Mrs Mary Nyamekye, the wife of the Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, has admonished the youth to exemplify good ethical qualities in their various fields of work to inspire others to receive the gospel they preach about the Lord Jesus Christ.
She urged the youth to demonstrate integrity, a positive attitude, punctuality, respectful behaviour, and professionalism in their workplaces.
The wife of the Chairman said this during a fellowship with the Accra Newtown Zone of La Area Youth Ministry at Dr Thomas Wyatt Memorial Temple, Accra Newtown, as part of the 2023 National Youth Week Celebrations, on Monday, June 5, 2023.
In her message titled, “Reposition Yourself As A Youth for Maximum Impact,” Mrs Nyamekye used 1 Timothy 4:12-16, Ecclesiastes 12:1, and Proverbs 24:33 as biblical references, urging the youth not to underestimate themselves but to channel their energy and strength into serving God wholeheartedly as Paul encouraged Timothy, his disciple.
She emphasised that good work ethics can create an environment that enables individuals to share the message of Jesus Christ with their non-believing colleagues and superiors in the corporate world.
“As Christians, demonstrating good ethical values in your fields attracts unbelieving colleagues and superiors, making the message of the Cross very appealing to them because we are living out the principles of the Kingdom of God in our respective fields of work and corporate world,” she stated.
She further urged the youth to live by the Word of God, which serves as a guide to Christians in the world.
The service, moderated by Pastor Emmanuel Opoku Mensah, the La Area Youth Pastor, was graced by the Area Head, Apostle Dr Dieudonne Komla Nuekpe, and his wife, Mrs Juanita Toffa Nuekpe, Apostle Kingsley Addai (Resident Minister of Pentecost International Worship Centre, Accra & the La Area Evangelism Leader), the Area Pastorate, the Area Youth Ministry Executives, and members of the ministry.
Report by Daniel Tetteh, La Area Media