The maiden edition of the Christmas Convention of the Ministry to Persons with Disabilities (MPWDs) has been successfully held in the Ashanti and Western North regions.
The three-day programme began on Thursday, December 7, and ended on Saturday, December 9, 2023.
Chairing the opening session was Apostle Yaw Agyei Kwarteng, the Kwadaso Area Head, who doubles as the Ashanti Regional Coordinating Committee (ARCC) Coordinator and an Executive Council Member of the Church.
In his sermon, Apostle Yaw Adjei-Kwarteng highlighted the importance of Christmas and the need to celebrate it to the glory of our Lord Jesus Christ.
He said the birth of Jesus is good news that reveals God to man. “Christmas reveals a God who resides in man,” he hinted.
The glorious event brought participants from 18 Areas in the Kumasi zone, numbering about 350.
All the Area Coordinators from these 18 Areas, and the Kwadaso Area pastorate and their wives were present at the event.
The glory and presence of God were highly felt as persons with disabilities praised and worshipped the Lord in splendor, demonstrating active involvement in all activities of the programme.
The Northern bloc of the MPWDs Christmas Convention was held at Pentecost Convention Centre (PCC), Kumasi, under the theme, “Jesus Christ; Our Hope for Maximum Impact.”
Report by MPWDs Northern Bloc Media Team.