Doblo Gonno District PEMEM Puts Smiles On The Faces Of Nsawam Prisons Inmates

The Pentecost Men’s Ministry (PEMEM) of the Doblo Gonno District in the Achimota Area of The Church of Pentecost has visited the Nsawam Medium Security Prison and donated assorted items to the inmates.

The donation was made recently as part of the activities marking this year’s PEMEM weeklong celebration.

According to the District Minister, Pastor Kwabena Darko-Mensah, since the climax of the week coincided with Father’s Day, the church decided to show love to the inmates.

Assorted items donated by PEMEM to the facility included washing powders, sanitary diapers, bags of gari, bags of sugar, packs of toilet rolls, packs of toothbrush and toothpaste, packs of boxer shorts, bags of sachet water, boxes of guardian soap, loaves of bread and packs of milo.

Led by Pastor Darko-Mensah, the team comprised of an Area PEMEM Executive Committee Member – Elder Charles Adu, and the District PEMEM Executive Committee Members made up of Elders Abraham Ayertey, Delali Dekutse, Moses Ofori, Deacon Emmanuel Lantey and Mr. Francis Tweneboah. Some of the Local PEMEM executives and deaconesses also joined the team.

The District Minister, before the presentation of the items, shared the word of God with the inmates. He quoted from Romans 8:28 (ESV), “And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.”

According to him, God can work out things to benefit His children irrespective of how hopeless the situation or circumstances may be, saying, “All we need to do is to love the Lord with all our heart, soul and might.”

Pastor Darko-Mensah encouraged them to fully trust in God and serve Him at all times. He ended by praying for the inmates.

The items were gladly received on behalf of management by the Chaplain for Nsawam Prisons, Pastor (ASP) Thomas Owusu Brefo.

The elated inmates requested the church to visit again.


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