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PIWC-Ablekuma Donates To Missions

The Pentecost International Worship Centre (PWC) in the Anyaa-Ablekuma Area of The Church of Pentecost has demonstrated exceptional generosity by donating essential items worth GHȼ27,000.00 to support two internal mission districts in the Kintampo Area of the Church.

The donation, which includes rechargeable speakers, speaker horns, bicycles, plastic chairs, and clothing items, aims to enhance the Church’s outreach efforts and improve the lives of the local community in the Zabrama and Ntankoro Districts of the Kintampo Area.

The Resident Minister, Pastor Abraham Nimako Boateng, encouraged the congregation to support missionaries who selflessly dedicate their lives to the propagation of the gospel and had personally made requests for such support from PIWC Ablekuma some months ago.

A team of seven, comprising Elders Stephen Saka, Samuel Tetteh Nartey, Alexander Kwame Frimpong, Richard Ackom, Daniel Waka, and two members (Perpetual Ofori Boateng and Gloria Kofitse), embarked on a thrilling 2-day trip to the Kintampo Area on August 4–5, 2023, to present the items.

The team’s first stop was at Zabrama District, manned by the District Minister, Overseer Enoch Bosompeh-Frimpong, who, with great excitement, received four rechargeable speakers (HV-255) with two cordless mics each at a total cost of GHS 9,600, 10 bicycles worth GHS 5,800, 3 pairs of Marksonic mega horns worth GHS 2,250, and 8 jumbo jute sacks of clothing items. The District Minister was full of gratitude and promised to make effective use of the items to win more souls for Christ.

Also, the team donated 100 plastic chairs with metallic legs worth GHȼ8,500 to the Kwabena Num Assembly of Ntankoro District. The District minister and his wife, Pastor Samuel Katakyie-Ware, received the items on behalf of the Assembly, and they were equally grateful for the gesture.

Pastor Abraham Nimako Boateng of PIWC-Ablekuma expressed gratitude to the congregation for their unwavering support and commitment to missions.

He emphasized that such acts of kindness are at the core of the Christian faith and reflect the true essence of the mission of the Church of Pentecost.

Report by Anyaa-Ablekuma Area Media Team

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