The Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC) – Atomic in Accra, led by Apostle Tony Mensah, has donated massively to Internal Missions Areas of The Church of Pentecost.
The donation comprised 21 bags of men’s clothing, 27 bags of women’s clothing, 12 bags of children’s clothing, five bags of shoes for adults and children, four motorcycles, and one tricycle.
The beneficiaries include the Kintampo Area (1 Motorcycle), Afram Plains Area (1 Motorbike and an amount of GHS 100,000), Anyinasu District in the Mampong Area (1 Motorbike), Bunjai District in Tamale Area, and Kakease District in Sawla Area (1 Motorbike).
In an interview with PENTECOST NEWS, Apostle Tony Mensah, the Resident Minister of PIWC Atomic, explained that the donation was prompted by his apostolisation visit to the Afram Plains, where he identified some needs of the Church in the Area.
“As part of our support to missions, in collaboration with Bompata District, we intend to assist a district in the Afram Plains in constructing a police station and a District Police Headquarters building,” he stated.
Apostle Emmanuel Agyemang Bekoe, the International Missions Director, expressed his excitement and gratitude for the donation made by PIWC Atomic. He acknowledged the significant impact the items would have on the lives of the beneficiaries.
“The missions enterprise of the Church is advancing, and your donation will greatly contribute to its success. We appreciate God and assure you that the items will be distributed accordingly,” he noted.
He encouraged other members of the Church to emulate the generous gesture demonstrated by PIWC Atomic.
The PIWC Atomic delegation included Elder Matthew Kojo Nkansah (District Missions Committee Chairman), Elder Kwasi Appiagyei, Deacon Kojo Adjabeng, and Brother Ato Ankrah.