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Chairman Visits Asankrangwa Area

The Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, is on a four-day working visit to the Asankrangwa Area of the Church.

The Chairman was welcomed on arrival by the Area Head, Apostle Daniel Dekpor, his wife, and the pastorate in the Area.

The Chairman began his visit within the Manso Zone, sharing with officers and members more about the five-year strategic vision of the Church, dubbed “Vision 2028.”

In a stirring address to the congregants, Apostle Eric Nyamekye challenged believers to extend the transformative power of the church beyond its walls.

The church’s worth is measured by its impact on the world,” Apostle Nyamekye asserted.

He urged Christians to influence society with the values and principles of God’s kingdom, emphasising that true worship isn’t confined to a church building but should be evident in the world at large.

Drawing from the scriptures, he cited Acts 17:24, reminding the congregation that God does not dwell in temples made by human hands and that a Christ-like lifestyle should be maintained outside the church premises.

He also referenced Colossians 3:23, encouraging everyone to work wholeheartedly as if serving the Lord, not people.

Apostle Nyamekye also pointed to Isaiah 60:1-4; 21:22, highlighting the potential within the land of Israel to rise as a great nation, symbolizing the potential within every community to flourish under divine guidance.

The Chairman is scheduled to join the Dadieso Zone in the Asankrangwa Area this morning and the Enchi Zone in the evening. He would then meet with the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC) ministers within Asankrangwa and end his visit with a Sunday morning service.


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