New Tafo Area Holds Financial Seminar For Church Leaders

The New Tafo Area of The Church of Pentecost has organised a financial seminar for all church leaders within the Area to educate them on the financial policies of the church.

The seminar, which took place on Sunday, October 30, 2022, at the Ebenezer Assembly in the Buokrom Estate District, was attended by District Ministers, District Financial Chairmen, Presiding Elders and Local Financial Secretaries.

Addressing the participants, the Area Head, Prophet Samuel Tetteh Doku, using 1 Corinthians 4:1-2 as a Bible Reference, called on the leaders to be faithful and transparent in all transactions as expected of them as stewards of God, charging, “Commit yourselves to the work of God and put in much effort to ensure the growth of the Church, especially the New Tafo Area.”

He entreated the District Ministers, especially those who were transferred recently into the Area to ensure to be signatories to the bank accounts of the various local assemblies within their districts.

The New Tafo Area Head also encouraged the participants to learn to do good to others since it carries great blessings.

The Area Accountant, Elder Akwasi Acheampong, took the participants through the new financial policies of The Church of Pentecost and urged them to diligently apply the policies to effectively handle the day-to-day financial duties of the church. 

On his part, the Area Deacon, Elder Dr. Stephen Sarfo Kantanka, revealed the constitution of the tithes of the church as directed by the policies. 

He, therefore, urged the Presiding Elders to educate their members on the need to pay tithes and its attendant benefits and blessings.

Participants then took turns to ask questions relevant to the financial growth of the church with some getting clarifications to thought-provoking issues encountered in their leadership.

As part of the seminar, the aggressive evangelism for the month of November was also launched with a charge to win souls for Christ Jesus.

Report by Emmanuel Nana Nsiah

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