Chairman’s Wife Fellowships With Haatso Area Women web

Chairman’s Wife Fellowships With Haatso Area Women

As part of the National Women’s Week celebration, the wife of the Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Mrs Mary Nyamekye, on Wednesday, May 8, 2024, joined the Haatso Area Women’s Ministry for a remarkable service at the Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC)-Atomic.

Mrs Nyamekye was accompanied by the Women’s Director of the church, Deaconess Mrs Philomina Mireku, and her deputy, Deaconess Mrs Vivian Amfo, the wife of the PEMEM Director, Mrs Martha Anane Denteh, and the wife of the Resident Minister of Dr Thomas Wyatt Worship Centre, Mrs Evelyn Anane.

Also present at the service were Apostle William Boakye Agyarko, the Hatso Area Head and his wife, the Area Women’s Ministry Leader, Deaconess Mrs Charlotte Amegatcher, the Resident Minister of PIWC-Atomic, Apostle Anthony Mensah, and other ministers and officers in the Haatso Area.

The Women’s Director, Deaconess Mrs Philomina Mireku, addressing the gathering, expressed her appreciation to women for their contributions in The Church of Pentecost. She called on them to continue serving the Lord diligently.

She admonished all women to fully participate in the week-long celebrations.

Speaking on the theme, ‘Women of God unleashed to transform their world with values and principles of the kingdom of God,’ with inspiration from 1 Peter 2:9, Mrs Mary Nyamekye indicated that the theme is a clarion call to all women to move from their comfort zone and reach out to others within their spheres and transform them with the values and principles of God’s Kingdom.

She indicated that even though Jesus’ disciples did not always go around proclaiming that they are His disciples, rather their characters portrayed them as such.

Mrs Nyamekye explained that the world has been corrupted so much that people do not feel remorseful even when they sin. However, Christians possess the light to heal the corrupt world and drive away the darkness.

This light, she explained, can be found in the Kingdom values and principles embedded in them, after accepting Christ as their Lord and personal Saviour.

She mentioned devotion, prayer, and care for others as some of the Kingdom values that can be used to transform the world.

The National Women’s Ministry Week celebration is taking place across all Areas, Districts and Local assemblies of The Church of Pentecost, and will be climaxed on Sunday, April 12, 2024.


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