The Koforidua Area Head of The Church of Pentecost and Executive Council Member of the church, Apostle Mike Kwame Etrue, has inaugurated the Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC), Akropong, in the Koforidua Area.
The colourful event, which took place on August 31, also marked the welcome service of the first Resident Minister, Pastor Alex Kojo Adjani and his wife Elsie.
Speaking at the service on the topic, “Building on Christ the Solid Rock” – 1 Peter 2:5-10, Pastor Emmanuel Kofi Ahinkan (Rtd) said that there are many waves that are causing several people to put their trust in things other than Jesus Christ, the solid rock. But for believers, he said, grace has found them.
He indicated that believers are now valuable assets such that Christ builds his church with them.
He explained that rock is a solid, strong and protective object in its physical nature, saying, “Christ being a solid rock means protection, securing and enduring.”
He charged Christians to rise since Jesus Christ is the church’s foundation.
Present at the inauguration were ministers and their wives in the Koforidua Area, including the Area Secretary, Pastor Musah Yahaya. Also present were Elder Emmanuel and Mrs Deaconess Dr Gertrude Yirenkyi Antwi, who donated four-and-a-half plots of land to the church for the construction of the PIWC-Akropong auditorium, students from PENSA Upper Volta Sector and members of the church.
Report by PIWC-Akropong Media Team.