Apostle Dr. Koduah Inspires Jospong Staff
The Teshie-Nungua Area Head of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Dr. Alfred Koduah, has urged staff of Jospong Group of Companies, and Christians at large to be grateful to God and express their appreciation in thanksgiving to Him always.
“If you wake up in the morning and you are able to prepare for work and take care of your family, and you fail to appreciate the fact that the Lord has done great things for you, it is not good,” Apostle Dr. Koduah said.
Apostle Dr. Koduah was speaking at the annual Thanksgiving Service of the Jospong Group of Companies on Tuesday, December 11, 2018, at the Group’s Head Office at Nmai Djorn, Ashalley Botwe, in Accra. It was on the theme, “The Lord has done great things for us,” taken from Psalm 126:3.
“The Lord has done great things for you, for your family and for your company,” he said.
He paid glowing tribute to the Jospong Group and the over 50 subsidiaries which employs over 40,000 people.
He said the grace of God has helped the Jospong Group over the years to survive political, social and economic challenges.
“The fact that you have been employed and get your salary at the end of every month should be enough for you to thank God. Workers are interested in analyzing complaints but in this season, we must express our appreciation to the Almighty God,” he added.
The Executive Chairman of the Jospong Group, Dr. Joseph Siaw Agyepong, expressed his gratitude to God for His goodness towards the company. He said the Jospong Group believes in God and has godliness as one of its main core values.
“We always meet during such seasons to reflect on the goodness of God throughout the year and offer praises and worship unto Him,” he said.
The annual thanksgiving service dates back to 1995. It is a period where the company takes time off to express its appreciation to God for His sustenance. This year’s event opened on Monday, December 10, with a sermon by Rev. Dr. Lawrence Tetteh, an international evangelist.
Rev. Dr Lawrence Tetteh entreated the staff to trust God for a change in their lives. He also urged them to forgive people who have offended them and look up to Jesus who heals and changes lives.
Report by Isabella Gyau Orhin