“Go, Seek and Save the Lost!”- Old Tafo Area Launches Soul-Winning Campaign


The Old Tafo Area of The Church of Pentecost has relaunched the “One Member One Discipled Soul” campaign as part of the Church’s aggressive evangelism drive for the month of November.

Under the theme, “Go, Seek and Save the Lost,” (Luke 19:10), the Area Head, Apostle Daniel Yeboah Nsaful, urged all members to be much involved in the campaign to bring people to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.

The launch ceremony took place at the Old Tafo Central Assembly auditorium during the Area’s monthly prayers dubbed, “Divine Encounter” on Friday, November 4, 2022.

As the month of November is designated for aggressive evangelism, the Old Tafo Area is keenly abiding by the strategic measures of The Church of Pentecost to save the perishing and heal the sick through the preaching of the Word of God.

The Area Head, during the launch encouraged members and all believers to get involved in the Great Commission mandate. He asserted that the relaunch of the program is not just an engagement of speech, but a demonstration of the power of the Holy Ghost through the preaching of the Word.

He challenged members to at least, win one soul for Christ as a testament to their commitment to the Christian faith and a selfless dedication to the matters of the Kingdom of God.

The Area Evangelism Ministry Leader, Pastor George Amesawu, sketched out the various strategies put in place for the initiative which include dawn broadcast, market and street evangelism, schools outreach and other evangelistic activities as part of the Area’s pursuit to fulfilling the mandate of the Great Commission. A gospel crusade by the Women’s Ministry in the Area was also hinted to climax the occasion.

The Old Tafo Area Home and Urbans Mission (HUM) Coordinator, Pastor Francis Anank, confirmed that HUM is deeply involved in the activities and has already won 25 souls across ghetto areas, localities and other deserted places equipping them with the Word of God.

Report by Dennis Owusu

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