The Kwadaso Area Head of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle John Budu Kobina Tawiah, on Sunday, October 24, 2021, launched the Area’s ‘Nation Possessors’ team, which is an offshoot of the Home and Urban Missions (HUM).
The Kwadaso Area ‘Nations Possessors’ team is made up of 53 men and women selected from the various districts in the area.
Apostle Tawiah encouraged the group to serve as ambassadors for the Church, HUM and the ‘Possessing the Nations’ agenda at all times.
He explained that the ‘Nation Possessors’ initiative has been introduced to augment the evangelistic efforts of the church towards the pursuance of the Great Commission and to rekindle the verve for intercessory prayers in the Church. He added that, among other things, the group is also tasked to pray for the Church and the realisation of the five-year strategic vision (Vision 2023).
On his part, Pastor Thomas Ayamboya, the Kumasi Sector HUM Minister, appealed for support for the activities of HUM and the ‘Nations Possessors’ initiative.
With the support of the Area HUM Coordinator, Pastor Enoch Eric Okrah, and other ministers present, the Area Head prayed for and officially commissioned the Kwadaso Area ‘Nations Possessors’ team.
Present at the event were officers and the leaders of the ‘Nation Possessors’ at the area and district levels.
Home and Urban Missions is a ministry of The Church of Pentecost which targets expatriates and migrants in towns and cities with the gospel of Christ. Other target groups of HUM are ghetto dwellers, prostitutes and minority groups.
Report by Kwadaso Area Media