Teshie-Nungua Area 2022 Apostolisation Ends

Teshie-Nungua Area 2022 Apostolisation Ends

The Teshie-Nungua Area of The Church of Pentecost annual All Officers’ Retreat dubbed “Apostolisation” has ended at the Fred Safo Memorial Temple, Nungua. It was attended by over 1,200 officers and lay leaders from the 26 districts of the Area.

This year’s programme was under the theme, “Equipping the Church as an Army to Possess the Nations.” The meetings which started on Tuesday, February 8, 2022, ended on Friday, February 11, 2022.
Welcoming participants to the meetings, the Area Head for Teshie-Nungua, Apostle Wilberforce Nkrumah-Agyeman, urged the officers and lay leaders to commit themselves to the teachings and training at the meetings in order to equip themselves to take care of the flock in their respective districts and local assemblies.

He said that leaders should be filled with the Holy Spirit to be able to handle the spiritual needs of the members. “Our members should not be combing one area to another looking for spiritual solutions when we are on fire for the Lord. We only need to avail ourselves and the Lord will use us mightily to support our church members and to promote the Kingdom business,” he said.

He added: “As church leaders, we must engage our members, visit them, give them the support they need and always preach the gospel to bring in new members.”

The event was addressed by various speakers such as Apostle David Tettey Tekper (Achimota Area Head), Elder Prof. Stephen Owusu Kwankye (Finance Board Chairman of The Church of Pentecost), and Apostle Michael M. Kopah (rtd).
Topics treated include: The Church as an Equipping Centre in carrying out the Great Commission; The Possessing the Nations Agenda; Mobilizing the Squads for Effective Impact in the World; Righteousness, the Authority of the Kingdom; The New Creation and the Possessing the Nations Agenda; The Power of the Gospel of Salvation, and The Ministry of Intercessory Prayers.”

Other topics were, “Equipping the Church to put on the Belt of Truth,” and “The Power of Faith in Possessing the Nations.”

There were workshops for minsters and their wives as well as morning meetings.

Report by Isabella Gyau Orhin.

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