“Festival Of Worship, Word & Wonders” Records 116 Souls

“Festival Of Worship, Word & Wonders” Records 116 Souls

A total of 116 souls, comprising 74 adults and 42 children, were recorded during the maiden edition of the ‘Festival of Worship, Word and Wonders’ event organised by the Nsakina New Town District of The Church of Pentecost.

The weeklong event, which took place from November 7 to 13, 2022, at the Nsakina Methodist Park, also recorded many miracles to the glory of God.

The programme, held under the theme, “The God of Great Wonders” (Psalm 77:13-15), brought together seasoned gospel artistes such as Deaconess Piesie Esther, Deacon Sammy Baah, and Jake Alolome. 

The event also featured Apostle Dr. Amos Jimmy Markin (Director, Evangelism Ministry), Pastor Manasseh Mintah (Atimatim District, New Tafo Area), Elder Kwesi Delali, and Elder Prince Mark (CEO, PrinceMark Group of Companies) as main speakers.

The crowds of over 1000 that gathered for the event were particularly moved by the various instant healings that took place at the event, including that of Erica Bosompemaa of Salem Assembly in Nsakina New Town District, who for several months could not bend her right arm because of severe pain in the elbow, but was instantly healed at the event. 

Elizabeth Wonyo of New Life Assembly in Mallam suffered from waist and leg pains as a result of a vehicular accident she was involved in. She, thus, had difficulty walking and squatting, but after prayers, she could do all that with much ease and gladness.

For two years, Sarah Ocran of Nsakina Central Assembly had difficulty standing due to a bone fracture. This was, however, remedied supernaturally after prayer. She could now stand and walk briskly around with much ease and no pain.

Also, Paulina Awuduwaa of Salem Assembly in Nsakina New Town District complained of experiencing stroke-like symptoms such as having a burning sensation within her body, stiffness in the arms and legs and general body weakness. After the prayer session, she felt the touch of the Lord and was relieved of all those experiences. She went home free from the burning sensation, stiffness and body weakness.

Victoria Koranteng, also of Salem Assembly, suffered severe pain in an ear, which made hearing quite hard. She testified of the absence of the pain in the ear after the prayer.

At the climax of the programme, Pastor Samuel Acheampong, the host minister, thanked God for His leading, which, according to him, was the main contributory factor to the successful event. He also acknowledged the roles played by the various planning teams put in place. 

The Anyaa Ablekuma Area Head, Apostle William Ohemeng-Kwakye, who joined congregants for the event climax with his wife, Mrs Comfort Ohemeng-Kwakye, encouraged the members to continue to have faith in God and rely on Him in all their endeavours. 

He led the congregation in a time of intercession for the peace and economic stability of the nations of the world, particularly, Ghana.

Report by Nsakina New Town District

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