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Maase District Retires 4 Officers

The Maase District in the Old Tafo Area of The Church of Pentecost has organised a retirement service for four officers, including an elder and three deaconesses who have meritoriously served the Church in various capacities.

Officiated by Apostle Isaac Kwasi Amoako (rtd) on behalf of the Area Head, Apostle Daniel Yeboah Nsaful, with assistance from the District Minister, Pastor Francis Kweku Anank, the service, which took place on Sunday, April 28, 2024, at the Maase Central Assembly auditorium attracted a high turnout.

The retirees, Elder Christian Agyekum served for 24 years, and Deaconesses Rose Wireko, Leticia Asare as well as Ataa Rose who also served for 34, 26 and 24 years respectively, were each presented with a citation, certificate of service, and an undisclosed amount of cash in recognition of their invaluable and committed services to God and the Church.

Speaking at the event on the topic: “We are Unworthy Servants,” based on Luke 17:7-10, Apostle I. K Amoako (rtd) emphasised the importance of officers understanding their calling as a grace from God and serving in all capacities to build Cod’s Church.

He drew comparisons between the workers of God in the Old Testament and the present grace-filled era, urging the congregation to approach their service with humility and see themselves as unworthy servants entrusted with God’s work. By embracing this mindset, he said, Christinas can fulfill their divine purpose and bring glory to God.

Apostle I. K Amoako commended the retirees for service to God and encouraged young officers to serve with dedication and commitment, reminding them that there is always a reward for a faithful service.

The retirees acknowledged God and the Church for the opportunity to serve and the befitting retirement service held in their honour.

Present at the service were Pastor Emmanuel Otu-Djan (Pankrono District Minister and Area Secretary), Mrs. Theresa Anank (Wife of the District Minister), Pastor Owusu Aboagye (rtd), among others.

Report by Emmanuel Nana Nsiah & Dennis Owusu

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