The Director of The Church of Pentecost Counselling Ministry (COPCOM), Apostle Dr Philip Osei-Korsah, has paid a day working visit to the New Tafo Area of the Church.
As part of his visit, which took place on Wednesday, October 4, 2023, Apostle Dr Osei-Korsah met with all the ministers and their wives in the Area in the morning for an interactive session at the Ebenezer Assembly auditorium, F-Line, in the Buokrom Estate District.
Meeting key stakeholders of the Church, including Ministers and their Wives, COPCOM Executives, Presiding Elders, Local Secretaries, Ministries and Committees Executives at all levels, among others, in the evening at the M. K. Yeboah Memorial Temple, Krofrom, the COPCOM Director gave a presentation on the topic: “Working Together to Achieve Seminar.”
In his presentation, he emphasised the need for collaboration between the various ministries and committees in the Church for maximum impact as far as the “Possessing the Nations” agenda is concerned, calling on them to work together for the common goal of the Church. He indicated that the ministries are interrelated as they all work on humanity, hence the need to collaborate for the progress of the Church.
Drawing from Psalm 133:1-3, Apostle Dr Osei-Korsah explained that collaboration and teamwork define the perfect nature of the Triune God. He pointed out that the phrase “Let Us” in the creation story in Genesis 1:26 suggests that teamwork concept emanates from God, which must be emulated by Christians in all their endeavours. He noted that though God is a God of unity, He desires diversity.
“God desires both relational unity and functional diversity. He values diversity but not division. So, He expects us to work as a team to advance His kingdom on earth,” he highlighted.
Touching on possible outcomes of collaboration, the COPCOM Director mentioned that the result of teamwork is overwhelming as God’s power is released in a special way.
“Working together will always bring about wonderful results. Therefore, every effort should be made to ensure that there is teamwork at all levels in the Church,” he stressed.
Apostle Dr Philip Osei-Korsah also took the participants through the potential areas of collaboration, with a special emphasis on communication.
There was an interactive session where participants were given opportunity to ask questions relevant to the collaboration among the ministries in the Church, with some getting clarifications to thought-provoking issues encountered in their leadership.
Report by Emmanuel Nana Nsiah