The Pentecost International Worship Centre, Goaso (PIWC Goaso), a ministry of The Church of Pentecost, recently organised a captivating gospel dinner night named “Besorah.”
The event, a brainchild of the Resident Minister, Pastor Eric Herbert Acheampong, was held in collaboration with the Area Evangelism Ministry and the Home and Urban Missions (HUM) to climax the National Evangelism Week-long activities.
The participants engaged in a series of activities, including a red carpet and photoshoot session, an interaction with a Lifestyle Coach, stand-up comedy, and a soul-stirring “Bless the Mic” musical session, accompanied by a delightful selection of Ghanaian, Nigerian, and continental dishes.
In an address, Pastor Acheampong said that the event aimed to foster strong fellowship among members, saying, “This occasion is specifically designed to reach out to backslidden members and foreign nationals residing in Goaso.”
Speaking on the topic, “Come and Dine”- (John 21:12 and Revelation 3:18), Pastor Acheampong said that after causing a miraculous bounty catch of fish, Jesus invited the disciples to share in a meal.
Pastor Acheampong underscored the significance of Jesus’ invitation, describing it as “a special and heartfelt appeal to enrich lives through Him.”
“Jesus is the Bread of Life, the only sustenance on which we can truly feast,” he pointed out.
The Resident Minister further explained that Jesus’ plea for the disciples to come and dine was a personal invitation extended to all, irrespective of social class, race, colour, or status. This shows that God’s invitation knows no discrimination and is open to everyone.
“By accepting Jesus’ invitation and opening their hearts, individuals establish a relationship with Him and partake in fellowship through shared meals,” he added.
He highlighted that those who respond to this invitation are guaranteed eternal life.
In light of the approaching end times, Pastor Acheampong called upon those yet to embrace Christ as their Lord and personal Saviour to consider doing so. He emphasised the urgency of the matter.
The impactful ‘Besorah Dinner Night’ led to the salvation of nine souls, including commercial sex workers, and the rededication of other backsliders to Christ.
Report by PIWC Goaso Media Team.