Members of the Pentecost International Worship Centre in Nkawkaw (PIWC-Nkawkaw) participated in a mountain-climbing exercise, dubbed: “The Coconut Walk,” to observe Holy Saturday.
The Coconut Walk was a lively event that featured music and enthusiastic participants who were determined to make it to the peak of the mountain.
Despite the lethargic pace of the walk, members of the Church marched on, holding placards with gospel messages hoping to reach out to as many revellers as possible.
They also distributed PIWC-Nkawkaw flyers inviting them to join the Church for Sunday service.
The walk ended at the Obomeng Methodist School Park, where the participants engaged in aerobics and other cardiovascular activities, accompanied by music. They were then treated to a breakfast and refreshing coconut.
The event was a resounding success, as 47 people surrendered their lives to Christ during the altar call led by the Resident Minister, Pastor Benjamin Asare. Eleven of the recorded souls underwent water baptism, an indication of the impact of the event.
The Coconut Walk was, indeed, a great opportunity for members of PIWC-Nkawkaw to spread the gospel and win souls while also promoting healthy living.