The Kete-Krachi Area Head of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Joseph Danzerl, on Sunday, November 28, 2021, inaugurated the area’s “Faithful Giants” wing of the Pentecost Men’s Ministry (PEMEM).
The Faithful Giants concept is an initiative of PEMEM, which seeks to mobilise young men between the ages of 13 and 35 years in the Church, involve them in the activities of PEMEM, and address their specific challenges.
Among other benefits, the novel initiative affords young men the opportunity to be well-grounded in Christ and equip them to be faithful in all spheres of their lives.
The Kwaakuae District Minister, Overseer Daniel Matey Tetteh, in a brief exhortation titled, “Faithful Giants: Sharpened to Possess the Nations” based on Daniel 1:3-5, noted that Daniel and his three friends (Shadrach, Meshack and Abednego) were among the carefully chosen nobles of Israel that were taken to Babylon to serve.
He said that the young men were chosen because they were royalty, without any blemish, handsome, skillful in all wisdom, endowed with intelligence and discernment, and quick to understand. Despite their qualities, the young men still had to be prepared, sharpened, and trained before they qualified to stand in the king’s presence, and serve in the palace, he noted.
Overseer Tetteh, therefore, urged all the young males in the Church to avail themselves for training to be adequately equipped to become productive members of the Church and society.
The various ‘Faithful Giants’ committees at the area, district, and assembly levels were prayed for and commissioned to commence work in earnest. The committees were tasked to help bridge the gap between the Youth Ministry and PEMEM.
Report by Kete-Krachi Area Media Ministry.