Elder Steve Owulaku of the Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC)-Tarkwa and his family have single-handedly funded the construction of a church building at Gmantendo in the Gbungbalinga District of The Church of Pentecost.
The 75-seat auditorium, which cost GHS 20,053.00 in total, was dedicated recently by Apostle Emmanuel Kojo Aidoo (Yendi Area Head).
Speaking at the event, Overseer Jerry Ohene-Acquah, the church’s Gbungbalinga District Minister, who also serves as the Area Estate Committee Chairman, expressed his heartfelt gratitude to Elder Steve Owulaku and his family for their generosity to the district.
He said as part of efforts to eliminate churches worshipping under trees in the Area, a building model had been designed to propel the said initiative.
After dedicating the structure, Apostle Emmanuel Kojo Aidoo praised Elder Owulaku and his family for their generosity. He also urged all Church members to emulate such selfless qualities, as these are the foundational church practices.
The event also included the commissioning of a mechanized borehole, which was generously funded by the Gbungbalinga District and supported by PIWC-Graceland of the Teshie-Nungua Area and Goaso Area, respectively.
Report by Overseer Jeremiah Boffour.