PIWC-Michel Camp Embarks On Special Outreach web

PIWC-Michel Camp Embarks On Special Outreach

The Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC), Michel Camp, organized a special outreach where they fed and evangelised to 500 people in orphanages, police cells, ghettos, and slums.

Shedding more light on the evangelistic outreach which took place on April 1, 2024, the Resident Minister, Pastor Lt. Franklin Kumi Lartey, said the activity was dubbed the “Matthew 25 Project,” drawing inspiration from Matthew 25:35-36.

The objective of the project, according to him, was to provide a hot meal to our brothers and sisters in orphanages, slums, police cells, and ghettos while sharing the word of God with them.

Members of the church donated various sums of money and items such as drinks, bottled water, clothes, rice, and cooking oil, totaling GHS 22,000.00, to make the project a reality.

On the Easter Monday holiday, members of PIWC spent the day sharing the gospel and distributing food to four ghettos around Kakasunanka no. 1 and Saki High Tension. Three police cells at Afienya and Community 25 were visited, and two orphanages were also included. Squatters in certain parts of Saki and Afienya Mobole were also ministered to.

Forty people gave their lives to Christ, with some availing themselves to be baptized, and others decided to join the Centre for fellowship.

To God be the glory.

Report by PIWC Michel Camp Evangelism Coordinating Team

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