The Kpikpira District in the Bawku Area of The Church of Pentecost convened its maiden MPWDs Convention on Saturday, September 23, 2023.
This august assembly, under the leadership of Overseer Joseph Akuffo, stood as a living embodiment of the Church’s Vision 2023, dedicated to the transforming every sphere of society with the values of the kingdom of God.
Held under the theme “Jesus Saves,” the convention welcomed 375 attendees, among them were 92 individuals facing various degrees of impairments, from visual impairment to hearing, speech, and mental impairments.
Pastor Atta Adomako Gyamfi, the Garu District Minister delivered the exhortation on behalf of Pastor Eric Gyacham, the Bawku Area Head.
Pastor Atta Adomako’s words struck a deep chord with the audience as he underscored that Christ’s mission transcends all physical limitations, offering salvation to every soul.
He reminded all present of the boundless love of God, manifest in the gift of life and epitomised in the sacrifice of Jesus Christ.
To the glory of God 35 persons received Christ during the event among whom 10 were baptised in water.
Also, several others were miraculously healed. Prominent among them was Mary Koka, a 58 years old woman at Kpikpira Assembly who had been blind eye since 2016, but had her sight restored by the grace of God.
Ten steel wheelchairs, collectively valued at GHS 15,000.00, which were donated by a philanthropist from Accra, were generously donated to individuals in need to aid their movement.
Overseer Joseph Akuffo, the District minister, expressed deep gratitude to God and Pastor Eric Gyacham, the Bawku Area Head, for their unwavering support in orchestrating this lifetransforming convention.
He also extended heartfelt appreciation to the MPWDs Northern Sector, under the leadership of Overseer Joshua Korku Semador, for their invaluable support and encouragement.
Report by Kpipka District Media Team