. Berlinda Effah Kuntor (Ministers Wives’ Representative on the Area Women’s Ministry Executive Committee) who was part of the team, mentioned that there is no better time for the church to become relevant to the watching world than now.

Leading the team was the wife of the Area Head, Mrs. Joyce Berko. She encouraged the children at the orphanages to know Christ by taking their devotional life seriously and praying always, saying, “Let no one hinder you from knowing Jesus, the Saviour of the world.”

Giving an exhortation at the prisons, Mrs. Joyce Berko established that Jesus loves sinners and died for that singular reason.

Reiterating a popular saying by the Chairman of the church that “sinners are the client of the church,” she said that God welcomes whosoever comes to Him through His Son Jesus Christ.

The children and their caregivers could not hide their joy as they joined members of the ministry to sing praises in adoration to God.

The team that embarked on the visit included Area Executive Committee Members and some district leaders of the ministry.

Report by Pastor Daniel Fosu, Berekum.


Bladjai District Women’s Ministry Supports Nkanchina Leprosarium

The Women’s Ministry of Bladjai District in the Kete Krachi Area of The Church of Pentecost has donated some items worth GH¢ 2,000.00 to the Nkanchina Leprosarium located at Kpandai. 

The items, which included ten bundles of toilet roll, detergents, soaps, some Dettol antiseptic products, 50 pieces of sachet water, a bale of clothes, among others, were donated during a visit to the leprosarium on Monday 31, 2021.

The church delegation was led by the Bladjai District Minister, Overseer David Asare, Mrs Eunice Asare (wife of the district minister) and Deaconess Mary Nyamekye (the District Women’s Ministry Leader). The team was warmly received on arrival by the camp leader together with the other 69 members of the home.

Addressing the gathering, Overseer Asare quoted John 3:16-17 to stress the need for Christians to reach out to persons living with disabilities (PWDs) in the society to show them the love of God. He said that the visit was in line with the church’s “Possessing the Nations” agenda.

Receiving the items on behalf of the group, the leader at the facility shed tears of joy as he was baffled by the kind gesture shown them by the church. He was deeply grateful to the delegation for coming to their aid and called for God’s blessing for them.

Report by Pastor Emmanuel Kenin, Krachikrom

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Effiduase Area Women’s Ministry Honours Past Leaders

A special service has been held by the Effiduase Area Women’s Ministry of The Church of Pentecost to appreciate the immediate past Area Executive Committee Members of the ministry.

The service, which took place at Ebenezer Assembly, Effiduase on Tuesday, May 25, drew women from all the 15 districts of the Area.

The former women leaders were Deaconesses Elizabeth Adoboah (Area Leader), Martha Adobea (Assistant Area Leader), Christiana Obenewaah (Area Secretary), Grace Mbir (Treasurer) and Cecilia Aboagye (Financial Secretary). The rest were Mrs. Dora Oppong Kyeremah (Pastors’ Wives Representative), and Deaconess Contance Ofosua – Co-opted member.

In his exhortation titled, “Be Sure To Complete The Work You Received From The Lord,” the Area Head, Apostle Daniel Yeboah Nsaful, admonished Christians not to avoid God’s calling and work, but rather accept it wholeheartedly and do it well.

Quoting Philippians 1:2; Colossians 4:17 and Matthew 25:14-23, Apostle Nsaful said that the reason why some Christians abandon God’s work is that they grow weary, become fed-up, go after things of the world, or simply allow the work to slip through their hands.

On how to complete God’s work well, the Effiduase Area Head said: “You need to be diligent, steadfast and immovable.”

Concluding his exhortation, Apostle Daniel Yeboah Nsaful paid glowing tribute to the past leaders for laying a good foundation as pioneers of the Area Women’s Ministry and asked for God’s blessings upon them.

In a testimony, the current Area Women’s Leader, Deaconess Christiana Obenewaa, said that her predecessors achieved a lot for the newly created Effiduase Area. Notable among their achievements, she said, was the construction and furnishing of an ultra-modern kitchen at the Area Mission House.

She also praised them for the many talk shows they organised for the women in the Area, their visits to the various districts, and their collaboration with PEMEM and other ministries of the church, among others.

Citations and an unspecified amount of money were presented to the outgone executives for their services to the church.

In attendance was the wife of the Area Head, Mrs. Mary Nsaful; the Area pastorate, family members of the outgone executives, among others.

Report by Effiduase Area Media Team.


ALWC Women & Children’s Ministries Support Nyame Dua Orphanage

The Women and Children ministries of A-Lang Worship Centre (ALWC) in the Odorkor Area of The Church of Pentecost have donated some items worth GH₵5,145.50 to the Nyame Dua Christian Home, an orphanage located at Madina, Accra.

The items, which included 15 bags of rice, detergents, diapers, baby food and wipes, drinks, cooking oil, sachet and bottled water, towels, tinned tomatoes, among others were donated during a visit to the orphanage on Monday, May 3, 2021.

The church delegation was led by Elder Ernest Asinor, the Presiding Elder of the Local Assembly; Mrs. Olivia Tsekpoe, wife of the Resident Minister; and Deaconess Theresah Boampong, the District Women’s Ministry Leader.

