The Church of Pentecost Now In Sáo Tomē and Principe

In line with the agenda of The Church of Pentecost to possess the nations for Christ, the Pentecost Students and Associates International (PENSA International), a ministry of the Church, has carried out ground-breaking missions trip to Sáo Tomē and Principe, an island country in Central Africa located on the Equator in the Gulf of Guinea.

The mission enterprise, dubbed “I Will Go” (IWiG) Missions mobilisation project, was held in collaboration with the Church’s International Missions Directorate from October 19 to 30, 2022 and yielded a total of 105 souls to the glory of God.

A delegation of 15 young men and women from four nations (Ghana, Angola, Equatorial Guinea and Mozambique) enlisted for the IWiG missions project and took part in the missions trip to the Central African country.

Ahead of the mission trip, the young missionaries, comprising 15 young men and women from four nations (namely Ghana, Angola, Equatorial Guinea and Mozambique), devoted themselves to prayer, fasting and the preaching of the word of God.

They studied interpersonal relationships, the power of relationships, handling conflict and cultural integration, biblical bases for missions, the culture of missions, etc., to equip them for missions work. The topics were handled by Apostle Emmanuel Agyei Kwafo, Pastor Frank Tandoh, Pastor Shadrack Addo Annan, Pastor Lt. Franklin Kumi Lartey, Pastor Johnny Peprah, Pro./Overseer Dr. Patrick Adonoo and Deacon Steven Owusu.

Out of the souls won during the period, ten were baptised in water and six received Holy Spirit baptism.

Persons interested in joining the PENSA International IWiG Missions team can register at

Report by PENSA International Media Team

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