WA AREA DEDICATES 13 PROJECTS (1)2

Wa Area Dedicates 13 Projects

The Wa Area of The Church of Pentecost has dedicated 13 projects. The dedication ceremonies, which took place separately from Tuesday, October 27, to Saturday, October 31, 2020, were officiated by the Wa Area Head, Apostle Daniel Nii Tetteh Tackie, assisted by the Area Pastorate.

The projects include nine (9) Community Based Church Buildings (CBCBs), two (2) Mission Houses, and two (2) mechanized boreholes.  

Delivering the sermon on the topic, “You Are the Glorious Temple of God To Possess The Nations,” based on Exodus 29:44, Revelations 21:3, and 1 Corinthians 3:16, Apostle Tackie stated: “God through His Spirit has made the believer’s body His dwelling place such that wherever the believer goes, God’s presence goes with him.”

He added: “In the Old Testament, God dwelt amongst His people in the temple made by human hands but in the new dispensation, God, through His Spirit, dwells in the believer, making the believer’s body His temple. With this knowledge, we must all endeavour to live holy lives by eschewing all forms of evil so we can possess the nations for Christ.”

The colourful service was well attended by members of the church and key stakeholders including chiefs, landlords, and Assemblymen in the beneficiary communities.

In a remark, the Chief of Dapouri lauded The Church of Pentecost for citing the project in his community and promised to support the church in any way possible. At Bulenga, the Bulenga Chief donated GH¢1,000.00 in support of the Bulenga Central Church building.

The dedicated CBCB projects were Loho Assembly of Wapani District, Kumbiehe Assembly (Kumbiehe District), Dapouri Assembly (Bamahu/Blue Hill District), Bulenga Central and Danyokura Assembly both of Bulenga District, Nanvilli Assembly (Nator District), Buli Assembly (Lassie Tuolo District), Lambussie Central Assembly in the newly created Lambussie District and Kalsagri Assembly of Lawra District. Also, the mission houses of newly created Sabuli and Lambussie districts which were carved out of Jirapa and Nandom districts respectively were dedicated.

Meanwhile, the foundation stones for the first-ever church building among the Chakali people (Gurumbelle Assembly) and the Bulenga mission house have been laid. The project is being funded by the Pentecost International Worship Centre, Dansoman through the Home and Urban Missions (HUM) of the Church.

The mechanised borehole projects commissioned by the Area Head at Babile and Eremon were funded by the Suhum Area and the Headquarters of the Church respectively through the Pentecost Social Services (PENTSOS) Directorate.

Fundings for the remaining projects were secured from the Headquarters with support from the Wa Area, District, Local, and individuals freewill offerings.

Report by Pastors Gordon Ansah & Nathaniel Adjei Okpoti.

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