HUM Coordinator Embarks On Working Visit To Winneba Area web

HUM Coordinator Embarks On Working Visit To Winneba Area

The Home and Urban Missions (HUM) Coordinator of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Emmanuel Agyei Kwafo, conducted a two-day working visit to the Winneba Area, meeting with the Apam zone on Thursday, June 20, 2024, at McKeown Temple, Apam.

During his address to church officers and HUM workers, Apostle Kwafo drew from John 3:16–17, urging the audience to replace the word “world” with any of the HUM target groups. This exercise aimed to highlight God’s universal love and Jesus’ mission for all, including marginalized groups such as prostitutes and “wee” smokers.

Apostle Kwafo emphasised that the gospel is intended for everyone, and each soul requires a unique approach to be reached effectively.

He noted that while traditional methods have drawn in certain groups, we must tailor our methods to their unique contexts to win specific target groups.

He stressed that preachers accepted by specific groups would also have their messages received.

Apostle Kwafo elaborated on HUM’s mission to reach foreign nationals, African migrants, northerners in the south, unreached people groups (including Fulani, Mamprusi, Kotokoli, and Anafu), as well as the urban poor and marginalised, such as street children and “wee” smokers.

To run HUM successfully, Apostle Kwafo called for strong leadership at all levels. He emphasised the importance of planning, organising, and disciplining converts, as well as maintaining thorough reporting.

Additionally, he suggested organising training sessions for leaders every two months, preparing annual plans, holding mid-year and end-of-year meetings, and promoting HUM paraphernalia like T-shirts for gospel Sunday meetings.

The Area Head for Winneba, Apostle Daniel Nii Tetteh Tackie, also reiterated the importance of reaching out to the HUM target groups. He noted that Jesus Christ was crucified on the outskirts of Jerusalem, where the marginalized were kept, and encouraged everyone to put in their maximum efforts, as evangelism is God’s heartbeat.

Present at the meeting were Pastors Emmanuel Foster Asamoah (National HUM Executive Committee Member and District Minister for Abasraba), Michael Awuni (Area Secretary and District Minister for Mumford), Bismark Aidan (Apam District), Overseer Daniel Adu (Area HUM Coordinator and District Minister for Gomoa Kyiren), and some ministers’ wives.

Report by HUM Media Team

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