26Jul

Pastor & Mrs Day: Celebrating 31 Years In Full-Time Ministry

Dominic Dadson Day, affectionately called D. D. Day, was born on 9th April, 1954 at Kpando, to Mr. M. G. K. Day (late) and Mrs. Lucy Ama Donkor, both of Kpando in the Volta Region. He is the third of the nine children of his parents.

D. Day began elementary school at Kpando and completed same at D.G.A. L/A Middle School where he obtained the Middle School Leaving Certificate in 1970. He studied at the Training School of the Ghana Cocoa Marketing Board (Quality Control Department) at SekondiTakoradi, where he obtained a Diploma in Cocoa Science in 1978.

D. Day worked with the Ghana Cocoa Marketing Board as Divisional Head from 1979 to 1988 at Sunyani in the Brong Ahafo Region.

He was baptized in water in June 1980 by Apostle Patrick Asiamah (now of blessed memory) at Sunyani.

He met and married Vida Dede Sown (now Mrs. Vida Day). Their wedding was officiated by Prophet S. K. Osei (late) who was then the District Pastor at Sunyani in 1982. Their marriage is blessed with a female, Josephine, and a male, McMike

In 1988, D. D. Day, then an Elder, was called into the full-time ministry of the Church. He attended a one-year ministerial training at the Pentecost Bible Training Centre at Accra-Madina, from 1988 to 1989.

Pastor Dadson Day responded to the call into the full-time ministry of the Church in 1988 and was stationed at Anloga District from 1988 till 1993. He later served at Nkwanta (1993 – 1999), Santa Maria (1999 – 2005), Agormanya (2005 – 2008), and Nkurakan (2008-2013).

Despite his one-year sick leave to recuperate from an ailment, his passion and desire for the work of God did not dwindle. As a result, upon his return, he was assigned to take over the administration of the then newly-created Mayera District in the Achimota Area of the Church in 2014.

By the grace of God, Pastor Dominic Dadson and Mrs. Vida Day will retire from full-time ministry on Sunday, July 28, 2019. May God’s name be praised.

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