The Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, has challenged ministers of the Church to seek a deeper understanding of the underlying purpose for the church’s five-year strategic vision (Vision 2028) in order to own it and ensure its successful implementation.
He explained that a complete understanding and appreciation of the vision will help them (ministers) to fully support, own and find the best ways to communicate to the officers and members of the church in the quest to unleash them in possessing the nations.
Apostle Nyamekye gave the charge at the opening of the 3rd Global Ministers and Wives’ Conference (GMWC’24), which is currently underway at the Pentecost Convention Centre (PCC) at Gomoa Fetteh near Kasoa.
The five-day conference, which will also have virtual participation of ministers of the church from 150 nations across the globe, will discuss Vision 2028. It is under the theme “Possessing the Nations (Phase II): Unleashing the whole church to transform their world with kingdom values and principles of the kingdom of God”. The discussion aims to propel their understanding and zeal for some new interventions, which are expected to be pursued as part of the unleashing agenda of the church.
“I pray that these discussions will stir up within us a renewed zeal to push for the transformation of every sphere of society with the values and principles of the Kingdom of God”, Apostle Nyamekye reiterated, adding that “we should, therefore, not consider this conference as business as usual. Instead, let us open up to the Lord for more of Him”.
The Chairman used the opportunity to express his appreciation to the ministers, all officers and members of the church for their support and commitment towards the success and completion of Vision 2023.
“Vision makes a man. A life without a vision is like a ship without a rudder. Strong commitment, determination and passion are derived from understanding. The vision is for the whole church, and until it reaches them, this vision cannot be effective. Think of them and how they’ll grasp them”. Apostle Nyamekye stated.