Other members of the team were the Assistant District Children’s Ministry Leader, Ruth Quainoo, and Deaconess Nora Amaning, the Local Assembly Women’s Ministry Leader.

The team was warmly received on arrival by the founder of the Home, Mr. Paul Anaba, and the 39 children of the Home, including two three-month-old babies.

Addressing the gathering, Mrs Tsekpoe quoted James 1:27 (Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world) to stress the need for Christians to reach out to orphans and other destitute groups in society. She said that the visit was in line with the church’s “Possessing the Nations” agenda and is also in fulfilment of the aforementioned scripture.

Elder Asinor, on his part, encouraged the children to pray at all times and never give up for God has a purpose for their individual lives. He advised them not to forget their humble roots when the Lord blesses them in their adult life, saying, “You should always remember your home, where you come from.”

Deaconess Nora Amaning advised the children not to look down on themselves, while Ruth Quainoo urged them to be obedient, humble, and respectful.

Receiving the items on behalf of the children, Mr Anaba said that he has always prayed to the Lord for the Home to attract the attention and benevolence of The Church of Pentecost, and was, therefore, very grateful to the Lord for an answered prayer. 

He thanked the church for the kind and timely gesture.              

The team also refreshed the children with “Sobolo” drinks and pastries.       

Report by ALWC Media                 


Konongo Area Women’s Ministry Visits Yawkwi Caring Homes Village

The Konongo Area Women’s Ministry of The Church of Pentecost has donated assorted items to the Caring Homes Village at Yawkei, near Juaso, as part of the mandate to extend mercy and kindness to the homeless and the needy as stated in Proverbs 19: 17 (Whoever is kind to the poor lends to the Lord, and he will reward them for what they have done).

The visit, which took place on Monday, May 3, 2021, was led by Mrs. Dora Owusu Akyaw (wife of the Area Head), supported by Pastor Daniel Adjabeng Kissi (Area Secretary), Deaconess Ruth Gyasi (Area Women’s Ministry Leader), and her team, among others.

The items included rice, toilet tissues, eggs, washing powder, detergents, assorted soft drinks and biscuits, medicated carbolic soaps, sanitary towels, among others.

They were received by the administrator of the Home, Mr. Adjei. On behalf of the Home, Mr. Adjei extended his profound gratitude to the church for the kind gesture. He appealed to the church to make the Village their second home by regularly visiting the inmates.

Through the visit, management of the Home has allowed the church to hold regular fellowship with the inmates of the facility.

Report by Pastor Isaac Ayiku Quarshie.

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Savings, A Necessary Tool To Wealth Creation – Deaconess Belinda Beatrice Asare

The La Area Virtuous Ladies Coordinator of The Church of Pentecost, Deaconess Belinda Beatrice Asamoah Asare, has charged Christian ladies to intentionally and consciously save and invest to secure their future in this changing world.

She made the call during the La Area Virtuous Ladies meeting held at Dr. Thomas Wyatt Temple, on Saturday, April 24, 2021, on the theme: “The Virtuous Lady in a Changing World – A study on Financial and Wealth Creation.”

In her presentation, and with scriptural references to Matthew 6:33; and Jeremiah 9:12-15; Deaconess Belinda Beatrice Asamoah Asare said that for women to succeed in their financial and wealth creation, they must be prepared to follow certain principles, first of which is to put God first in all that they do, by daily communing with Him.

Reading from Proverbs Chapter 31, she underscored the need for ladies to consciously save, invest, and be financially independent to secure their future in times of crises. Like the virtuous woman in the Bible, virtuous ladies must be hardworking, reliable, problem solvers, result-oriented, and achievers, she added.

Deaconess Belinda Beatrice Asare noted that savings is the basic root of wealth creation. According to her, at least 10 to 20 percent of one’s total monthly income must be saved for future purposes.

“The current state of the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic is a sign of unpredictable future occurrences, and that calls for proper planning,” she indicated.

She advised women to stop impulse buying, and learn to say “No,” to external pressures and extended families, saying, “Have a budget for yourself and your family.”

She further admonished them to invest in themselves. “Seek knowledge; empower yourself in education, trade, and or apprenticeship programmes to help sustain you in future,” she said.

In attendance were the La Area Head and his wife, Apostle John and Mrs. Mary Osei Amaniampong; the Area Women’s Ministry Executives led by Deaconess Georgina Zekpa, and some wives of ministers in the Area.

Report by Gina Akua Padi.

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Asamankese Area Women Equipped With Skills

The Women’s Ministry of The Church of Pentecost in the Asamankese Area has equipped its members with skills in the production of hair food, hair shampoo and shower gel.

This training programme coincided with the maiden visit of the newly appointed Women’s Director of the Church, Deaconess Philomina Mireku, and her deputy, Deaconess Vivian Amfo, to the Area’s All Women’s Conference. The event took place at the James Mckeown Memorial Temple, Asamankese on Tuesday, April 20, 2021.

