The Evangelism Ministry Conference 2021 (EVACON 2021) which started on Thursday, 28th October 2021, successfully ended on Saturday, 30th October 2021 at El-Bethel Prayer Centre of The Church of Pentecost in Ho, the Volta Regional capital.
Present at the closing ceremony were the Ho Area Head and Executive Council Member, Apostle Dr. Dela Quampah, and his Mrs. Comfort; the Sogakope Area Head, Apostle Isaac Tetteh Juddah; Elder Seth Yaw Peasa (National Executive Committee Member of the Evangelism Ministry), the Ho Area Pastorate and their wives, officers and participants.
Speaking to the topic, “Aggressive Evangelism,” Apostle Dr. Dela Quampah said that the Holy Spirit can take any person and use him no matter their position, saying, “The Holy Spirit takes time and processes. He takes out the bad and transforms the chosen and gives gifts.”
He explained that regular use of the gifts leads to maturation of the gifts, but non-usage of the gifts leads to rust.
Taking his main scriptural references from Galatians 5: 22- 23, 1 Corinthians 12: 4-11, Exodus 28: 31-35, he taught that gold attracts and pomegranates depict human nature. “Therefore, the Holy Spirit working in man attracts him to all eyes and ears,” he stressed.
The Area Head advised pastors to preach good character messages to their congregations.
Speaking about prophetic evangelism, he explained that the Holy Spirit anoints and empowers, and opens the eyes of the unbeliever to accept the gospel.
He prayed that the anointing of God will come upon the participants and that their eyes will be opened to see spiritual happenings.
He entreated the participants to see and maximise evangelistic opportunities wherever they find themselves. He gave the example of Jesus and the Samaritan woman.
Talking about Power Evangelism, Apostle Dr. Dela Quampah mentioned that evangelists are endowed with the power gift to manifest the power in the word of God.
He asked the participants to spread the Word of restoration to the world for eternal life.
Apostle Isaac Tetteh Juddah, on his part, took the participants through a time of prayer and charged participants to go and exercise their gifts.
Report by Enyonam Adjorlolo Dormevenu, Ho.