The Ho Area Pentecost Men’s Ministry (PEMEM) of The Church of Pentecost is embarking on commercial farming in the church’s quest to contribute to boosting food security in Ghana.
Work began on the 10-acre land earmarked for the project on March 21, 2020.
Speaking at the site, the Area PEMEM Leader, Overseer Michael Arthur, read from 1 Corinthians 6:15a, 19-20, and explained that God has bought and redeemed Christians unto Himself.
“God is asking us to worship Him with our bodies and one of the numerous ways of worshiping God is our act of service to Him,” he said, adding, “Joining hands to clear this land is also an act of worship unto God.”
In a short address to the technical team, the Area Head, Apostle Moses Ahiakor, stated: “God needs our skills, zeal, and expertise in the possessing the nations’ agenda.”
He urged them to serve God with their acquired agronomical and technical skills.
Report by Overseer Felix Brakatu.