The Dansoman Area Women’s Ministry of The Church of Pentecost made a significant donation to the Motherly Love Orphanage Home located at Kwabenya in Accra.
The donation included a chest-deep freezer (600Ltrs) to aid food storage in the home, two 43-inch flat-screen television sets, clothing, foodstuff, bags of rice, and sanitary items.
The items were presented during a visit to the Orphanage on Friday, December 1, 2023, observed as National Farmers’ Day.
The Church delegation, comprising Mrs. Rebecca Sey (Wife of the Dansoman Area Head), Deaconess Priscilla Ekpale (Area Women’s Ministry Leader), and the Executive Committee members of the ministry, was led by Apostle Daniel K. Sey (Area Head).
The team also included Elder Samuel Ansong (Area Deacon), and his wife, Deaconess Dr. Georgina Ansong, a cross-section of ministers’ wives in the Area, and some District Women’s Ministry leaders.
They were warmly received by the proprietor of the home, Rev. Azumah, and some of the inmates (children) of the Orphanage.
During an interaction with the delegation, Rev. Azumah gave a brief overview of the history and operations of the Orphanage, mainly consisting of the working staff and the children.
The children, visibly excited by the visit, took turns introducing themselves to the team, after which they thrilled their guests with some Children’s Ministry action songs.
In a brief word of encouragement, Apostle Daniel Sey advised the children to cherish the love in Jesus, saying, “If there’s no love for you anywhere, there’s one for you in Jesus.”
Apostle Sey, contrasting the love shown by the world and that of our Lord Jesus Christ, revealed that the love of Jesus is not selective but for all who may have been rejected elsewhere and look like castaways.
In his concluding remarks, the Dansoman Area Head charged them to stay connected to the vision and mission of the Orphanage, read their Bibles, pray daily, and show the love of Christ to their peers, all under the divine covering of the Lord.
Apostle Sey led the team in prayer for the staff and inmates of the home; then, he presented the items to the Orphanage on behalf of the delegation.
Receiving the items, the proprietor of the home thanked the Dansoman Area Women’s Ministry for benevolently considering them among the numerous orphanages in Accra.
Speaking to PENTECOST NEWS, Deaconess Priscilla Ekpale said, “The day, which was a celebration of Ghanaian Farmers, also doubled as World AIDS Day and seemed to be the best time to reach out, particularly to children in an orphanage home whose lives mainly depended on donations made by individuals, groups, and corporate organisations.”
She was, therefore, very hopeful that the donation would go a long way to aid the upkeep of the children at the Orphanage.
Report by Dansoman Area Media Team.