Chairman Visits Church In Belgium As Part Of Europe Tour web

Chairman Visits Church In Belgium As Part Of Europe Tour

Following the successful conclusion of the maiden edition of the Pentecost 2024 Conference in Oberhausen, Germany, on May 18, 2024, the Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, has paid a working visit to the Church in Belgium.

This visit was part of a working tour to various churches in Europe to assess their progress and encourage them to continue their Kingdom work tenaciously, as the church seeks to possess the nations.

On Tuesday (May 21) night, the Chairman, accompanied by his wife, Mrs. Mary Nyamekye, met with the Antwerp Zone of the church, which includes Gent, Brussels, and Mechelen.

After participating in the opening prayer, worship, and songs of praise, the lectern was handed over to him. Unlike Apostle Paul, who told the church in Corinth in 1 Corinthians 3:1 that he could not address them as spiritual because they were still worldly, it was plaudit after plaudit for the church in Belgium.

“As I sat through the opening prayer, praises, and worship till now, I have realized that you are a mature church,” he remarked,

He also paid glowing tribute to the officers of the church, noting that the gathering was predominantly officers.

He commended them for their commitment, emphasising that the church owes its presence in 170 countries across the globe to the untiring and remarkably commendable efforts of its officers.

“We want to thank God for your lives and pray that God meets you at the point of your need,” he remarked.

In response, there were shouts of “Amen,” and delight was clearly visible on the faces of the officers in the congregation.

After commending them for their efforts, Apostle Nyamekye then challenged the Church in Belgium to dare to expand their territory, as there are more cities and towns yet to be covered.

“We still have to see to the expansion of The Church of Pentecost. Sit down and map Belgium again. Let’s cover every city; sit down and begin to map Belgium again and target the next town and city.

“When you decide to move and you are deliberate and strategic about it, God will grant you space in the cities and towns. Don’t first look at the resources, but obey the command. Hold onto this faith, and by the time we come here again in the next two years, you will have covered a lot of cities and towns.

“We are encouraging you to dare to move to the next cities and towns in Belgium for Christ,” the Chairman noted.

While urging the leadership of the Church to dare to expand, he advised the young people in the church to offer themselves for full-time ministry or bi-vocation, saying, “There are people who still need the Lord, so we have to offer ourselves to help those who need the Lord to know the Lord.”

Report by David Tagoe, Antwerp

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