The Assistant Registrar at Pentecost School of Theology and Missions (PSTM) of Pentecost University (PU), Pastor Johnny Lartey Peprah, has donated laptops to 15 ministerial students of the institution.
According to him, the Lord laid on his heart to purchase laptops for the students who did not have some for their studies. He advised the ministerial students to use the laptops effectively to support their studies.
Pastor Peprah donated the laptops recently at the just-ended Commencement Retreat for students and faculty members of the Pentecost School of Theology and Missions at the Gomoa Fetteh campus.
Speaking on the topic, “Sacrificial Giving and Tithing: Jehovah Jireh,” Pastor Peprah called on believers to quickly obey God’s word just as Abraham did, saying, “God’s work done in God’s way will never lack God’s provision.”
Reflecting on divine sacrifices in the Bible, Pastor Peprah said that Christians have been called to inherit the kingdom of God. He added that the significance of sacrifices is to transfer an asset from physical to spiritual, transform an asset from earthly to the divine, make the secular sacred (sanctification), establish covenant relationships, multiply assets by divine action, and invocate divine interventions.
Report by PSTM Media Team.