The event was attended by the Area Head, Apostle Isaac Ekow Eshun, ministers and their wives in the Area and women from the 18 districts in the Area. It was facilitated by Mrs. Daniella Eshun, wife of the Area Head, and the leadership of the ministry.

Mrs. Eshun and the Area Women’s Ministry Leader, Deaconess Doris Osafo Gyimah, were hopeful that the skills acquired from the training would serve as additional source of income to the women and cater for the usage of effective and friendly personal hygiene products.

Participants expressed their appreciation to the Area Head and leadership of the ministry for organising the programme.

Report by Probationary Overseer Benjamin Achiah Ayisi, Area Media Committee Chairman.

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“Be Committed To The Things Of God” – Mrs. Felicia Broohm Urges Women Leaders

The Teshie-Nungua Area Women’s Ministry has held a prayer meeting at the Agnes Boahemaa Gyimah Memorial Temple at Nungua, Accra, on Wednesday, April 21, 2021.

The participants, mainly executives of the ministry from the local, district, and Area levels, as well as all deaconesses and wives of officers, were drawn from the 26 districts of the Area.

Speaking on the topic, “Commitment” the wife of the Coco Beach District Minister of the church, Mrs. Felicia Broohm, encouraged the women to develop a deep love and commitment towards the work of the ministry and the church at large.

Using the story of Ruth in the book of Ruth 1:16-17, she urged women leaders to develop the commitment that Ruth had towards her mother-in-law Naomi which made her follow her irrespective of what the outcome may be.

“We should be ready to be committed to the Lord in all circumstances whether we get our problems solved or not,” she said, adding, “Ruth was ready to follow Naomi even if it meant she would not marry again.”

She observed that sometimes when ministry leaders are changed, people get hurt and change their attitude; “Outgoing women leaders should not attempt to sabotage the work of incoming executives or sit aloof as if they are not concerned about what is happening in the ministry,” she said.

She urged deaconesses, officers’ wives, and ministry leaders to adopt a serving spirit and not to relegate service at the house of God to the background. As women leaders, it is our duty to clean the churches and make sure that people are comfortable in the house of God, she stated.

“These days, our deaconesses appear tired and are not participating in the cleaning services,” Mrs. Broohm said, adding, “Let’s try as much as possible to play our role. We must work if we want our rewards.

“When we were new on the job, we worked with all our hearts but now it appears our love has grown cold. Let us wake up to our responsibilities as women leaders and support the church for greater growth.”

Mrs. Broohm further admonished them to desist from showing church members the way to prayer centres where they believe they can get quick solutions to their physical and spiritual problems, but rather lead them to the church.

“How can you leave our great God and pursue others for solutions? God is in our churches and is ready to solve our problems, we only have to keep on fasting and praying,” she said.

The prayer meeting was organised by the leadership of the Area Women’s Ministry.

The Area Women’s Leader, Deaconess Sophia Nana Arthur, was grateful to the women for participating in the prayers in their numbers.

Report by Isabella Gyau Orhin.


La Area Women’s Ministry Holds Thanksgiving Service

The La Area Women’s Ministry of The Church of Pentecost has held an annual thanksgiving service to celebrate the goodness and faithfulness of God over their lives and families.

The event which took place at the Dr Thomas Wyatt Auditorium in Accra on January 14, 2021, had the wife of the General Secretary of the church, Mrs. Rose Dansoa Kumi-Larbi, as the main speaker.

In a presentation, Mrs. Kumi-Larbi advised Christians to be thankful to God at all times and celebrate His goodness, both in season and out of season.

She noted that showing gratitude to God is supposed to be a lifestyle of every Christian. “It should not be a one-day show-off or only at church meetings. Rather, it should be a regular practice where members are grateful at any point in time of their lives; for that is the true and acceptable worship to God,” she stated.

Reading from Ephesians 5: 20, she charged Christian women to thank God because He has the bigger picture of each individual’s lives. “It is God alone who knows who should live, and who should die,” she revealed.

The General Secretary’s wife noted that when Christians thank God, especially in difficult moments, it shows how much faith they have in God.

Also quoting from Psalm 138: 1-8, she indicated that David was in great distress at the time he wrote the psalm. She said that although things were not working in his favour, he still deemed it fit to thank God, saying, “David remembered and considered all the love, kindness, goodness, and faithfulness God had shown him in the past, with the hope that He can and would take care of his present, as well as his future troubles and fears.”

Mrs. Rose Kumi-Larbi reiterated that when believers cry out to God in praise in their distress moments, God gives them courage and strength to sail through to victory. “You don’t praise and thank God only when all is well with you. We must also praise God in tough times, and even for the fact that He has preserved your life throughout the period,” she noted.

According to her, just as David was thankful to God at all times, believers should equally thank God in the market, home, office, church, etc. “Let’s also thank God for His love, forgiveness of sins, and His word which guides our steps each day,” she stressed.

Concluding her message, Mrs. Rose Kumi-Larbi advised believers to always thank God for His promises and assurances of eternal life and glory in His word.

In attendance were the La Area Head, Apostle John Osei Amaniampong, the Area Women’s Leader, Deaconess Georgina Zepah, and her team, among others.   

Report by Gina Akua Padi.