Prince Amoah, the Chief Executive Officer of Prince Mark Company Limited, who is an elder of The Church of Pentecost in Santasi District, Kumasi, has built a magnificent mission house worth GH₵ 575, 025, for Miaso District in the Nkawkaw Area of the Church.
The elder and his family have also furnished the building with modern facilities.
The 4-bedroom apartment was dedicated by the Chairman of the Church, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, on Friday, November 25, 2022. The Chairman was assisted by the Eastern RCC Co-ordinator who doubles as the Koforidua Area Head and an Executive Council Member, Apostle Mike Etrue, and the Nkawkaw Area Head, Prophet Foster Aniakwaa.
Dedicating the building, Apostle Nyamekye read from 2 Samuel 16:5, Psalms 3 and 4, and said that David kept running from his son Absalom who purposed to kill him for the throne. He iterated that this was due to the advice of Ahithophel who kept feeding Absalom with wise counsel in fulfilling this feat.
He urged members of the church to concentrate on doing the work of God since He has set his people aside for good works, saying, “Set the Lord as your number one priority and be holy in your heart. When this is done, you will receive generational blessings.”
Apostle Nyamekye mentioned that sometimes it is good to show one’s displeasure in anger. He, however, cautioned that they should not allow anger to control their actions because prolonged anger breeds sin.
“When you allow the sun to set on your anger, demonic spirits can take over your body. Therefore, when you become angry, be careful it does not last for long,” he stated.
Apostle Nyamekye expressed his profound appreciation to Elder Amoah and his family for their numerous benevolent acts and support to the church.
Reading the history of the project, the Miaso District Minister, Pastor Samuel Appiah Mante, revealed that the idea of construction came up when Elder Prince Amoah attended his welcome service where he donated a brand-new pick-up and an amount of money to drill a borehole for the district.
Speaking to PENTECOST NEWS, Elder Amoah iterated that he and his family saw the need to construct a new mission house for the district.
He expressed his gratitude to God for using him as a vessel of honour for his household, stating, “If God placed it on my heart and I did not respond, that would have been a disaster. I thank the Lord for this opportunity.”
The district presented citations and other gifts to Elder Prince Amoah and his wife, Mrs Margaret Amoah for their benevolent acts to the church.
Present were Nana Bamfo (Oworobong Chief), Nana Ntiamoah (Pillar 10 Chief), Nana Agyapong (Miaso Chief), and other traditional leaders from the surrounding towns.
Also in attendance were Mrs Mary Nyamekye (wife of the Chairman), Apostle Samuel Nana Yaw Agyei (Kade Area Head), Apostle Francis Yaw Adu (Nsawam Area Head), Apostle Seth Kwaku Asomaning (Akim Oda Area Head), Apostle Patrick Aseyoro (Suhum Area Head), and Pastor Stephen Okyere Acheampong (Effiduase Area Head).
Elder Prince Amoah, a well known philanthropist, has supported many projects in Awaso, Sefwi Ahwiaso, CBCB in the Northern Regions, and other Areas and nations in the church.