The Tepa Area Head of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Daniel Frimpong-Manso, dedicated the official manse for the resident minister of the Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC), Ahafo Kenyasi, in the Tepa Area of the Church.
Apostle Frimpong-Manso was assisted by Pastor Michael Kofi Arthur, the PIWC-Ahafo Kenyasi Resident Minister. The dedication ceremony, held on June 25, 2023, brought together the Tepa Area pastorate, their wives, officers, and all members of the Worship Centre.
Delivering a sermon titled “Reposition to Advance the Mission of God” at the event with scripture references from 2 Kings 4:8-11, Hebrews 5:1, and 2 Timothy 2:20-21, the Anyinasuso District Minister, Pastor Samuel Yankey, were used to explain that God’s grand mission is to save mankind from sin.
Pastor Yankey stated that being set apart precedes being used by God and highlighted the importance of honouring, reverencing, and supporting the ministers God has given to us.
Apostle Frimpong-Manso encouraged the congregants to reposition themselves through their thinking if they were to have a maximum impact on their lives and societies.
Elder Adu Gyamfi Agyapong gave a brief history of the mission house, stating that the idea was conceived during a heads’ meeting in November 2020 when the Executive Council proposed the creation of PIWC-Ahafo Kenyasi.
The mission house, which consists of four bedrooms, including two master bedrooms, two additional bedrooms, a living room, a study room, a visitor’s washroom, a kitchen, and a store room, has become a reality.
Report by Tepa Area Media Team