Diamond City Worship Centre Donates Motorbike To Jema Nkwanta District web

Diamond City Worship Centre Donates Motorbike To Jema Nkwanta District

Diamond City Worship Centre in the Kasoa Area of The Church of Pentecost has donated a brand new motorbike to the Jema Nkwanta District in the Kintampo Area.

The donation, facilitated through the Missions Directorate of the Church, took place on Friday, May 3, 2024, at the Pentecost Convention Centre (PCC) following the closing session of the 18th Extraordinary Council Meeting.

In a gesture aimed at supporting missions work and addressing transportation needs within the district, Apostle James Kwabena Asare, the Kasoa Area Head, presented the keys and documents on behalf of the Diamond City Worship Centre.

Apostle Francis Agyemang Badu, the Kintampo Area Head, graciously accepted the donation on behalf of the Jema Nkwanta District. He expressed heartfelt gratitude to the Kasoa Area leadership, the District Minister, and the entire presbytery of Diamond City Worship Centre for their benevolent contribution. He pledged to ensure the motorbike’s maintenance and dedicated use for advancing the kingdom’s mission within the district.

Pastor Dr. Emmanuel Awudi, a lecturer at Pentecost University and Resident Minister of Diamond City Worship Centre, conveyed their joy in assisting with missions work. He expressed gratitude to his fellow officers who readily embraced the opportunity to acquire the motorbike.

Pastor Prince Augustine Ababio, the District Minister of Jema Nkwanta, acknowledged the timely nature of the donation, emphasising its significant impact in overcoming financial constraints.

He assured all present that the motorbike would be utilised exclusively for its intended purpose, benefiting the district immensely.

Representing the International Missions Director (IMD), Pastor James Kusi Owusu, the IMD’s Personal Assistant, extended gratitude to all involved and encouraged others to follow suit in supporting mission endeavours.

Among those present were some Elders from the Diamond City Worship Centre.

Report by the Kintampo Area Media Team

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