The newly constructed Kotoso District Mission House of The Church of Pentecost was officially dedicated by Prophet Foster Aniakwaa, the Nkawkaw Area Head, on Wednesday, August 16, 2023.
The dedication ceremony, held at the Nazareth Assembly church auditorium, drew members of the district who could not hide their joy at the successful completion of the building, a project that spanned six months.
Speaking on the theme, “Expanding Your Divine and Physical Territory for Maximum Impact,” with scriptural references from 2 Kings 6:1-7 and Luke 5:1-9, Prophet Forster Aniakwaa advised believers not to relent but to seek growth and expansion in whatever has been entrusted into our care.
He encouraged believers not to be complacent but to actively pursue growth and expansion in their entrusted responsibilities.
He highlighted that the first Mission House in the Bible was the Garden of Eden, where God placed man. Unfortunately, due to the temptations of the flesh, the eyes, and pride, it was lost.
He further urged church leaders, especially ministers, to have a broad and ambitious perspective on ministry, focusing on multifaceted growth.
Prophet Aniakwaa emphasised that despite the challenges inherent in life and ministry, these challenges should not be viewed as dead-ends but rather as opportunities for progress and elevation. “Expansion should be the focus of every leader,” he stressed.
Constructed at a total cost of GHS 385,300.00, the four-bedroom Kotoso District Mission House has an office, hall, kitchen, store room, dining area and a garage.
Present at the event were the area pastorate and their wives, as well as Elder Isaac Agyapong (DCE Kwahu East), Elder D02 Ebenezer Sackitey (District Fire Commander, Kwahu East), Elder L.F. Bright Dankwah, some invited guests, officers and church members.
Report by Nkawkaw Area Media Team