TNCACI Leadership Engages In Fruitful Discussions With The Church Of Pentecost web

TNCACI Leadership Engages In Fruitful Discussions With The Church Of Pentecost

A three-member delegation from The New Covenant Apostolic Church International (TNCACI), led by its Chairman, Apostle Emmanuel Elikplim Kwame Amemaxa, paid a courtesy call on the General Secretary of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Samuel Gyau Obuobi, yesterday [March 7, 2024].

The delegation, which comprised Rev. Dr. Godwin Yao Amemakalor (General Secretary) and Apostle Dr. John Mensah Anku (International Missions Director), was warmly received by Apostle Samuel Gyau Obuobi at his office in the Church’s headquarters at La in Accra.

Apostle Emmanuel Amemaxa conveyed the purpose of the visit, emphasising the desire to fortify the existing relations between both ecclesiastical bodies and to glean insights from The Church of Pentecost, recognised as a leader in the ecumenical community.

Expressing gratitude for the courtesy call, Apostle Gyau Obuobi expressed sincere gratitude for their thoughtful visit and seized the opportunity to underscore the paramount importance of unity and collaboration in advancing the Kingdom’s work

He said that in recent years, The Church of Pentecost has been pursuing the Possessing the Nations agenda, which aims to transform every sphere of life with the values and principles of the Kingdom of God.

Apostle Gyau Obuobi stressed that this requires a collective effort, as no single denomination possesses the resources to achieve this ambitious vision.

He, therefore, welcomed other church organisations to join hands in ensuring the realisation of this transformative vision.

During the meeting, the leaders engaged in discussions on various areas of mutual interest, further fostering a spirit of unity and cooperation.

Both parties expressed optimism about the potential for strengthened collaboration, mutual learning, and shared endeavours to contribute to the broader mission of advancing the principles of faith and community service.


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