In an effort to bolster their collaboration and explore avenues for cooperation, the General Secretary of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Samuel Gyau Obuobi, made a courtesy visit to the Executive Director of the Christian Health Association of Ghana (CHAG), Dr. Peter Kwame Yeboah, at his office in Accra yesterday.
The Church delegation, consisting of Pastor Felix Okyere Anti (Administrative Secretary to the General Secretary), Elder Frank Nsiah Adutwum (Operations Coordinator, PENTSOS), and Elder Alexander Kwame Nketsiah Frimpong (Health Coordinator, Pentecost Health Services), was warmly welcomed by Dr. Peter Kwame Yeboah and his deputy, Dr. James Duah.
Apostle Samuel Gyau Obuobi expressed The Church of Pentecost’s unwavering commitment to its vision of influencing every aspect of society with Kingdom principles and values, with a particular emphasis on providing high-quality healthcare not only to its members but to all citizens of Ghana.
According to the General Secretary, the meeting was convened in recognition of CHAG’s significant support to health facilities owned and managed by The Church of Pentecost through the Pentecost Social Services (PENTSOS), including the provision of personnel and technical expertise.
Apostle Obuobi emphasised the need for a strengthened relationship between the two organisations to contribute to the nation’s health sector and overall development. He urged both entities to collaborate and pool their resources for the betterment of not only their members but the entire nation.
In response, Mr. Yeboah congratulated Apostle Samuel Gyau Obuobi on his election to the high office of General Secretary at The Church of Pentecost. He expressed his gratitude for the historic meeting, marking the first official engagement between CHAG and The Church of Pentecost’s leadership.
Mr. Yeboah lauded The Church of Pentecost’s deliberate efforts to contribute to Ghana’s socio-economic development, particularly in the health sector.
He commended the Church for its substantial investments in health infrastructure, underscoring the vital role of healing ministry in evangelism.
During the meeting, potential collaboration opportunities were discussed, aiming for mutual benefit.
Mr. Yeboah urged the organisations to build on the progress achieved thus far and explore further avenues for enhanced partnership in the future.
The Christian Health Association of Ghana (CHAG) is an Implementing Partner, with Agency status, for the Ministry of Health.
The core mandate of CHAG is to promote the Healing Ministry of Jesus Christ, and to be a reliable partner in the health sector in providing the health needs of the people in Ghana.
CHAG also seeks to promote the growth, development, and sustainability of Church Health Services at all places especially in the hard-to-reach and the marginalised segments of the society through holistic health service provision and training.
The meeting between the two leaders signifies a pivotal moment in the ongoing relationship between The Church of Pentecost and CHAG, with both organisations committed to advancing healthcare and contributing to the overall well-being of the nation.