The Dormabin District of The Church of Pentecost, through its Schools Outreach Ministry (SOM), has donated an LCD projector worth GH¢1,800.00 to the Dormabin Junior High School.
The device was presented to the school authorities during a short ceremony held at the school premises.
According to the District Minister, Pastor Henry Haywood, the Church is determined to play its part in solving the numerous challenges facing various educational institutions within its jurisdiction.
He was confident that the engagements with the educational institutions would also provide the Church with an opportunity to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with staff and students and lead them to the saving knowledge of Christ.
Explaining the rationale for the donation, Pastor Haywood shared that after visiting the school a few months ago, he noticed that a large class had gathered for an ICT lesson with only one small laptop used by the teacher, which only benefited those in the front row.
The leadership of the Church, therefore, agreed to meet this need of the school by procuring a projector for them.
He exhorted the gathering from Jeremiah 29:7, which admonishes believers “to seek the peace and the prosperity of the land to which you dwell.”
The Domabin District Pastor also encouraged the students to take their studies seriously to reach higher heights.
The headmaster, teachers, and students expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the Church for the kind gesture.
Present at the event were members of the Dormabin District Executive Committee, School Management Committee [SMC], Parents Teachers Association (PTA) Executive Committee members, and other opinion leaders.
Report by Ben Baidoo.