The Pentecost Men’s Ministry (PEMEM) of Pentecost International Worship Centre, Takoradi (PIWC-Takoradi), as part of the “Possessing the Nations” agenda of The Church of Pentecost, during the Easter holidays embarked on a visit to the Ankaful Psychiatric Hospital in the Central Region.
As part of the visit, the ministry sponsored the painting of the Dr. Kwaw Armah Arloo Outpatient Department (OPD) complex at the hospital.
In addition to this, the ministry donated some food and sanitary items such as cooking oil, toilet rolls, washing powder, soaps, detergents, rice, soda drinks, biscuits, loaves of bread, chicken, and bottled water, to the facility.
Presenting the items on behalf of the ministry, Pastor Daniel Okyei Boakye, Resident Minister for PIWC-Takoradi, indicated that just as Jesus remembered humanity through His death, burial and resurrection by atoning for their sins, the church has remembered the patients too.
“As followers of Jesus Christ, we cease every opportunity to remember the good deeds of Jesus and practically imitate Him by caring for the needy and less privileged as He would also do if He was to be here,” he added.
Elder Stephen Kwabena Acheampong, the District PEMEM Leader, thanked the management of the hospital for their collaboration and support.
The Deputy Director of the hospital, Mr. Bismark Tuffour, and the Protocol Officer, Madam Kate Quarshie, on behalf of management, thanked PIWC-Takoradi PEMEM for their timely intervention through the presentation of the items and the repainting of the OPD of the facility, which they consider very timely, and an act of generosity shown to the hospital.
Report by Pastor Ernest Perbi-Asare, Takoradi Area Media Pastor.