PENSA-UEWK Members Sign Up As Social Media Ambassadors 

Members of the Kumasi Campus of the University of Education Winneba (UEWK) branch of Pentecost Students and Associates (PENSA) have signed up in their numbers to champion the aims and objectives of The Church of Pentecost Social Media Ambassadors (COPSMA).

This was occasioned by a presentation made by Elder Joseph Bill Danquah (President of COPSMA) and Elder Prince Kojo Asare (Media Ministry, COP-Headquarters) when they fellowshipped with the students yesterday.

Addressing the congregants, Elder Danquah emphasised the need for Christians to take over the social media space for Christ. He said that this necessitated the formation of COPSMA to help boost the Church’s presence on the various platforms and saturate the space with soul-edifying content.

“The Church of Pentecost possesses the unadulterated word of God, and these messages should be saturated on social media because that is where the numbers are,” he said

Elder Asare then introduced the students to the various social media platforms of the Church, and gave them a step-by-step guide on how to subscribe to the platforms.

He, therefore, urged them to subscribe to all the digital platforms of the Church, which according to him, could all be accessed with a single link:, and to encourage others to do the same.

“The first step of the COPSMA recruitment process is to subscribe to the various social media platforms. After all, you can not recommend or testify about a product to others if you have not tried it yourself,” he said.

To ensure a fruitful exercise, Pastor Isaac Donkor, the Travelling Secretary for the Kwadaso Sector, went out of his way to provide free internet access to the students.

Pastor Donkor also urged Christians not to sit on the fence but to be actively involved on social media to set the records straight, defend the faith and promote truth, especially since the media is awash with falsehoods.

The event ended with many students expressing their commitment to championing COPSMA’s vision of possessing the social media space for Christ.

The visit is part of a nationwide drive being undertaken by the leadership of COPSMA, under the auspices of the Media Ministry of the COP-Headquarters, to the PENSA branches on the various university campuses to introduce to the students the digital platforms of the Church, and to encourage them to support this new agenda.

The team has so far visited the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Takoradi Technical University (TTU), University of Education, Winneba (UEW). Pentecost University (PU) and, recently, the UEWK.


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