Pupils of the Pentecost Preparatory School at Koforidua (PPS-Koforidua) took part in a Public Bible Reading exercise organised by the school to mark the Bible Awareness Week.
The exercise, which was held on February 5, 2020, during the school’s weekly Wednesday morning devotion session, saw the pupils taking turns to read portions of the Bible.
As part of the five-year strategic vision to influence every sphere of society with Kingdom values and principles dubbed “Vision 2023: Possessing the Nations,” The Church of Pentecost has set aside Monday 3rd to Sunday 9th of February to create awareness on the Bible as God’s holy word and the divine instructional manual for all people on the earth.
The Pentecost Preparatory School, Koforidua is one of the 90 basic schools established by The Church of Pentecost. It is run by the directorate of the Pentecost Social Services (PENTSOS) headed by Elder Richard Amaning.
Report by Martinson Yeboah