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Chairman Visits Western, Western North Regions

The Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, is on a week-long working visit to the Western and Western North Regions of Ghana, to share the church’s ‘Vision 2028’ with members.

The visit, which spans from Tuesday, April 9 to Sunday, April 14, 2024, includes stops at the Sefwi Wiawso and Asankrangua Areas of the church, led by Prophet Robert Dentu and Apostle Daniel Dekpor, respectively.

Starting his visit at the Emmanuel Assembly in the Market Square District of the Sefwi Wiawo Area, the Chairman emphasized the church’s mission to possess nations and influence worldviews with Kingdom values and principles.

He stated, “From time to time, God chooses leaders for his people. Our service to God does not end in the church but extends to our society, to the world.”

The Chairman further explained that the texts in Deuteronomy 6:1, and Deuteronomy 7:1 form the basis of the ‘Vision 2028’ agenda. He said, “Where there is evil, we are to possess that nation and turn their hearts to Christ. The church is not an end to itself but a means to an end.”

Reflecting on the ‘Vision 2023’ agenda, the Chairman noted, “In the last five years, we have focused on equipping the church to possess the nation. It started with ‘I will build my church’, ‘a glorious church to possess the nations’, ‘a glorious church revived to possess the nations’, ‘the church as an army of God’, ‘repositioning the local church for maximum impact’.”

He added, “We have carefully but forcefully drummed home the fact that Christ did not come to save individual sinners but to build a community of believers called the Church.”

The Chairman concluded by highlighting the overarching theme of ‘Vision 2028’: “Possessing the Nations, Unleashing the whole church to transform their world with the Values and Principles of the Kingdom of God.

According to him, Transformation is the conversion of souls and the conversion of society through the Gospel, adding: “Miracles do happen mostly outside the church building.”

Among those present were Very Rev. Samuel Okrah of the Methodist Church of Ghana, Honourable Alex Tetteh, Member of Parliament for the Sefwi Akontombra Constituency, chiefs within the Area and church members.


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