The Great Commission Movement of Ghana (GCMG), a Christian organisation that aims to spread the gospel and make disciples of all nations, has donated some evangelism equipment to The Church of Pentecost (CoP), one of the largest Pentecostal churches in Ghana.
The donation was made on Thursday, December 7, 2023, at the CoP headquarters in Accra.
The equipment included a projector with a microphone that can reach over 3,000 people, a table for the projector, a generator, a backpack with a projector and a battery inside, a tablet with a speaker and a solar panel that can reach up to 10 people. The equipment is meant to be used for film evangelim and one-on-one evangelism on the field.
The delegation from GCMG was led by Evangelist Kumah Doe, the Director of the organisation.
He expressed his appreciation to the CoP for the partnership and the impact they have made together in advancing the kingdom of God.
He said they have worked with the CoP over the years, especially with the Youth Ministry, and have witnessed the fruits of their collaboration.
He cited the example of the first donation of equipment that GCMG made to the CoP in 2021, which resulted in over 3,464 souls won and over 30 local assemblies opened.
The General Secretary of the CoP, Apostle Samuel Gyau Obuobi, who received the donation behalf of the Church, thanked the GCMG for the visit and the generous gesture.
He said he was grateful to God for the partnership and the progress they have made in fulfilling the Great Commission. He commended the GCMG for upgrading their technology and enhancing their evangelistic methods.
He affirmed the CoP’s commitment to evangelism and discipleship, which are the core of their vision of possessing the nations.
He said he believed the donation would go a long way to help the evangelistic work of the Church and lead to more souls being won to the glory of God.
He assured the GCMG of the CoP’s cooperation and support in strategising to make sure the kingdom of God is well established.
The ceremony was attended by other officials from both organisations, including Apostle Amos Jimmy Markin (Evangelism Director of the CoP), Pastor Emmanuel Appah (Finance and Administration Director of the CoP HQ), Apostle Ebenezer Hagan (Youth Ministry Director of the CoP), Pastor Dr. Felix Dela Klutse (Media Ministry of the CoP HQ), Pastor Alexander Nyame (Coordinator of MPWDs), Pastor Kwasi Asante Annor (Pent TV Manager), Deaconess Angela Peasah (Board Chairman of the GCM), Elder Samuel Addo Mantey (Human Resource Manager for the CoP HQ), Deaconess Comfort Attah (Executive Assistant of the GCM) and others.