The leadership of the Pentecost Men’s Ministry (PEMEM) has donated items worth over GHS 9000 to frontline personnel and COVId-19 patients receiving treatment at the Pentecost Convention Centre (PCC), Gomoa Fetteh.
The items presented include boxes of bottled water, toiletries, sanitary products, buckets, sponge and towels, etc.
The donation was made on May 22, 2020, when the PEMEM leadership joined health workers and patients for their routine morning devotion.
Speaking on the topic: Do Not Worry, the PEMEM Director, Apostle Emanuel Ofei Ankra Badu urged the patients not to be troubled but to believe in God and trust him for his healing.
Presenting the items on the ministry, the PEMEM National Secretary, Elder Stephen Djaba, expressed the ministry’s appreciation for the selfless service undertaken by the frontline personnel in the fight against the pandemic in the country.
He added that this gesture was in response to the humble appeal made by the medical personnel through the Manager of the Centre on some essential needs the patient needed for their upkeep during their stay at the facility.
Receiving the items on behalf of the patients, Dr Pupulampu, a member of the National COVID-19 Case Management Team, expressed profound gratitude to The Church of Pentecost for the daily prayer and word exhortations as well as the spiritual atmosphere created at the facility, which according to him, has contributed the speedy recoveries recorded.
He further thanked the leadership of the Men’s Ministry for the donation presented to them and called on other men’s fellowship groups, corporate institutions and para-churches to follow suit to augment the efforts of the government in battling this pandemic.
Prayers were offered for the patients and paramedics at the Pentecost Convention Centre for divine healing and protection, and also for the speedy recovery of all active COVID-19 cases worldwide.