The Sawla Area Women’s Ministry of The Church of Pentecost has made separate donations to three health facilities in the Savannah Region of Ghana, namely, the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba Hospital, Evergreen Clinic, and Ajira Clinic.
The donation, which included toiletries, soft drinks, and clinical thermometers, was made on April 10, 2023, by a women’s delegation led by Mrs. Rosemond Amankwaah (Wife of the Sawla Area Head) and Deaconess Angelina Nwinebe (Area Women’s Ministry Leader).
The consumables and some toiletries were donated to the patients, while the thermometers and other items were presented to the facilities.
According to Mrs. Amankwaa, the visit aimed to share the love of Christ with the sick, pray for their speedy recovery, and assure them of Christ’s love even in their illness.
She emphasised that ministering to the sick is a Christian mandate critical to Christ and the Church’s “Possessing the Nations” agenda.
The team visited and prayed for patients and officials in every ward of the facilities. They also took the opportunity to evangelise to them, resulting in three individuals surrendering their lives to Christ.
The management of the facilities was overwhelmed by the Church’s great show of love, particularly the Women’s Ministry.
The Administrator of the Sawla-Tuna-Kaba Hospital expressed gratitude to The Church of Pentecost, stating that the Church has been very supportive since the hospital’s inception and encouraged them to continue their good work.
Report by Jones Dwomoh Amankwah (Sawla Area Media Team)