Follow Systems, Adapt To Change – Chairman Advises Church Leaders web

Follow Systems, Adapt To Change – Chairman Advises Church Leaders

The Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, has urged church leaders to embrace change and adhere to established systems to propel the church forward. 

He made this call during the Ministers and Wives session of the Takoradi Area Apostolisation service.

Apostle Nyamekye, in his sermon, emphasised the importance of understanding the dynamics of systems.

He stated: “To comprehend events or processes in any ministry, we need to understand how people work together.”

He further explained that a system is any group of people in regular contact with each other and that all organised human entities exhibit unique dynamics governed by their own rules and interactions.

The Chairman delved into the principles governing systems, stating, “Any action taken by a person in the group will have an effect throughout the entire system.”

He also discussed the inherent resistance to change within systems, pointing out that “systems act to preserve themselves.” indicating the challenges leaders face in implementing change within established structures.

He emphasised the importance of adapting roles, rules, and rituals to support organisational change, asserting changing a system or an organisation’s culture takes commitment, persistence, hard work, and time.

Apostle Nyamekye stressed the necessity for leaders to internalise and embody the vision they seek to instil within their congregations.

The event, which began on February 6, 2024, is set to end on February 11, 2024. It was attended by the wife of the Chairman, Mrs Mary Nyamekye, Apostle Sylvester Arhin (Takoradi Area Head), Apostle Onyinah Gyamfi (Dunkwa Area Head), Apostle Emmanuel Kwesi Osei Fosu (Sefwi Bekwa Area), Apostle ADP James Tetteh (Sekondi Area Head), Elder Prof. Stephen Owusu Korankye (Finance Board Chairman), Apostle Ekow Badu Woode (Rtd) and Apostle Robert Ackon (Rtd).

Ministers and wives in the Sekondi and Takoradi Areas of the Church were also present.


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