Missions Board Begins 2024 Meetings

The Missions Board of The Church of Pentecost has begun its end-of-year Missions Board Meetings, which is taking place from February 20 to 21, 2024, at the Pentecost Missions Transit Quarters in East Legon.

The meetings are to review the achievements and challenges of the church’s missions work in 2023 and plan for the future.

The Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, who opened the meetings with an exhortation, praised the Missions Director and the board members for their wise counsel and guidance that enabled the church to achieve such remarkable results.

He urged them to continue to have a vision for nations, not just churches, and to reach out to the people with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

He also challenged the church to be a ‘seeing’ ministry, not just a ‘hearing’ one, and to demonstrate the power of God through signs and wonders.

He said that the church should bring great joy to the broken cities and transform them with love and grace.

He stressed on the importance of unleashing the potential of every believer, regardless of their age, education, or status, and equipping them for the Great Commission.

He concluded by advising Church leaders to include children in the unleashing agenda, who are also agents of transformation.

The meeting is being attended by the General Secretary of the Church, Apostle Samuel Gyau Obuobi, the International Missions Director, Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang Bekoe, Apostle Larri Banimpo (Executive Council Member / National Head for Togo), Apostle James Raj (Executive Council Member / National Head, India), Apostle Miezou Amalanon K. Ernest (President, CoP La Cote D’Ivoire), and Apostle Dr. Lord Elorm Donkor (National Head, CoP UK).

Also present were Pastor George Prah (Member, Missions Board), Elder Dr. Lawyer Ken Aboah (Member, Missions Board), Pastor Emmanuel Appah (Finance and Administration Director, CoP), Elder Prof. Owusu Korankye (Finance Board Chairman) and others.


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