Tarkwa Area Women’s Ministry Donates To Ghana Prisons Service

The Tarkwa Area Women’s Ministry of The Church of Pentecost has donated some essential items to the Ghana Prisons Service, Tarkwa.

Led by the Area Women’s Ministry Leader, Deaconess Mrs. Elizabeth Adjoa Tutua Gyan, along with her Area executive members and representatives from various local assemblies, the delegation carried out this benevolent gesture on behalf of the Area Head, Apostle Dr. Daniel Okyere Walker, and his wife, Mrs. Irene Odi Walker, as well as all the women within the Tarkwa Area on Saturday, 11th May 2024

Deaconess Mrs. Elizabeth shared that the inspiration behind this noble act stemmed from the teachings of compassion and kindness found in the Bible, particularly in Matthew 25:42-46.

With this motivation in mind, the Women’s Ministry donated a range of essential items, including 300 carefully packed hot meals, 30 packs of drinking water, two bundles of toilet rolls, and 110 Bibles, all totaling Ghc16,500.00

These items were chosen to assist in the rehabilitation process of the inmates, fulfilling a direct request from previous visitations by the ministry.

This act of generosity perfectly aligns with the main church’s theme for the year, “A People of God Unleashed to Transform their World.”

It exemplifies the church’s commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of others and fostering transformation within the community.

The donation was graciously received by Elder ADP Simon Kwaw Abofra, the commander of the Tarkwa Local Prisons, who is also a member of The Church of Pentecost at UMaT District.

He expressed heartfelt gratitude to the church for its instrumental and unwavering support in social intervention initiatives within the area, particularly at the Tarkwa Prisons.

Assisting the Tarkwa Prisons Commander in receiving the items was Overseer ASP. Joseph Apietu, who serves as the Chaplain of  Tarkwa Local Prisons within the Area and also serves as Resident Minister at Fanti Mines Worship Centre, and DSP Julius Destiny Kublenu, the Staff officer for the station.

Following the presentation of the donation, church members took the opportunity to offer prayers and words of encouragement to many of the inmates, sharing the transformative message of the Word of God. Eleven souls were won for Christ in the process and baptism arrangements has been made for all.

Report by Tarkwa Area Media

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